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Heres some on-set pics not many of Kat and Dom but a mix of them filming a scene in Paris in the gallery more might show up online…….

SHADOWHUNTERS > SEASON 03 > ON SET > filming on location – PARIS -3/17

Secrets from Set: This week, Dominic Sherwood and Katherine McNamara took us through that intense rooftop fight scene between Jace and Clary. The power of green screens and safety wires allowed for Sherwood to dangle his scene partner over that ledge and then drop her onto the car below, but the real hilarity came in when they were staging the aftermath of Clary’s fall.

“One of the morbidly humorous things that we had to do was they had the car on set, and they said, ‘Hey, Kat, here’s some old pictures of people that have fallen from great heights and died. Can you, uh, contort yourself in any of these ways so we can, you know, dent the car properly?” Kat McNamara reveals.


April 18, 2018  judy No comments dominic sherwood, interview

Shadowhunters has seen Jace (Dominic Sherwood) and Clary’s (Katherine McNamara) love survive a lot. First they thought they were brother and sister, then they were both with other people and then one of them even died! Now though, we’ll have to see if that love can survive being erased entirely.

After helping Simon (Alberto Rosende) out with his personal Praetor problems, Jace kicked back to reward himself with a beer, only to be magically roofied by Lillith (Anna Hopkins). Thanks to a sob story she spun to Magnus (Harry Shum Jr.), Lillith was able to entirely erase Jace’s love for Clary, which is good news for The Owl but bad news for Jace.

We had Dominic Sherwood break what this turn of events means for Jace (and Clace obviously), plus what the fallout will be from Lillith taking out the Angel.

So first off, why do you think Jace decided to help Simon with his Praetor problem?
Dominic Sherwood: Jace and Simon’s relationship is really interesting because they do have this bond based off of the bite in [Episode 210]. They do have this relationship with one another, and as much as I think they like to pretend that they really dislike each other, I actually think they have quite a lot of respect for each other. You know, Simon is a devoted, honest, wonderful man and friend to everyone around him – very self-sacrificial in very many ways. And in fact, Jace and Simon are actually very similar in a lot of ways… [They’re] very happy to be the person to lay on the wire so their buddy can crawl over them. They’re very, very similar people in that way. So I think as much as Jace is like, “Oh, whatever, I guess I’ll help Simon because I’m bored,” that’s not really the case. I think he sees Simon in trouble and is like, “I can help you, I know I can help you, we just would never admit it to one another.”

At the end of the episode, Lillith erased Jace’s love for Clary, but what does that mean exactly? What does it do to him?
Sherwood: What Lillith said before this is, “Oh Clary is the reason that I can’t turn you into this creature full time. Clary is the reason that you’re not this creature every minute of the day.” So she has to get in the way of that. By erasing the love for Clary, what she’s done is turn Jace into The Owl. There is no Jace left. The Jace that we see, the physical entity of him, he’s not there anymore. He’s trapped inside this shell that is The Owl, but The Owl is pulling the trigger. The Owl is driving the car now. That’s what’s happening, and that’s what the transition was at the bar.

Obviously there’s some hope of getting him back though, right?
Sherwood: I can’t tell you that! You know I can’t, come on!

Girl’s got to try.
Sherwood: That was close though, good try. Good try.

How will Clary react to losing Jace just when she thought they could finally be together?
Sherwood: Nothing seems to go right for us, it’s pretty rough. Clary is in an interesting position where she’s kind of both a lover and a fighter at the same time. She knows what the mission is, she knows what she’s got to do, but then also her resounding love for Jace will start to get in the way and then not get in the way. She’s in this whole dichotomy of what is and isn’t the right thing to do, which is really a difficult spot for her to be in.

Lillith also killed an angel this episode, so what is the fallout from that going to look like?

Sherwood: Killing an angel is, I think to us, the absolute worst thing that could possibly happen. Like, it’s killing our gods essentially. It’s the absolute worst thing that could possibly happen… It does cause a bit of an issue with Clary obviously because she feels responsible. It does become a bit of a roadblock later on actually in the episodes we’re filming now like 19 and 20. We do find a couple of roadblocks because this happened, because people are less willing to help or assist, because we’ve been involved in such an atrocity.

Does killing an angel affect Lillith or her plans?
Lilith doesn’t care. She’s going to tear down anyone in her path and has made that very clear from the get go. She is going to just stomp all over everything… Later on, we do discover the depths of this kind of weight on Jace. It’s difficult to explain because I’m not allowed to tell you what happens, but we are going to see how much this has affected Jace at some point. How, when, where why? I can’t tell you.


April 17, 2018  judy No comments dominic sherwood, interview

The secret is out: Jace is the Owl. Shadowhunters revealed Jace’s secret (even to him) identity two weeks ago, though no one inside the world of the show is aware just yet. While everyone else sleeps, Lilith has been using Jace to do her bidding, and according to star Dominic Sherwood, things are only going to get worse from here.

ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY: How did you prepare to play the Owl, such a different character from Jace?
DOMINIC SHERWOOD: It was hard. We had a huge discussion, especially because at the beginning, this character doesn’t say anything, so everything we tried to do was about a physicality and a movement. What we tried to do was make him move as much as possible like Will playing Jonathan, not only for the red herring but also because of the connection with Lilith. We thought the physicality of this character would be mirrored by Lilith’s interpretation of who Jonathan is. So we worked very hard and I talked to Will about this a bunch, and then went back and watched what he did with his physicality and how he walked and talked and held himself, and I tried as much as I could to mimic that as the Owl.

Is the Owl face all CGI?
It’s not CGI at all. It’s a mask. That was an exploration. They do the face mold which is no fun — you’re in a warm room, and they put this goo on your face, and you have to sit there for like an hour breathing through a tube. It’s a pretty rough day. Then they give it to you and it feels funny wearing it, and then you can’t really breathe properly and you can’t see. The first scene I did, we had these rain towers up, and I couldn’t see through the lenses because they’re foggy. They’re also tinted, and it was night so everything was really dark. Then what we found out is that the masks leaked and the lenses started to fill up with water. That was difficult. And the pants ripped, too, literally from my belly button all the way to the small of my back. That was fun. Because every time this creature possesses someone, he kneels over them and holds their face. And sure enough, I kneeled down and [my pants] ripped all the way through. Thank god I chose to even wear underwear that day, but I chose to wear bright orange underwear, which everybody saw. All around it was a pretty difficult day, and we all learned a lot about changes we had to make to the Owl’s costume. [Laughs]

How is Jace going to react to finding out he’s the Owl?
Jace doesn’t find out until late in the season because he’s still possessed. He still has no idea what’s going on. He’s the last person to find out, and as far as his reaction, it’s not good. We also haven’t seen the worst of the Owl yet. We haven’t seen the worst of this creature, we haven’t seen the depths of depravity that Lilith is going to make this creature go to. It gets much, much worse. This is about revenge for Lilith more than anything. She wants to use this creature for his abilities and to get what she wants, but at the end of it, she’s going to destroy him. She’s going to take a mean swing at it, trust me.

How does being the Owl affect his relationships?
The relationships are tricky. It’s difficult, like when Alec approached him about losing his mind, he snapped at Alec. That kind of snap to aggression isn’t something that we see in that relationship very often, especially when Alec has come to him with such concern. In the next episode, we see them come together and discuss Jace’s situation a little bit more, which is nice. But what Lilith is trying to do is going to have an effect on all of them because what we’re going to find out more and more is that this creature has Jace’s memories, so he knows how to get to Alec and how to get to Clary and how to get to Izzy and how to get to Magnus. It’s this creature trying to destroy Jace through his friends. It’s really quite awful.

Shadowhunters airs Tuesdays at 8 p.m. ET on Freeform.


SHADOWHUNTERS > SEASON 03 > EPISODE STILLS > 305 – Stronger Than Heaven

April 17 (8:00 – 9:01 p.m. EDT) – Episode 3005 – “Stronger Than Heaven”
Someone is out to get Simon and Jace is on the hunt to find out who it is, meanwhile Clary turns to Luke to find a way to help Jace. Alec worries about the future of his relationship after learning more about Magnus’ romantic past. (Guest starring Anna Hopkins, Chai Hansen and Lisa Berry)

SHADOWHUNTERS > SEASON 03 > EPISODE STILLS > 304 – Thy Soul Instructed


April 10 (8:00 – 9:01 p.m. EDT) – Episode 3004 – “Thy Soul Instructed”

Jace’s concerns grow about his mental state and turns to Luke for information on his family’s past. Clary and Izzy go after a rogue vampire and Simon hunts for a new apartment. (Guest starring Anna Hopkins, Chai Hansen and David Castro)

This Week’s Exclusive Secrets from Set: Finding out the Jace is, in fact, the Owl is a pretty big trip. What’s even trippier is that Dominic Sherwood has actually been under the mask this whole time instead of leaving it up to a stunt guy. Talk about going the extra mile!

“That costume is not an easy thing to fight in,” Sherwood reveals. “The mask is quite heavy. There are solid black lenses that are out of focus, so I can’t really see 100 percent, but at the end of the day it looks sweet, so it doesn’t really matter that much.”

At least Clace fans can be kind of happy to know that McNamara confirms the big choking scene is all for show and Sherwood’s hand was “barely” on her throat.

Shadowhunters airs Tuesdays at 8/7c on Freeform.

March 26, 2018  judy No comments dominic sherwood, episode promos

Shadowhunters is finally back for its third season, and the mother of all evil is headed Clary’s (Katherine McNamara) way.

The events of the Season 2 finale left several balls up in the air, one of which was the arrival of Lillith (Anna Hopkins), brought out of her hell dimension Edom by Jonathan (Will Tudor). Covered in what looks to be black blood, Lillith is definitely the most horrifying villain we’ve seen the Shadowhunters face this far.

She won’t be the only problem Clary and the gang have to contend with though. Clary’s wish from the angel to resurrect Jace (Dominic Sherwood) after he was killed by Valentine (Alan Van Sprang) will have both supernatural and political consequences in Season 3, and there’s also that matter of the Seelie Queen (Lola Flanery) shoring up her allies in the Downworld to deal with.

It sounds like The Clave will have its hands full this season, so we called up Katherine McNamara to find out which problems will be a priority for Clary when Season 3 premieres.

Where do we pick up in Season ? How much time has passed?
Katherine McNamara: There’s been a couple of days I think, but not much time has passed since… we’ve seen Valentine’s death on the beach and Jace’s death and resurrection, if you will. And now Clary is receiving her Angelic rune and officially becoming part of the Shadow World, and diving head on into this life that she was once thrown into.

Where’s Clary’s head at after killing her own father and using the Shadowhunters’ one wish to bring Jace back to life? Those are two really huge things to happen in her life.
McNamara: It’s very true. A lot has happened to Clary. And from the beginning of the series, it’s only been a few months if you want to think about timelines. So to go through all this, to be thrown into a new world, discover that you have these powers, lose your mother, your best friend becomes a vampire, you find and lose a brother, kill your own father, the love of your life dies and comes back to life, it’s a lot. It’s a lot to go through… She’s gone from this little girl who looked at the Shadow World with a sense of wonder and magic to a woman who sees the world for what it is, which is a cold-cutting, dark, deadly world that has consequences for any seemingly harmless action. And she understands that now, and she understands that she has a responsibility to atone for everything that she’s caused up until this point, and to fix any problem that’s still occurring because of her.

Clary’s finally, officially joining the Shadowhunter ranks, but she’s doing so under terrible circumstances. She’s hiding this huge secret from The Clave that she used their one wish. How long can she keep that up?
McNamara: You know, things only stay secret in the Shadow World for so long, and when there’s one wish that’s a failsafe for all Shadowhunters for all time and it gets used to bring your boyfriend back to life, there are some pretty dire consequences coming, let me put it that way. But what it does for Clary is it binds her and Jace together in the sense that they know that when the consequences come, it’s going to be the two of them that are held responsible, and they have to be there for each other, and they have to be completely on the same page. But also, Clary feels the responsibility for what Jace is going through because she knows something’s wrong with Jace. As much as he tries to hide it from her and put on a brave face, she knows that there’s something going on, and she knows that she’s responsible.

Like you mentioned, Jace is suffering some serious side effects from the wish. How does that impact Clary’s relationship with him?
McNamara: She’s always seen Jace as this powerful, angelic warrior, and he’s come back from this broken. And she feels responsible for breaking that powerful spirit that is in him, and what it does is because she can’t turn to anyone without making them culpable, is it inspires this wonderful initiative in her to really take matters into her own hands and to handle things in a way that she will finally take responsibility, and she will finally forge her own way into the Shadow World and really take action in a real way.

It seems like this might be a major obstacle for them?
McNamara: It’s true. There’s a huge block in their relationship at the moment, unfortunately. This is the first time that the two of them have had a chance to really let their relationship grow… and for them to love each other the way they’ve always wanted to. So moving forward, yes, you do see a few moments of light romance and a few times where they can actually behave as a couple without dealing with the world ending around them. But it does put a damper on things because they feel the weight of this secret and they feel the responsibility, and Jace too is struggling with these hallucinations that he’s having that are rather violent, if you will.

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Alec (Matthew Daddario) is obviously very suspicious because he felt that Parabatai bond disappear. How’s he going to feel knowing Clary and Jace are hiding something from him?
McNamara: It’s kind of an unfortunate situation. More than kind of an unfortunate situation. Alec has not trusted Clary for so long, being the new one coming in, and she’s really had to prove herself to him. And finally, he’s starting to accept her as a Shadowhunter, and they’ve really started to become friends, and he started to give her responsibilities and see her as part of the team, but now there’s this secret, and it’s really putting an obstacle in their way. Alec being Jace’s Parabatai of course knows there’s something going on, even if he doesn’t know what it is, he knows. And Clary was the only other person on that beach, so obviously she’s the one with the answers, and she can’t lie to him very well because she sees how much it’s hurting him and she sees how painful it is for him to know that his Parabatai is struggling and not know how to help him. Ultimately, she’s stuck between a rock and a hard place because she can’t tell him. She can’t turn to Alec. She can’t turn to Isabelle because it will make them culpable as well, and she refuses to let anyone else be hurt because of what she did.

We got our first look at Lilith in that trailer, but what can you say about her agenda and what she’s planning?
McNamara: Lilith is probably the most fierce evil that we’ve seen emerge from the shadows here. We’ve seen demons, we’ve seen greater demons, we’ve seen rogue vampires and evil Shadowhunters, but we have yet to see a Queen of Hell. We have yet to see the Mother of all Demons, and she is quite a fearsome foe. And also, Jace and Clary in particular have a huge target on their backs because Lilith — the closest thing Lilith had to a child was Jonathan, and we’re responsible for hurting him. She’s out for vengeance, and to put it lightly, forgiveness and reconciliation are not high on Lilith’s priority list.

Lillith sort of alluded to maybe trying to bring Jonathan back to life. How do you think Clary would react to that if by some miracle he did come back?
McNamara: This is the one dilemma with this relationship. The relationship with her brother is the one that has been left unresolved up until this point, and she will always feel his loss, and she will always feel that hole that’s there because it’s a relationship that never got given a chance… We saw that last season that as soon as she found out that she had a brother, and that Jonathan was alive and that he was out there somewhere, the first thing she wanted to do was find him and help him because to have that chance at finding a blood relative, to have that chance at having a piece of your biological family still alive and still there for you, of course you’re gonna want to push through that … I don’t know, all I can say is that it will always be something that she feels responsible for and feels like was a missed opportunity.


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