“I’m not really focusing on this “inevitable” stardom that people seem to be talking about. I am not in this industry to be famous. I’m doing it because I like to perform and act and to be different people. I’m just happy to be working in general.”
Cassandra Clare recently shared that she had signed about 2,000 first editions of City of Heavenly Fire for Barnes and Noble and you can now pre-order your signed copy of the last The Mortal Instruments book!
In addition to Cassie’s signature, these copies
will also be stamped with a rune stamp, and some of them — totally randomly — have [Cassie’s] sketch of Church in them.Pre-order your…
The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones took home several honors during the Canadian Screen Awards gala on Sunday.
There's this common perception that having a famous last name is all you need. A surname may get you a meeting, but if there's no talent you won't get the part.