The Mortal Instruments has finally released the picture you have been waiting for: Magnus Bane!
Magnus is definitely a fan favorite, and he is played by Godfrey Gao. Magnus is the High Warlock of Brooklyn and the product of a powerful demon and human mother. He is described as having jet black hair, yellow-green eyes and is 800 years old. Magnus is one of the few characters that appears in both The Mortal Instruments series and The Infernal Devices series. Magnus plays a vital role in City of Bones because he has knowledge about Clary and what has happened to her. Magnus also stirs the pot when it comes to Alec and his love life.
Be sure to follow @MortalMovie all week long for the latest releases, and be sure to use the hashtag #SharetheMortalLove when talking about images on twitter. What image do you think we will get for Valentine’s Day? Maybe Valnetine, or perhaps a Clary/Jace romance image?
The first book in The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones introduces us to Clary Fray and the Shadowhunter world. Lily Collins is set to play Clary, while Jamie Campbell Bower is set to play Jace. Joining them in the Shadowhunter world will be Robert Sheehan, Jemima West, Kevin Zegers, and Godfrey Gao. The screenplay has been written by I. Marlene King, the script writer for Pretty Little Liars, and Jessica Postigo. The film is set for release on August 23, 2013.
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