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Category: Mortal Insruments

Even though the final book in The Mortal Instruments series is yet to be released, it seems that author Cassandra Clare is keen to keep writing about the shadow hunters.

After City of Heavenly Fire is released May 27, Clare will be working on three series simultaneously: The Dark Artifices (the sequel to The Mortal Instruments), The Last Hours (the sequel to prequel series Infernal Devices), and Magisterium (a pentology she is co-authoring with Holly Black, set outside the Shadowhunter World.)

Hypable has given us a list of titles and rough release dates:

- Magisterium 1: The Iron Trial (September 2014)

- TDA 1: Lady Midnight (2015)

- Magisterium 2 (Late 2015)

- TDA 2: Prince of Shadows (2016)

- TLH 1 (late 2016/early 2017) – Clare said she plans to release this and Prince of Shadows “quite close together,” but her publisher said it does not expect this until 2017.

- Magisterium 3 (2017)

- TLH 2 (2018)

- Magisterium 4 (2018)

- TDA 3: The Queen of Air and Darkness (2019)

- Magisterium 5 (2019)

- TLH 3 (2020)

Clare also revealed last week that the fifth (and allegedly last) Shadowhunter series will be titled The Wicked Powers. The title comes from a children’s poem in the Shadowhunter universe, “And bronze to summon wicked powers.” The poem was released as a snippet from the upcoming City of Heavenly Fire. The series will be set three years after The Dark Artifices, and will be focused on two of the younger Blackthorns (a Shadowhunter family to be introduced in TDA). If the above schedule holds, The Wicked Powers could start getting published in 2020.

Date: April 7th | Category: Articles, Authors, Mortal Insruments
View Comments // View All Comments (0) | Posted by Katherine


The Canadian Screen Awards were held over the weekend and whilst they may not attract as much international attention as other recent awards just yet (they were first held in 2013), it great to see some recognition for great movies that are otherwise left behind.

The Mortal Instruments: City Of Bones, won awards in Make-Up, Overall Sound, Sound Editing and Visual Effects. The fantasy adventure, directed by Harald Zwart, concerns a teenage girl (Lily Collins) who discovers she’s a Shadowhunter, a half-angel destined to protect the world from demons and vampires.

The film also won the Cineplex Golden Reel, an award presented to the Canadian film that earns the highest domestic box office in that year. The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones grossed over $5.2 million in Canada in 2013; this is producer Don Carmody’s eighth Cineplex Golden Reel Award.

As yet it is unclear if the next book in the series will hit the big screen but as soon as we know, we’ll let you know!

Date: March 12th | Category: Awards, Mortal Insruments, Movie
View Comments // View All Comments (0) | Posted by Katherine


Adapting a book is hard work. Adapting a book which already has a massive fan base is close to impossible – adapting it well anyway. Young adult novels from the Harry Potter and Twilight franchise seemed to adapt well overall, though many fans took issue with some of the changes to the story, casting decisions or directorial approaches. Then last year, the first film from Cassandra Clare’s The Mortal Instruments series, The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones, was released under the direction of Harald Zwart.

The DVD, released at the end of the month, has an impressive selection of bonus features which cater to the fans who so enjoyed the novel, by paying close attention to the adaptation process and includes interviews with the cast and Clare herself. So what was their take on being part of such a popular story?

The-Mortal-Instruments-City-of-Bones-Image-01Clare says that Lily Collins was very good at capturing Clary’s strength and vulnerability. She also commented that she looks like her, is small and delicate like her but can also punch and fight. Lily Collins says she felt the pressure, having been a fan of the books before being cast as the heroine but it was clearly a challenge she relished taking on.

Jamie Campbell Bower, Clare adds, was so good that he made Collins even better and vice versa. She notes that as soon as he was cast, many fans said that he just didn’t look right but they could only see still pictures. ‘They’re not seeing the character in motion,’ Clare insists. ‘There’s no one person that’s gonna satisfy everybody’s mental image of what the hottest guy in the world is!’

‘I wanted Robbie from the beginning! . . . It’s not often that you can be that young and be that great with comic timing.’ – Cassandra Clare on casting Robert Sheehan as Simon

Bower notes that even Clare appreciates that this is an adaptation, explaining that ‘we have an hour and a half to show people a book that you couldn’t read in an hour and a half so we have to condence it.’ He is clearly happy to be involved in the project, adding that ‘we’re very proud to be here bringing her book to life.’

On the casting of Robert Sheehan as Simon, Clare was very enthusiastic! ‘I wanted Robbie from the beginning!’ she explains. ‘It’s not often that you can be that young and be that great with comic timing.’ She was delighted when, after exhaustive auditions, the director agreed with her choice.

Clare also spoke very highly of Kevin Zegers who plays Alec, explaining that a lot of people came in to play him and just played him angry. Zegers, she says, added a level of vulnerability that really makes you feel for him.


Date: January 20th | Category: Articles, Mortal Insruments, Movie
View Comments // View All Comments (0) | Posted by Katherine

The cover for the 6th and final novel in the Mortal Instruments series has been released.


The cover shows Clary holding a sword while Sebastian stands in the background with black wings. City of Lost Souls left us with several questions and our main characters fighting to keep their world in one piece. Magnus and Alec have broken up, and Clary and Jace are on uncertain terms given everything that have happened to them.

The synopsis for the novel reads:


I am coming.

Darkness returns to the Shadowhunter world. As their society falls apart around them, Clary, Jace, Simon and their friends must band together to fight the greatest evil the Nephilim have ever faced: Clary’s own brother. Nothing in the world can defeat him — must they journey to another world to find the chance? Lives will be lost, love sacrificed, and the whole world changed in the sixth and last installment of the Mortal Instruments series!

The book is due for release on 27th May, 2014.

Date: January 16th | Category: Authors, Mortal Insruments, Novels
View Comments // View All Comments (0) | Posted by Katherine
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