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Daniel talks about narrating ‘Clockwork Princess’ and Will Herondale fancast!

As I’ve been excessively tweeting about today, Jordan (@divergentshadow) and I (@runnersmaze) visited the London Comic-Con today, and my was it a wonderful trip. Luckily, we managed to get a few minutes in with Teen Wolf’s Daniel Sharman, who also done the audio-book for Cassandra Clare’s ‘Clockwork Princess’. We asked how he went about getting to do the job, what the entire process was, and what he thought of the entire journey. Here’s what he had to say!

“I have always loved audio-books, always always loved them from a very young age! I was in talks with them to do ‘The Mortal Instruments’ audio-books and it didn’t work out, and I didn’t hear from them again. Then they asked me to do the audio-book (for Clockwork Princess) and I said I would love to, it sounds great and I’d never done it before. It was the most amazing amount of fun, you get locked in the studio and just invent your own world, and just read through it and invent all these different characters. I don’t know if any of them quite worked but it was just the most amount of fun to do. I was in the studio for about forty hours over about a week and a half, because I was shooting ‘Teen Wolf’ at the same time, so I was working nights and then working in the mornings and had no sleep whatsoever. But it was all worth it, it was the most amount of fun because I got to just sit there and invent a whole world. I really enjoyed reading the book, and I knew of The Mortal Instruments, then I read The Infernal Devices and I thought they were great.”

We then asked him what he thought of the fans casting him as Will Herondale, and since the film has been optioned would he ever consider playing him, giving a pretty surprising reply!

“Yeah, there are actually a few roles I would love to play in that, it would be interesting. I would love to play Will, but there were so many in there that I would love to play. I’ve always been one to do the baddies, because I love baddies! But, you know it would be great! I hope it goes well because it’s a great franchise.”

How about that? Daniel Sharman would love to play the villain, which I think is safe to assume that he’s referring to ‘Mortmain’!

Source: Page to Premiere

Teen Wolf Spoilers From MCM London Comic Con

How does your character develop in season three and how do you feel about it.

Sharman: A lot changes, he goes through a bit of development of what was happening at the end of season two, deciding which side to ally himself with, which set of morals. It’s some great writing so thanks Christian Taylor and Jeff Davis.

This season seems a lot darker, could you tell us a little about that?

Sharman: Yeah a natural progression, there’s a maturity this season that comes with the darkness of growing up, angst and that sort of thing. It’s more mature. It feels natural as we explore things that we haven’t before.

What is it like seeing yourselves turn into monsters?

Sharman: Tyler Hoechlin and I went out to a coffee place, when we were reshooting something. He was in full wolf makup, but in L.A. they didn’t even notice, like that’s normal in L.A.!

Source: Collider

Werewolves of London: Teen Wolf Stars Join MCM London Comic Con

It’s hunter and hunted at MCM London Comic Con this May, as Teen Wolf stars Crystal Reed and Daniel Sharman become the latest special guests to sign up for Europe’s biggest comic con.

Crystal Reed stars as Allison Argent (Crazy, Stupid, LoveSkyline), the werewolf-hunting love interest of series protagonist Scott McCall, played by previous London Comic Con special guest Tyler Posey. Descended from a long line of werewolf hunters, Allison is kind and caring, but don’t let that fool you; she’s a crack shot with a bow.

Meanwhile, English actor Daniel Sharman (Immortals, The Collection) plays tormented teenage werewolf Isaac Lahey. After being bullied and beaten by his own father, the rage-fuelled Isaac is turned into a werewolf by alpha wolf Derek Hale (Tyler Hoechlin), becoming the first member of his pack.

Source: MCM London Comic Con

‘Teen Wolf’ Reveals Season 3 Character Portrait of Isaac Lahey

This portrait comes on the heels of previous portraits of Scott, Allison, Derek, Lydia, Stiles, and the Alpha Pack Twins, Ethan and Aiden. Fans were wondering when we’d get a look at some of the other characters, Isaac in particular, so it’s nice to finally be able to to add this one to all the others!

Unlike the other portraits, the background in this one seems to be particularly blurry. Derek, Scott, and Stiles, for instance, look as if they are in Derek’s apartment due to the bricks and the hole in the wall behind them. Lydia and Allison appear to be in the same room, which is lined with windows. Isaac’s background doesn’t give us any sort of hints as to where he could possibly be.

Daniel Sharman, who plays Isaac, was bumped up to series regular for the third season. At the end of season 2, Isaac decided not to leave Beacon Hills with Boyd and Erica. Instead, he decided to follow Scott’s example and stick around, going head to head with Gerard and the Kanima. He was injured on the field, but in the end he survived the events of the finale.

Season 3 will be setting up a stronger relationship between Isaac and Scott, who obviously have their shared supernatural abilities to bond over. This will, apparently, cause some tension between Scott and Stiles. Stiles is, after all, the human one of the trio, and can’t quite relate to Scott on the same level that Isaac can.

What do you think of Isaac’s portrait? Are you excited to see him take on a bigger role this season?

Source: Hypable

Cassandra Clare and Daniel Sharman Talk ‘Clockwork Princess’ Audiobook

Clockwork Princess, the much-anticipated final installment of Cassandra Clare’s Infernal Devices series, hit shelves yesterday. (You can read EW’s review here.) But if you’d rather listen to Princess, then your ears are in luck: The audiobook version—narrated by Daniel Sharman (Immortals, Teen Wolf)—is available too.

Sharman joins the ranks of Jennifer Ehle and Ed Westwick and Heather Lind, who narrated the audiobook versions of Clockwork Angel and Clockwork Prince, respectively. Even Clare herself approves of Sharman’s take on the novel. “It’s wonderful listening to Daniel read the audiobook—he brings each character to life with different accents and intonations,” Clare says. “The book’s setting is so firmly London, I wanted a British reader, but he’s really impressed me with his Yorkshire and Welsh accents too!”

In this exclusive video, Clare asks Sharman some burning questions about his narration and Clockwork Princess. Spoiler alert! His voice is pretty wonderful.

There is no way to embed the video, sadly, but you can watch it at the source: ew.com!

Listen to an Excerpt of ‘Clockwork Princess’

By now, you’ve read the news that dreamy “Teen Wolf” actor Daniel Sharman will narrate the audiobook version of Cassandra Clare’s upcoming “Infernal Devices” finale, “Clockwork Princess.” And you’ve likely seen him hard at work in the studio, thanks to our exclusive behind-the-scenes peek. And now the time has finally come for you to hear the fruits of his labor!

Hollywood Crush has gotten its lace-gloved fingers on an audiobook excerpt of the Prologue and Chapter 1, introduced by Daniel himself. So if you’ve ever dreamed of Will Herondale reading you a bedtime story, click play and snuggle up with your pillow and blankie. (Though we don’t suggest doing so at your desk…)

As a refresher, (and, hello, SPOILER ALERT if you haven’t read the previous “Infernal Devices” novels), “Clockwork Prince” concluded with Jem proposing to Tessa and Will’s sister appearing at the Institute—setting up all kinds of intrigue for our Victorian Shadowhunters in this final chapter. How will it all end? You’ll have to pick up “Clockwork Princess” on March 19 to find out!

Source: Hollywood Crush