Today, July 27, is the birthday of author Cassandra Clare! Cassie turns 42 today. We wish here the best of luck and the happiest of birthdays!
We have our first look at the cast of Shadowhunters in full costume in a new promotional picture! Check out the full image here.
In addition, lots of behind-the-scenes activities, including Q&A sessions on Twitter and training for the show, has been going on. The cast and crew are sharing a lot of tidbits on Twitter and Instagram. Check out a round-up here.
We recently heard from Cassie Clare that she met members of the Lightwood family on her visit to the set of Shadowhunters. She revealed on her Tumblr that actress Nicola Correia Damude will be portraying Alec, Isabelle and Max’s mother, Maryse.
So excited to be joining the cast of Shadowhunters as Maryse Lightwood! Thanks for the amazing welcome Shadowhunter Family! #Shadowhunters
— Nicola CorreiaDamude (@NicolaNCD) July 16, 2015
Welcome to the Shadowhunters family, Nicola!
First – apologies for the absence! We had a technical issue with the site which is resolved now.
Now onto the good stuff! Author Cassandra Clare visited the set of Shadowhunters a couple of days ago. Naturally, she shared a ton of pictures and information on her social media.
Apart from the obvious – that the cast is super nice and very involved with the fans – Cassie also shared that Maryse, Robert and Max Lightwood, along with Maureen, are in the first season. We might be meeting Max on the sidelines in Episode 5.
A round-up of the pictures are now in the gallery here.
Can I just squee over how cute Dom and Kat, Alberto and Emaraude AND Harry and Matthew are?!
The official website for Shadowhunters has released exclusive first photos of the Silent Brothers in the show! The picture exhibits Brother Jeremiah, who’s obviously pretty important.
Check out the full pictures in the gallery here.
The show’s Silent Brothers look very similar to the ones in the City of Bones movie, who were impressive, and one of the things that I really liked about it! Have a look at it below: