19.07

Olá, Shadowhunters!! Aposto que todos vocês estão ansiosos por mais nomes do elenco (Campanha Tia Cassie fale quem será Alec), mas por enquanto aos poucos nossa diva do mal   querida Cassandra Clare, nos fala mais dos detalhes das audições. E se você estava preocupado com Jimon, não precisa mais porque Cassie afirma que Robbie e Jamie possuem uma química incrível!

Afinal não foi a toa que ele foi escalado para ser o Simon, pois Sheehan surpreendeu na audição com sua química instantânea tanto com Bower quanto com Lily Collins, nossa Clary, e aqui está o que ela disse na semana passada:

Quando falei com Jamie e Lily ontem era sobre quem nós pensamos que era o melhor absoluto, o Simon dos Simons, e felizmente estamos todos de acordo.

Ele é muito fofo e adorável e HILÁRIO, e sua química com Lily e Jamie é absurda. Eu o queria como Simon há séculos então eu estou totalmente e completamente feliz.

Em uma sessão de autógrafos em Rhinebeck na semana passada, Clare contou para uma multidão de cerca de 200 fãs sobre uma trollagem brincadeira que Robert  fez com Jamie. Clare levou para o Tumblr para compartilhar detalhes:

Eu disse que eu estava guardando isso para um dia chato! Vejo que já é a hora.

Cassandra Clare declarou em um evento em Rhinebeck que a química entre Robert e Jamie era grande, e que eles se conheciam há algum tempo.

Aparentemente os caras estão juntos em “termos de zoação”.

Depois que Jamie foi escalado como Jace, Robert chamou Jamie e lhe disse que ele tinha planejado uma audição para o papel. Isto resultou em um agente de Jamie chamando o agente de Robert e foi tudo “Que porra é essa que está acontecendo com você e seu cliente? Meu cliente teve o papel e agora o Robert fala que tem uma audição para o papel? “.

Rapazes! Claro o Robert não fez audição para  ser Jace.

Se é isso que acontece na vida real, eu não posso esperar para ver a química no filme!

Rsrs, amei e os agentes que se ferraram coitados,rsrs! Tô doida pra ver esses dois nas telonas!!

FONTE

 

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  1. AnaM disse:

    omg, muito jimon esses dois! auhsuahuhsuhas mal posso esperar 😛

    1. Harun disse:

      Wow. What a gorgeous ltooaicn. I love the bouquets. The colours are beautiful. They look like they had a wonderful day and now have your amazing photos to remember it by. xx

  2. Cah disse:

    Amei o Robert em Misfits e em Cherrybomb. Sou apaixonada pelo ator. Porém estou tão acostumada com ele fazendo papéis “grosseiros” que é um desafio imaginar ele como o fofo (e sarcástico) Simon. Mas estou ansiosa!

    P.S.: O Jamie tem uma testa absurdamente grande! E mais, parece que ele usa aplique, haha. Estranho.

    1. Tha disse:

      Dawn Wenger – Ali,I love the pictures you took of the girls!!!! I am very imperssed and you do a great job!!! Hopefully I will be introduced to you properly. The girls think your very nice. Your very tallented!! Thank you again for taking the time to take these wonderful picture.Thank you and have a great evening!Dawn

    2. Jakson disse:

      . He was asked, e2€œif someone asks us what Buddhists beleive in, what should we say?e2€9d He answered, e2€œSay that we beleive in our own experience.e2€9dThate2€™s pretty much been my guide. I beleive in my own experience in preference to what anyone tells me, be they a scientific or a spiritual authority. (Not that Ie2€™m not capable of self-delusion. We all are. But it seems to me that in non-trivial matters, we have to wait for our own experience to reveal our self-deception to us. It does no good for someone else to say, e2€œYoue2€™re wronge2€9d when it comes to the things that matter most to us – such as faith. People have to be ready to hear and see for themselves that they are wrong.)I am equally skeptical of the claims of religion and of science to explain everything. Of course, only a fool would reject scientific method as an analytical tool. Thate2€™s not what I mean. On the other hand, science does not have the answers to everything, because not every question has yet been asked – perhaps including some of the most important ones.Heree2€™s one example. Ite2€™s a story I tell my own students to illustrate the point that the mind is not identical with the brain. (Neither is the mind different from the brain, but thate2€™s another argument.)My son lost his cell phone, and his mother and I were were very worried about it. The next day he would be traveling back to boarding school, and without his cell phone, he would have no way to keep in touch with us en route.That day, we happened to visit our friend S. I could tell you, based on my own experience of S, that she is clairvoyant, but let the facts speak for themselves. On hearing that our sone2€™s cell phone was missing, she thought for a moment, then told him, e2€œIte2€™s in a pocket. Ite2€™s slipped down into a narrow space.e2€9d I asked, e2€œLike between the cushions of a couch?e2€9d She said, e2€œSort of, but thate2€™s not exactly what I had in mind.e2€9dYou can guess the rest. My son eventually found his cell phone in the pocket of a pair of jeans that had slid down between his bed and the wall.Mind you, S had never been to our house. She had met our son only a few times, and did not know his habits regarding his clothing or other belongings. She had no way of knowing even that the side of his bed was flush to the wall, or any other details. Neither could she have colluded with my son to hide and then find his cell phone in some pre-arranged manner. But she was right.I can think of only two explanations for this. Either S guessed where the cell phone was by sheer luck, or she somehow knew where it was by means other than direct sensory perception. The first alternative requires belief in an almost monstrously improbable coincidence. The second explanation is the simpler, and I beleive the true one. (It also conforms better with my experience of S, which is that she is indeed clairvoyant.)Is there any existing scientific theory that can explain this? No. Does that mean it didne2€™t happen? Not at all. My wife, my son, and I were all witnesses to it. I am not fool enough to beleive that if science cannot explain a phenomenon, therefore that phenomenon cannot exist. That would be insulting my own experience, as well as my own intelligence.Please note that I do not offer this story as proof of anything beyond itself. It just happens to be the most clear-cut instance of clairvoyance I know of. It, and many similar experiences, have convinced me that S is indeed clairvoyant. The corollary to this is that therefore, clairvoyance must be possible.This is what my own experience and reason tell me. There is no reason for you to beleive it. I could be a liar. Or the thing could have been managed by some trickery I could not detect and cannot imagine. But I am satisfied that my own explanation, i.e., clairvoyance, is the simplest and most straightforward. Thate2€™s my working hypothesis, until something that makes more sense comes along.I repeat, I do not offer this incident as proof of anything except that it happened. I have no idea of the underlying principles or mechanisms. Nor do I conclude from it that God, angels, or other supernatural beings exist (although the existence of such beings is one possible explanation of how it happened). I am repeating it here simply to point out that science has not yet explained everything, and that it is a fallacy to beleive that just because science has not explained something, that something must not – indeed cannot – exist. That belief is contradicted by experience – mine, anyway.By the way, my own experience also tells me that people will always look for guidance to those they beleive have superior wisdom. And some people do have superior wisdom. But the test of a genuine teacher is that they refuse to take advantage of otherse2€™ faith in them for their own gain or gratification.Thate2€™s a tough test. You might say ite2€™s impossible, since power corrupts, and absolute power corrupts absolutely. Still, my experience has been that such teachers do exist. I have had the good fortune to meet more than one such.Tibetan Buddhism has a simple test for whether a teacher is worth following: (1) do they practice what they themselves teach? and (2) do they have compassion? If the answers are yes and yes, they may be considered trustworthy.You may argue that e2€œspirituale2€9d teachers are unnecessary, and furthermore, that they invariably will deceive their followers, wittingly or unwittingly. However, I think it is beyond question that the holders of certain e2€œspirituale2€9d traditions have valuable knowledge to impart. In many cases, such knowledge has been passed down from teacher to student for generations.For example, Buddhist mindfulness practice has been found by Western psychologists to be therapeutic in a number of ways. Cognitive-behavioral therapists are starting to teach it to their patients routinely. Also, the Dalai Lamae2€™s monks (who must be extraordinarily patient) have been wired to monitors of various kinds. Meditation on compassion, for instance, has been shown to alter the structure of the brain itself. (And yes, a cause-effect relationship has been shown. The longer youe2€™ve been doing the meditation, the greater the change.)You may then argue, e2€œIf these techniques have been proven useful, then why not remove them from their e2€™spirituale2€™ context? Why not divest them of all the religious claptrap, and just adopt what works?e2€9d The answer, of course, is that you can indeed do that. The psychologists I mentioned have done that very thing.However, there is a fundamental difference in motivation. If you want to meditate in order to learn how to relax, then that is the greatest result you can expect. But if you want to meditate in order to cultivate insight in ways than can transform your life, then a greater commitment is called for. In such a case, I done2€™t think you can successfully separate the teachings from the tradition that carries them.You see, the techniques exist in a context of accumulated knowledge and instruction (wisdom, if you like) that is a large part of their effectiveness. I done2€™t think they are easily separable. In other words, ite2€™s a package deal.Finally, I done2€™t think ite2€™s necessary, in the name of reason, to devalue all e2€œspirituale2€9d traditions and teachers. There are a lot of charlatans out there, certainly. But they are imitating something that really exists.Ie2€™ve seen people grow and mature in very beneficial ways as a result of finding and learning from a genuine teacher. The important thing is, at no stage in one’s relationship with such a teacher should one surrender onee2€™s critical intelligence. If a teacher asks you to do so – to take things on faith, in other words – be very, very skeptical.

  3. Nathália disse:

    O Jace é o melhor personagem de todos os tempos, e o Jamie é a escolha perfeita para interpretá-lo… Confesso que imaginava o Logan como o Simon, mas também achei o Robert perfeito para o papel. Mal posso esperar pra ver essa tal química entre ele, a Lily e o Jamie! *-* hahah!

    1. Magy disse:

      Christine, thank you so much for taking such beiutaful pictures of my son-in-laws homecoming. I know that Jamie is so excited. These are so heart warming, and you did an amazing job of capturing the moment.

    2. Dilan disse:

      The only way to be saved, is by believing that Jesus died for our sins and rose from the dead. Believe, and you are saved! It is that siplme When you believe in Jesus, then you are given the Holy Spirit. You can pray and ask Jesus for more filling of the Holy Spirit if you like, but it is believing that Jesus died for your sins and believing that Jesus rose from the dead, that saves you Salvation is a FREE GIFT that happens in a split second when you believe in Jesus alone to save you! It is impossible to lose or leave salvation (John 6:39-40, 1 John 5:13). The truth about Jesus is that the only way to be saved and to get into heaven and avoid being sent to eternal hell, is by believing in faith alone that Jesus, who is God, died for our sins on the cross as FULL PAYMENT for all our sins, and then Jesus rose from the dead (1 Corinthians 15:1-4). Believe this and you will be in heaven, no matter what! Please pray now: Jesus, please forgive me of my sins. I believe that You died on the cross for my sins and You rose from the dead. Thank You for eternal life! You will be in heaven with Him forever when you die.

  4. Mª Beatriz O. Menezes disse:

    Pois é… Robert está exatamente na minha imaginação como Simon. Os atores que estão sendo escolhidos são os personagens fora da ficção. Está tudo perfeito! Só falta o fofolete: Alec.

    1. Kemi disse:

      A note of gratitude for the gifts of wosdim shared by Jamie Clark. Especially of value Jamie’s self-care, prayers and the setting of intention as important pieces to the work in healing service. I also appreciate the details of Jamie’s Spiritual Room, inspiring me to create my own. Thank You!

    2. Patricia disse:

      Chris was the boss for this project and trust me when I say she did an amziang, fabulous job keeping us all working hard and kept us organized!What a testimonial of a huge spirit you have to give of yourself, thank you very muchBrenda

  5. Bruna Abreu disse:

    Eu amei terem escolhido o Robert para o Simon, eu sei que vai ser difícil ver ele atuando sem ser todo tarado e maravilhosamente estranho como ele era em Misfits… mas sei que ele é um ótimo ator e mal posso esperar para ver ele e o Jamie nas telas *.*

  6. Ana Paula Oliveira disse:

    ainda continuo lamentando a escolha para o ator que interpretará nosso amado Jace… que me desculpem as fãs, mas acho que foi uma péssima escolha o Jamie… ele é muito estranho!!!!

    1. Sminu disse:

      First off, be assured that it’s not about figlenes . Love is not a feeling we always possess or are actually aware of, but we know we love someone or something because of the relationship we have.You are assured that Jesus loves you very much. To me, the Holy Spirit is with me, not just in me. He guides and even provides answers to things that I’ve failed to acknowledge over time and when you discover that your conscience is really the Holy Spirit talking to you, you will follow His cue more and more and your life will fully reflect that righteous relationship. May the Lord, mighty God, bless you and keep you and may He guide you into all wisdom for His name’s sake. Amen!

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