Jared Harris stars as flawed mentor Hodge Starkweather in The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones, which hits theaters this weekend. The Mad Men alum stopped by our LA studios to talk about why he thinks young-adult novels like the Mortal Instruments series, The Hunger Games, and Divergent are enjoying a big-screen moment right now and what differences fans can expect between the Mortal Instruments book and the movie version. We also asked him if he has any predictions of how Mad Men might end and how he thinks the show changed once his character, Lane Pryce, made his unexpected departure last season.
Jared Harris on Why YA Novels Are Having a Big-Screen Moment and Mad Men's End originally posted on POPSUGAR Celebrity
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