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Lily Collins talks adaptation process, seeing rough cut of ‘CITY OF BONES’ with Collider

City of Bones Panel

Collider caught up with Lily Collins (Clary) at WonderCon on March 30 to talk all things Mortal Instruments: City of Bones.

Among the things discussed included her take on the adaptation process, her being a fan of the books and her thoughts on the rough cut of the film that she’s seen.

WATCH THE VIDEO AT COLLIDER

Lily Collins Time Index:

  • 0:25 – Lily Collins reveals what she would like to buy at WonderCon’s exhibition hall.
  • 1:10 – Collins talks about things she learned during the production of The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones and what advice she wishes she had known at the outset.
  • 2:05 – Collins comments on being a fan of the books the film is based on and her initial expectations for the level of action and stuntwork for her character in the film.
  • 3:15 – Collins has seen a rough cut of the film and talks about her reaction to it.
  • 3:55 – Regarding director Harald Zwart, Collins talks about his collaborative style of directing and editing.
  • 5:00 – Collins speaks to the adaptation process from book to film and reveals which scenes she’s happy to see in the film.
  • 6:00 – Collins talks about her opinion on how she looks for fan feedback on the films she’s involved in.
  • 6:45 – Collins reveals her next project Love, Rosie and offers a few details on her character.
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1 Comment on Lily Collins talks adaptation process, seeing rough cut of ‘CITY OF BONES’ with Collider

  1. teamedwardjace // April 7, 2013 at 7:29 PM // Reply

    such a great interview! and i’m looking forward to love rosie too! i think lily will be great!

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