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Casting News Vampire Academy

So it’s not really a surprise that this has been picked up and is in pre-production, (though not because I think it’s good, to be honest I haven’t read the books).

This film is going to be called Vampire Academy: Blood Sisters. Here is the cast list as it stands according to IMDb.

Rose Hathaway will be played by Zoey Deutch

Zoey Deutch

Lissa Dragomir will be played by Lucy Fry

Lucy-Fry

Dimitri Belikov will be played by Danila Kozlovsky

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Mortal Instruments Casting News

So continuing the Cassandra Clare theme from yesterday, I thought I’d put together some casting info for the upcoming City of Bones movie. It is listed on imdb as Mortal Instruments but the initial treatment poster does say City of Bones,

Keep your eye on both those titles if you are interested in following the progress of the film. There is a City of Bones website and imdb is a great source for movie news.

So here is your cast so far:

Lily Collins is Clary Fray

Jamie Campbell Bower is Jace Wayland

Jemima West is Isabelle Lightwood

Robert Sheehan is Simon

Catching Fire Casting News

The role of Plutarch Heavensbee has been cast. The wonderfully talented Phillip Seymour Hoffman has been confirmed.

You can read about it here.

Also there are plenty of rumours surrounding the second Hunger Games film so here are a couple. Remember these are rumours therefore not actual cast members as of yet.

Hunter Parrish as Finnick Odair.

Jenna Malone as Johanna Mason.

The Mortal Instruments Casting News

The Twitterverse has been buzzing for a while now about the casting of this series by Cassandra Clare and now it has been announced that the role of Jace Wayland will be played by Jamie Campbell Bower. His is a face that will be familiar to fans of both the Harry Potter films and the Twilight films. He will be playing opposite Lily Collins who has been cast as Clary Fray.

Read more here

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