Harry is going to be a guest at the Hunters of Shadow in Brussels on June 22 and 23. Extras will be on sale starting November 14 at 9pm (Paris time)!
Edit: Harry is also announced as guest for the Shadowhunters conventions in Milan (July 12-14) and in Seoul (July 27+28). Extras for Milan will be on sale starting November 9 at 6pm
We did it guys! We got Shadowhunters and the cast nominated 5 times for a Peoples Choice Award!
Shadowhunters – The Show of 2018 – Vote here!
Harry Shum Jr. – The Male TV Star – Vote here!
Katherine McNamara – The Female TV Star – Vote here!
Shadowhunters – The Bingeworthy Show – Vote here!
Shadowhunters – The Sci-Fi/Fantasy Show- Vote here!
Voting ends October 19!
Shadowhunters is a nominated for a Peoples Choice Award in the category Sci-Fi/Fantasy Show of 2018 and Crazy Rich Asians is nominated as well.
Vote for Shadowhunters here!
Vote for Crazy Rich Asians here!
You can also nominate Harry Shum Jr. as The Male TV Star of 2018. Just scroll to the bottom of this page and enter Harrys name!
Nominate Harry here
What you need to know [via Basic Shadowhunters Stuff]:
The Nominee Vote Sept 5-14.
After the Nominee voting closes, the top 5 nominees based on fan votes in each category will become the finalists. The Finalist Vote is Sept 24 – Oct 19.
You can vote up to 25 times per day, per category, per method.
Re-tweeting also counts as a vote.
The creative team behind Warner Bros.’ breakout romantic comedy is planning to reunite for the sequel, based on Kevin Kwan’s second book, ‘China Rich Girlfriend.’
Warner Bros. has not yet officially greenlighted the sequel (it’s standard practice for a studio to take a wait-and-see approach with a new potential franchise) but is moving forward on development. The studio and its CEO and chairman Kevin Tsujihara took a risk by greenlighting a comp-less film starring an all-Asian cast and a very specific story set in Singapore, but with the massive opening weekend results, a strong performance in weeks to come will all but guarantee the sequel is a go. The $30 million production, the first Hollywood studio movie since 1993’s The Joy Luck Club to feature an all-Westernized Asian ensemble, has opened better than any other comedy this year and any rom-com since 2015’s Trainwreck.
Warner Bros. has the option for Kevin Kwan’s entire trilogy, which includes 2015’s China Rich Girlfriend and 2017’s Rich People Problems. “We have a plan with Kevin for the next two films,” says producer Simpson.
Chu smartly teased the possible sequel in the final moments of the first film. Like any classic romantic comedy, Crazy Rich Asians wraps up happily ever after, with the entire ensemble gathered on the rooftop of Singapore’s iconic Marina Bay Sands resort to celebrate the engagement of Nick (Henry Golding) and Rachel (Constance Wu). But unlike most romantic comedies, the Warner Bros. hit actually ends with a mid-credits scene more commonly seen nowadays in Marvel movies, teasing the subject of the next installment.SPOILERS AHEAD!!!!
The stinger features Nick’s newly single cousin Astrid (Gemma Chan) exchanging meaningful glances at the party with a handsome man (Glee alum Harry Shum Jr.), Charlie Wu, whom fans of Kwan’s novels recognize as Astrid’s first love.
Eagle-eyed viewers spotted Charlie dancing with Astrid in the trailer (a few tantalizing seconds that were instantly immortalized in GIFs), but the moment — which took place earlier in the film, at Colin (Chris Pang) and Araminta’s (Sonoya Mizuno) wedding reception — was excised from the film’s final cut, in part to avoid giving the impression that Astrid was leaving her husband, Michael (Pierre Png), for another man.
Instead, Charlie and Astrid’s second chance at romance would take place during a second film, Chu tells THR. “The idea is to tell the story in the next movie,” he says, adding that Shum’s appearance in Crazy Rich Asians was always intended to be a cameo. “I made a promise to Harry, so I’m going to do it.”
In addition to developing Charlie and Astrid’s relationship, China Rich Girlfriend also follows Nick and Rachel to China on her search for her father. But China’s cooperation with such a sequel remains in question, as its government has in recent years strenuously tried to downplay the country’s uber-wealthy class. Crazy Rich Asians has yet to obtain a China release, and a Chinese translation of the 2013 novel was only made available in the country this year.
In case you’re wondering: The Teen Choice Awards are taking place this Sunday, August 12!
The last episodes will air in 2019.
After three seasons on Freeform, the drama series Shadowhunters has been cancelled. The show’s final episodes will air in spring 2019.
Shadowhunters’s imminent ending was announced by Deadline, which reported that there is some good news for viewers — the show intends to give viewers closure with its remaining episodes. The final ten episodes of season three will air in Spring 2019, along with two additional episodes that will wrap up the story. The final season has been titled Shadowhunters: The Final Hunt.
In a statement, Freeform addressed the network’s decision, saying, “We are very proud of Shadowhunters, a series that broke new ground in the genre world and became a fan favorite. However, along with our partners at Constantin, we reached the very difficult decision not to renew the show for a fourth season. But as big supporters and fans ourselves, Freeform insisted on and championed the filming of a special two-part finale that would give devoted fans a proper ending. The twelve episodes will air in spring of 2019. We want to thank our talented creators, producers, cast and crew along with our colleagues at Constantin for their hard work and dedication and to Cassie Clare for her incredible book series. We look forward to the final chapter of this breakthrough drama.”
Harry Shum Jr. – May 16, 12:30pm EDT – [TICKETS (free)]
Based on the bestselling young adult fantasy book series “The Mortal Instruments” by Cassandra Clare, “Shadowhunters” follows 18-year-old Clary Fray, who finds out on her birthday that she is not who she thinks she is but rather comes from a long line of Shadowhunters – human-angel hybrids who hunt down demons. When her mother Jocelyn is kidnapped, Clary is thrown into the world of demon hunting with mysterious Shadowhunter Jace and her best friend, Simon. Now living among faeries, warlocks, vampires and werewolves, Clary begins a journey of self-discovery as she learns more about her past and what her future may hold. Star Harry Shum Jr visits BUILD to talk about the hit Freeform series.
May 1 (8:00 – 9:01 p.m. EDT) -Episode 3007 – “Salt In The Wound”
With the Owl’s identity revealed, Alec, Isabelle, and Clary head to Alicante to try and find a way to stop him. Luke and Simon team up to track Lilith’s latest possible victim. Maia reflects on her past. (Guest starring Anna Hopkins, Chai Hansen, Alexandra Ordolis and Mimi Kuzyk)
May 8 (8:00 – 9:01 p.m. EDT) -Episode 3008 – “A Heart of Darkness”
Magnus, Alec and Isabelle try to reach Jace inside The Owl, but even as powerful as Magnus is, can he help the Lightwoods retrieve their brother from his demon prison? Maia and Jordan join Simon on THE HUNT for Lilith, while Luke tries to find a way to get to Clary. (Guest starring Anna Hopkins, Chai Hansen, Alexandra Ordolis and Nicola Correia-Damude)
May 15 (8:00 – 9:01 p.m. EDT) -Episode 3009 – “Familia Ante Omnia”
Clary faces down an old foe in an attempt to find answers about Lilith’s plan. Alec and Magnus turn to Lorenzo Rey for help, while Lilith finds a new ally. Luke must choose between his pack and his family, as Simon is forced to deal with his past. (Guest starring Anna Hopkins, Chai Hansen and Javier Muñoz)
May 15 (9:01 – 10:02 p.m. EDT) -Episode 3010 – “Erchomai”
In the climactic mid-season finale, the team scrambles to find a way to put a stop to Lilith’s plan coming to fruition. But going up against their biggest opponent yet, their odds are not looking good. Meanwhile, Simon makes a heartbreaking choice with Isabelle’s help and Magnus reconnects with a powerful person from his past. (Guest starring Anna Hopkins, Jack Yang, Alexandra Ordolis and Nicola Correia-Damude)
Is it time for Magnus and Alec to take the next step in their spellbinding relationship?
In the next all-new episode of Shadowhunters, Alec confesses the he spends “almost every night” at Magnus’ place and he thinks the time is right for the couple to move in together — and only ET has your sneak peek of the swoon-worthy moment!
To make matters even more magical, we called up Shadowhunters star Harry Shum Jr. and the actor is spilling exclusive secrets about Malec’s “special” bond. Plus, read on to discover the behind-the-scenes details that Shum and Matthew Daddario like to add to their scenes in order to deepen Magnus and Alec’s onscreen chemistry.
ET: We can practically already hear the Malec fans’ screams of delight while watching our exclusive sneak peek clip! First off, how are you feeling about where Magnus and Alec are as a couple this season?
Harry Shum Jr.: Well I think they’ve gone through a lot. In the real world, it’s really only been a short period of time — I think about eight weeks or something like that — that they’ve actually been together. So it’s a whirlwind of being swept up and being really into each other, yet having your world in danger as well, so you kind of get closer in that sense. So I think for the next step, since they see each other all the time and instead of going back and forth, why not be in the same place and move in? So I think the fans will really enjoy that and the progression of that.
When you read in the script that Alec comes to Magnus and suggests that they move in together, what was your initial reaction?
I always err on the side of caution whenever that question gets brought up [Laughs] because when you don’t know a lot of things about someone, that can always cause some confusion in the beginning part [of a relationship]. Like, “I thought that you would like this or that,” so I don’t know. I think it’ll be interesting to see it unfold — especially with these characters. I think Magnus, who is set in his particular ways, is very different than Alex, so I think that’s going to be the fun in seeing what happens.Read the whole interview here