As a sort of celebration of City of Heavenly Fire coming out (and the audiobook coming out — I think you guys will love the narrators) Simon&Schuster decided to re-record City of Bones (with the corrections that have been added over the years — Simon having one sister instead of two, for instance!) — with the lovely Mae Whitman as the narrator.
Arrow returns from its short hiatus tomorrow with the first of five all-new episodes to wrap up the show’s sophomore season.
DC All Access went behind-the-scenes of Arrow where they talked with stars Stephen Amell, David Ramsey, Emily Bett Rickards and Caity Lotz, learned some moves from stunt coordinator James “Bam Bam” Bamford and debuted an exclusive clip from “The Man Under the Hood,” which features The Flash characters Caitlin Snow and Cisco Ramon.
Not long after their wedding, Kenna and Bash are settling into their new lives as a married couple. Kenna complains about the lack of lighting and a decent mirror as she gets ready for the day. Bash tells her they will have her things brought to his rooms, but she gestures around and wonders where they will put everything.
Kenna could not stay in her rooms because she is now married, but she regrets it because Bash is just a bastard and has no land or money. He does now have a title, but the Lord of Horse and Hunt is a made up one by the king.
As they argue, Bash tells Kenna that he is not happy about their arrangement either because Kenna is notorious for being Henry’s mistress. He doesn’t want to listen to anything she has to say, so she admits that she only cares about herself but knows Bash only cares about Mary. He doesn’t deny it, and although Kenna says she isn’t jealous she knows that kind of love will only harm them. (Continue Reading…)
The Originals returns from its three-week hiatus tonight with an all-new episode and Nathan Parsons (Jackson) is talking about all things Haylijah and that grudge between the wolves and vampires with TV Guide.
TV Guide Magazine: Jackson’s kumbaya campaign can’t go over well, can it?
Parsons: [Laughs] Well, Hayley gets pissed off and Elijah is very suspicious. Trying to broker peace with this bunch is a dangerous proposition! The grudge between the wolves and the vamps has gone on so long there’s too much baggage, too much emotion and the wounds are still fresh. It’s clouding everyone’s judgment. But Jackson is all about the protection and safety of the pack. He is a smart, level-headed guy who wants the wolves to move back into their city. He wants them all to come home. I think there’s something so poignant and sad and romantic about the werewolves. They must live and die like humans while the vampires go on for centuries.
TV Guide Magazine: Will Jackson come between Hayley and Elijah? Sure looks that way.
Parsons: We’ll see! Hayley is a werewolf but she has no idea what that really means because she didn’t grow up with the pack. She does not understand the traditions, and those traditions are very important to Jackson, so who knows if they could ever be together? She walks the line between the wolves and the vampires and both factions want her. As for Elijah, he’s a pretty formidable opponent for Jackson but you’ll start to see that the two guys are surprisingly similar. They both bear the responsibility of tending to a really messed-up family, and they share the pain and agony that goes with that.
Shine On Media caught up with Teen Wolf‘s Dylan O’Brien (Stiles) and Arden Cho (Kira) on the red carpet at the MTV Movie Awards this past Sunday. Check out the video to get their thoughts on the Movie Awards and Teen Wolf season 4!