Colleen Ritzer was an inspirational twenty-four year old geometry teacher at Danvers High School in Massachusetts who was loved by her high school students. It’s been one year since she was horribly murdered in a school bathroom, allegedly by one of her students who is now awaiting trial. She continued to inspire even after her death, uniting the communities of her hometown Andover, and Danvers where she had made such a lasting impression that the expression “Danvers Strong” was coined. If you can tomorrow morning, please just take a moment to reflect on Colleen and people like her who make it their life’s mission to help children. Oh. And in Colleen’s own words; “Find something good in every day!”
More news from the upcoming Mortal Instruments tv series! Since for me the movie was a huge disappointment I really hope this series lives up to the books!
In case you’ve been living under a rock, news regarding The Mortal Instruments‘ transition from film franchise to television series has been the hot topic in the fandom this past week.
Cassandra Clare took to Tumblr to answer some more questions about The Mortal Instruments television series, including her thoughts on if the original film cast might return for the show, where they might pick up in regards to City of Bones or City of Ashes and the future of an Infernal Devices show.
On learning about TMI TV series:
Well, here’s the thing. I pretty much know what you do. I knew there was discussion about whether to continue with making TMI films or explore the avenue of television. I didn’t know about the definite decision, or who the writer/show runner would be until it was announced at Mipcom and reported in the Hollywood Reporter.
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