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Fans of Cassandra Clare's "The Mortal Instruments" series will agree that casting for the "City of Bones" movie has been one hellaciously long process. Consider this: The first actor announcement came down nearly two years ago.
However, as the spiffy new official movie website for "The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones" now shows, there are very few spaces left open on the casting roster. In fact, this week "The Tudors" star Jonathan Rhys Meyers might've nabbed the biggest opening left (he's reportedly in talks to star as Valentine Morgenstern, the brainy and sadistic arch-villain of the series). Get More »
We'd buy Jonathan Rhys Meyers as a half-angel. Probably a full-angel, too.
The "Tudors" star is spreading his wings as he's in talks to join the cast of "The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones," according to Heat Vision.
"City of Bones," based on the first novel in the Young Adult fantasy series by Cassandra Clare, introduces us to our heroine, Clary Fray (Lily Collins), a young woman who discovers she's the descendant of the secret society of Shadowhunters, half-angel warriors who protect the world from demons. Get More »
Is there anything sexier than a spy? We shouldn't dig a person who lies for a living as much as we do, but we just can't help it. It's the specialized skills, the crisp wardrobes, the high IQs and the ability to blend in, adapt and fight at a moment's notice. Oh, and there's the whole master/mistress of seduction thing. No one seems to be able to show a girl (or guy!) a good time like a secret agent!
Naturally, we're jealous of Reese Witherspoon's spy-on-spy action in "This Means War." Not only is she juggling Chris Pine and Tom Hardy (when we'd be happy with just one of them), but they're both badass CIA operatives, which guarantees every date is more exciting than if either were accountants.
To console ourselves, we've put together a gallery of 15 of the CIA's sexiest spooks. We don't care if they would have to kill us afterward – we'd happily go undercover with any one of them.
Zombies are big these days, which may explain why Hollywood is already exhuming some of its recently deceased franchises for another shuffle through this mortal coil.
Now, fresh on the heels of news that Alice Eve was passed over for the reanimated "X-Men" franchise prequel "X-Men: First Class," we hear that Eve may be up for a role in another comic book revival, "Fantastic Four." Get More »