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The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones (12-Aug-2013)

Director: Harald Zwart

Writer: Jessica Postigo

From novel by: Cassandra Clare

Keywords: Action/Adventure

Film adaptation of the first entry in the Mortal Instruments book series follows a young woman as she discovers a chilling secret about her existence and gears up for her perilous new life.

Clary Fray, a seemingly ordinary teenager living in modern-day New York City, is informed of her existence as the latest descendant in a line of individuals known as "Shadowhunters" -- half-angel warriors tasked with battling demons to protect Earth's mortals -- following the mysterious disappearance of her mother. From there, Clary must venture into a hellish underworld version of her hometown known as Downworld with her fellow Shadowhunters, thrust into a new existence where she is expected to fight an array of dangerous creatures in order to uphold humanity's continued existence and her family's ancient legacy.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Lily Collins
18-Mar-1989   Mirror Mirror
Kevin Durand
14-Jan-1974   Joshua on Dark Angel
Jared Harris
24-Aug-1961   I Shot Andy Warhol
Lena Headey
3-Oct-1973   The Remains of the Day
CCH Pounder
25-Dec-1952   Claudette on The Shield
Jonathan Rhys-Meyers
27-Jul-1977   Velvet Goldmine
Aidan Turner
19-Jun-1983   John Mitchell on Being Human
Kevin Zegers
19-Sep-1984   Air Bud


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