Two new images from The Mortal Instruments have been released. Check out the Magnus character poster and a new photo of Simon.
Hello, High Warlock of Brooklyn! Magnus Bane is definitely a fan favorite and Godfrey Gao certainly doesn’t disappoint. For Gao, this is his first American film, and while talking to MTV, he said he felt the pressure. “There’s actually a really big pressure because I know there are a lot of fans out there, and everyone loves Magnus Bane, and I love Magnus Bane,” he said. “So I just wanted to play a sort of cool-looking Magnus Bane, but I also wanted to bring out the flamboyant side. The party side of Magnus Bane, so hopefully everybody can enjoy what I bring to you on screen.”
Magnus’ poster states that he is an instrument of chaos. What do you think that means, and will there be more instruments of chaos? Do you think there will be more types of instruments?
Robert Sheehan is definitely Simon! The image above is clearly from the time he spends at the institute with Clary and the other shadowhunters.
The Mortal Instruments: City Of Bones releases on August 23. What are you most looking forward to seeing?
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