Actor Jamie Campbell Bower’s fan base thus far has mainly been made up of teenage fans of Twilight and Harry Potter but with his first blockbuster flick, The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones due out this August that looks set to change. Based on novels by Cassandra Clare, the film follows a girl who, after witnessing a murder at a club, has to fight against time to rescue her mother who has been kidnapped in mysteriously linked circumstances. The action packed film also stars Jonathan Rhys Meyers, Lily Collins and Hunger favourite Robert Sheehan.

When Rankin posted a snap of a recent shoot with Jamie on his Twitter it’s fair to say that it sent more than a few fans into meltdown, and now we’re giving you the chance to win a signed polaroid of Jamie by entering the competition below, and can we just say, now that he’s all grown up he’s definitely not just for teenagers…

To win, send an answer to the below question to editorial@hungertv.com by 1 August.

WHAT WAS THE NAME OF JAMIE’S FIRST FILM ALSO STARRING JOHNNY DEPP?

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Features / Film

The Interview: James McAvoy

Published on 22 April 2014

With Filth released in the States next month we talk Scottish slang and dirty humour with the star, as well as putting him on the spot for a few impressions.

 

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Film / Features

The Interview: Rebecca Hall

Published on 15 April 2014 1 Comment

“There’s a tendency to assume that women aren’t allowed to be at the forefront of films that aren’t rom-coms or period dramas, and it’s crazy.” Rebecca Hall gets real.

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Features / Film

The Interview: Tom Hollander

Published on 10 April 2014

“…the biggest challenge is to keep your sense of humour in what, every now and then, feels like a bit of crap shoot.” We chat to the star of Rev.

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Art & Culture / Features

The Interview: Polly Morgan

Published on 08 April 2014

“I’d prefer not to define British art, as that would be to simplify it and to suggest that there’s a bracket under which we all fall.” Polly Morgan talks BritArt.