by (@katespencer)

From Nick Hoult To Max Irons, 13 Actors We Think Are Headed For The A-List In 2013

From Emma Stone and Carey Mulligan to Jennifer Lawrence, Kristen Stewart and Rooney Mara, there’s an ever-expanding group of women on the cusp of adulthood who have already landed firmly on the big screen’s A-list. And while we’re all about girl power, we’ve been wondering: Where the heck are their male contemporaries? Surely the next generation of Ben Afflecks and Bradley Coopers are out there, just waiting to be mentioned on a list like this! Look no further, friends — we’ve got our eye on 13 future big-screen big deals, and have rounded them up for your analysis below.  Some, like Robert Sheehan, Nick Hoult and Max Irons are part of the YA book-to-movie phenomenon. Others, like Michael B. Jordan and Miles Teller, are recent Sundance darlings. While their roles may be vastly different, they’re bonded by incredible talent (and, you know, their good looks don’t hurt anything either).

Check out their deets below so you can say you knew them when.

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by (@shalapitcher)

The Mortal Instruments Shoot Heats Up, But Stars Still Have Time For Fans

Rob Sheehan, Lily Collins and Jamie Campbell Bower

As much as we’re pleased to see every single glimpse we can of The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones movie shoot — coffee shop Java Jones has come to life! Clary runs through the streets, probably after getting her mom’s frantic phone call! Jace wears a hoodie! Simon looks confused and sweet in his huge glasses! — we’re even more thrilled to hear reports about how the fans are being treated in Toronto. Judging by the tweets, Tumblrs and reports on TMISource.com from the lucky Canadians stalking the set, Rob Sheehan (Simon), Lily Collins (Clary) and Jamie Campbell Bower (Jace) have been smiling and waving at them for the past three days, and Lily and Rob have stopped many times to sign copies of their books. The movie’s publicist has let them photograph the shoot a bunch (though at times they asked them to wait until later to pub them), and the screenwriter even paused to chat. This is all welcome news for a fandom that’s been used to being in touch with author Cassandra Clare practically 24/7 as she simultaneously tweets and writes.

In other TMI news, it was announced early this morning that German star Elyas M’Barek was cast as a “vampire lieutenant” in the movie, though definitely not New York vampire leader Raphael, and Harry Van Gorkum will play werewolf Alaric.

Here’s our gloriously growing gallery of set pics, courtesy of both pros and fans:

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[Photos: Tumblr, Twitter, Splash News Online]

by (@shalapitcher)

Jamie Campbell Bower, Lily Collins Are Shadowhunter Fierce On Set Of The Mortal Instruments

Lily Collins, Jamie Campbell Bower shoot The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones

Part of me is demon green with jealousy right now as I check out pictures from day one on the set of The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones. If they were shooting where the movie takes place, I would be playing hookie and watching Lily Collins and Jamie Campbell Bower blocks away from my own home in Park Slope, Brooklyn. But yeah, I get it, New York is expensive to shoot in, so I guess most of the time, Toronto will be stepping in for the role of my — and Simon Lewis and Clary Fray’s — ‘hood. I will instead be very happy for the fans up north who are getting glimpses of Bower, sporting his brand new Shadowhunter runes (those tattoos on his chest, for the uninitiated), Collins with her newly died red tresses, Robert Sheehan being generally adorable and Simon-like, and Jemima West (Isabelle) and Kevin Zegers (Alec) looking appropriately done up in black leather..

One fan with the Twitter handle @Shadowhunting has been sharing her pics from the set. Between her efforts and those of the paparazzi on set — who are earning some fierce scowls from Lily and Jamie — I almost feel like I’m there. I am so not a good enough fan to remember what those runes on Jace’s chest are for, so if anyone knows, please fill me in. I am a good enough fan, though, that I’m refreshing my photo sites every five minutes to see if there are any other hints about which scenes they’re shooting first. The cafe, maybe? Their encounter with Madame Dorothea/Abbadon?

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The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones isn’t due in theaters until August 2013, so those of you who have no idea why I’m so excited, you have plenty of time to catch up on Cassandra Clare’s utterly addictive books.

[Photos: Splash News Online]

by (@hallekiefer)

Robert Sheehan Is Your New Vampire Boyfriend In Mortal Instruments

You probably had no idea you had room in your heart for another gorgeous vampire best friend/crush after Edward Cullen. Unless of course you’ve read Cassandra Clare‘s Mortal Instruments series, in which case you are already half in love with Simon Lewis, the adorable undead Brooklyn nerdlinger who’s besties with protagonist Clary Fray. Fortunately, as of today you have a face to put on those semi-embarrassing fantasies, as Clare has just announced that actor Robert Sheehan has been cast in the film version of the first tome City of Bones, alongside Lily Collins‘ Clary and Jamie Campbell Bower‘s Jace Wayland. Oh…and did we mention Simon also plays the bass? We know. It’s, like, ridiculous.

“So remember when I said we wouldn’t have a Simon till July for Reasons?,” the author posted on her Tumblr today. “The Reasons were that the actors up for Simon had to test with Jamie and Lily in Toronto to see how the chemistry worked. When I talked to Jamie and Lily yesterday it was about who we thought was the absolute best, the most Simon-y Simon, and fortunately we all agreed.” Brits and anyone who likes good things probably already know Sheehan as Nathan from Misfits. “He’s totally cute and adorable and HILARIOUS, and his chemistry with Lily and Jamie is off the charts,” adds Clare. “I’ve wanted him for Simon for ages so I am pretty much totally and entirely happy.” So are we. We needed some fresh inspiration for all those supernatural daydreams we have. And this fan fiction isn’t going to write itself! Except in the stories we write about fan fiction!

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