Day 3 of Cassandra Clare’s Set Diary from The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones #TMIMovie

Teen.com has partnered with Screen Gems to bring fans of The Mortal Instruments an exclusive behind-the-scenes look at the first movie, City of Bones, in the form of diary entries written by author Cassandra Clare while on set in Toronto.

Teen.com has now released Day Three:

Day Three: Wednesday

I’m in Video Village. Jemima, hair as yet undyed, comes over to show off her Marks.

I discover that all meals served on a movie set are “lunch.” Even if it’s two in the morning, it’s lunch. I eat lunch with Madame Dorothea. She is on her way to being a bit demony, so she has huge talons on her fingers. She is however a beautiful and classy lady. I feel guilty about her eventual fate.

There is not a lot funnier than watching a whole bunch of Silent Brothers who have their mouths stitched shut try to eat. They all end up consuming their “lunch” out of boxes with straws.

Later Robert [Kulzer] shows me the “greenhouse scene” on his iPad. I can’t hear the dialogue, but it looks beautiful. Robert says, “I am a producer, which means my heart is cold and dead, so if I find this romantic and affecting it must be great.” Fair enough.

Shooting goes really late. Hartley, who is the line producer, is caught sneaking hot chocolate to fans lurking outside the studio. Apparently Hartley is a veteran of many films and used to shooing people away, but the TMI fans are so adorable that so far he has given them food and they’ve even had bracelets made for the set visitors. Below is Kevin [Zegers] holding one (it says THE MORTAL INSTRUMENTS, 2O12):

“Hartley has been compromised,” says Robert. “The fans are just too cute.”

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