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I have added photos of Charlie Carver at San Diego’s Comic-Con that took place earlier this year. photo archives

October 14, 2017

WereWolfCon 3 has started in Brussels, Belgium today. I will try my best to keep you up to date with everything going on at the event this weekend.
Charlie Carver, Max Carver, Ryan Kelley, Froy Gutierrez, Michael Johnston, Holland Roden and Tyler Hoechlin (both attending Sunday!) are attending.

This post will be updated regularly!

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Max Carver took to Instagram and shared a photo of himself, Tyler Hoechlin and his brother Charlie with their fangs in and said “Always going to treasure my time with the pack.”

September 25, 2017

It’s finally time to say goodbye to Teen Wolf. EW was on set for the filming of the show’s last episodes and spoke to some of the cast members about what they’ll miss most and any final thoughts they had about their experience in Beacon Hills. Here’s what they had to say …

Tyler Posey (Scott): “I love Scott. He’s such a goober; he’s such a sweet kid. I think he’s the greatest. He’s inspired me a lot and motivated me to be a better person and be calmer and more zen about things and take a different approach. I just learned a lot from him. I’m going to miss him a lot. He’s a badass. He’s a cool dude.”

Dylan O’Brien (Stiles): “I loved everything about [Stiles]. You spend so much time with a character, you do get an attachment, and for me too that was tenfold because it was my first role ever.”

Colton Haynes (Jackson): “Life has changed so much since I joined the show. The biggest takeaway from being a part of Teen Wolf was: Friends are the family you can choose. I said that in a really sappy text message to Dylan and Hoechlin and Posey. The friends are the family that you can choose.”

Charlie Carver (Ethan): “What was so fun about Teen Wolf was like the first couple of episodes with my brother, getting to be the bad guys, there was that scene where we beat the crap out of each other on the lockers in the school hallway. Going from that to where we ended up, where he got stabbed by the Oni and the whole sort of last stretch of 3B, was just a blast. I felt like as an actor I just got to try a bunch of different things and work in a bunch of different genres or worlds.”

Holland Roden (Lydia): “The sass of Lydia is what I’ll miss the most. I’ll miss being a genius and knowing the answer to everything. I’ll miss magically being in perfect hair and makeup while ready to attack a creature at 3 in the morning. I’ll miss the life behind the scenes of Teen Wolf, that’s what I’ll miss the most.”

Melissa Ponzio (Melissa): “I’ll miss watching the kids grow. When you’re here from day one and you see Tyler and Dylan and Holland and just how they have grown over the last six years, and the amazing human beings that they were then and they are now. Of course, I’m going miss my friendships. And just the world we created. I think one of the best things that Jeff [Davis, the showrunner] ever did was include the parents because it gave validity and longevity made it a deeper, richer story. I thank the fans for embracing the parents and really thinking of us as vital roles to this world.”

Linden Ashby (Stilinski): “I think my character is that paternal vibe and he’s such a person of integrity and honesty. And he’s a good person and I’ll miss wearing that skin, walking in those shoes.”

This Sunday’s (tonight!) Teen Wolf has a special treat for fans: The return of Jackson and Ethan. And as EW previously reported, they’re coming back in a relationship. But for Colton Haynes and Charlie Carver, the experience was all about getting to revisit the people they worked with. EW was on set for their big return and sat down with both actors during their final days of shooting.

“It feels like we just picked up right where we left off,” Haynes said, sitting in his trailer between takes. Carver added that the vibe on set was “part high school reunion, part frat house. Something very sweet and then also, trouble. Celebratory, I should say.”

For Haynes, the moment he found out the show was ending, he acted. He wasn’t going to miss saying farewell to this experience. “I thought it was just going to keep going until like season 15,” Haynes said. “I had no idea it was ending and then it happened and I called [showrunner] Jeff [Davis] and I said, ‘You know I’m going to be a part of this right?’ Luckily a couple conflicts worked out so I was able to do it.”

One of the first things both Carver and Haynes did upon their return was a fang fitting, a moment Carver said helped snap him back into character: “As soon as you’ve got the claws and the fangs on, you’re right back where you started.” Speaking of claws, Haynes still has one of his original pairs. “I’m a weird hoarder when it comes to memories,” Haynes said, admitting that he still has the first draft of the pilot script, his chair back from his two seasons on the show, and even his teeth from the moment Jackson turned into a werewolf.

Speaking of Jackson becoming a werewolf, he won’t be the exact same Jackson that fans remember. “My character’s completely different but it still is Jackson,” Haynes said. Of course, the biggest change is his relationship with a man. However, that’s not the only thing that’s different now that Jackson is half-werewolf, half-kanima. “Jackson does get to use his tail a lot,” Haynes said. “I used it yesterday on this poor security guard. It’s just fun.”

As for how their characters will ultimately say goodbye when the series ends, Carver said, “I was pleasantly surprised with where Ethan ended up and I think people are going to be really happy with the way this ends.”

September 10, 2017

KLZ Events announced that both Froy Guiterrez (Nolan) and Michael Johnston (Corey) are attending Werewolfcon 3 in Brussels at the end of this month! Tyler Hoechlin, Holland Roden, Charlie Carver, Max Carver and Ryan Kelley are also attending the event. The event will be held on September 30th and October 1st in Brussels, Belgium.


KLZ Event’s Werewolfcon 3 takes place on September 30th and October 1st in Brussels, Belgium. KLZ Events announced on their Instagram account that there will be a new guest announcement today at 6pm. So far, Charlie Carver, Max Carver, Ryan Kelley and bonus guests Holland Roden and Tyler Hoechlin are confirmed to attend the event. More details can be found here!

Jackson and Ethan’s anniversary doesn’t go as planned. Watch Teen Wolf every Sunday at 8/7c on MTV! Episode 16 “Triggers” of Teen Wolf’s final season airs September 3rd! Colton and Charlie will make their grand entrance on the 10th of September (6×17: “The Werewolves of War)

EW.com published the following;

As Jackson Whittemore (Colton Haynes) declared in Teen Wolf‘s second season: “I’m everyone’s type.” And when he makes his big return for the show’s final season, he’ll prove just that, because Jackson’s not returning alone. Rather, he’ll have his boyfriend, Ethan (Charlie Carver), by his side. “It makes total sense,” Haynes says of his character’s newly revealed sexuality. “That’s why Jackson carried around that angst.”

Jackson being gay is a decision Teen Wolf showrunner Jeff Davis made years ago. “I thought, if Jackson comes back, he’s coming back in a relationship with a guy,” Davis says. “Whether that means he’s bisexual or gay, that’s how he’s returning. I just felt like he went off to London and found himself.”

And London is where fans will find the happy couple — “They’re so sweet together,” Davis says — when they first appear in the Sept. 10 episode.

“We’re an odd couple,” Carver says of the relationship. “His character’s always been kind of an arrogant prick, so I’m the one who tones him down.” Haynes adds: “They complement each other perfectly. They have a really beautiful relationship.”

Together, Jackson and Ethan will return to Beacon Hills to help Scott fight the war against the army of hunters led by none other than Gerard Argent.

Teen Wolf airs Sundays at 8 p.m. ET on MTV. (Reminder: The show isn’t on this weekend due to VMAs.)

August 24, 2017

KLZ Events brings you the third edition of WereWolfCon, TeenWolf Brussels Convention that will be held on September 30th and October 1st 2017 in Brussels.

Max Carver, Charlie Carver, Ryan Kelley and bonus guests Holland Roden & Tyler Hoechlin, both attending Sunday. Unfortunately, Dylan Sprayberry had to cancel.

On August 1st KLZ Events announced:

Hello Everybody,

we are so sorry to announce the cancellation of Dylan Sprayberry without time of reaction and have the opportunity to announce a new guest. His agents suggested him to make public the announcement of his cancellation in his personal twitter but per agreement we have to do the announcement mutually (same day and same time) to avoid confusions to all of you. From our side, sorry.

At this point, we can confirm we are working hard to get a replacement for Dylan and we’ll have it 100%. We are talking with several guests 🙂 We still cannot let you know when we could announce the new guest but hopefuly during the next days. About Dylan extras, please just wait a bit, until we have the 6th guest confirmed to give you possibilities about changes and refunds.

Thank you guys!
KLZ Events

For more information about the location, the activities and more you can check out their website here.

‘Teen Wolf’s’ Froy Gutierrez sits down with Hidden Remote for an exclusive one-on-one interview to discuss Beacon Hills’ newest addition, Nolan, and the role in which he’ll play during the show’s farewell season;

n the Teen Wolf 6B premiere, fans received their first glimpses of the series’ newest additions including troubled Beacon Hills High School student Nolan), who is primed to play a major role in the show’s farewell arc. But just who is this troublesome young man, what, if any, threat does he pose to Scott and his pack and how exactly will he play into the narrative of 6B?

These were among some of the many questions weighing on our mind when we caught up with Nolan’s portrayer Froy Gutierrez for an exclusive one-on-one conversation!

Ahead of this week’s new episode, we had the pleasure of speaking with Gutierrez about his exciting new role on MTV’s beloved supernatural drama to find out all about Beacon Hills’ new kid on the block, the role Nolan will play this season on the show, the work went into bringing Nolan to life and what it’s been like joining the Teen Wolf pack!

Hidden Remote: So great to speak with you today! I’d like to begin by talking about the casing process. When you read for the role were you aware of the character’s identity or were you kept in the dark until after you were casted?
Froy Gutierrez:
They definitely kept me in the dark at the beginning. The script that I got at the beginning when I was reading for the character was from about three seasons ago and I had no clue what they were going to go with for the character. In fact, even the name was different.

Hidden Remote: And were you familiar with the series when you went out for the role or did you have to do a little bit of homework after joining the cast?
Well, I was very familiar with the series; however, I had never actually seen it myself. Teen Wolf has just been such a staple for my generation. Everyone talked about it when I was in high school and even middle school. It was sort of something everyone knew about, but I didn’t know anything about the lore or the storylines. So I had to do that research afterwards.

Hidden Remote: That in mind, do you remember your reaction when you got the call and found out you had gotten the role?
I was half asleep because I got the call [really early in the morning] (Laughs). I was too tired to get super happy about it, but I was very adamant about finding out more. I was like, “Okay, what’s the character like? Where’s the script for it? Who is he?” because I only had the audition script. I [asked], “Okay can you send me the episode script before I go in tomorrow.” So I think that’s where I was coming from when I got the call.

Hidden Remote: So tell us about Nolan. We got a few brief glimpses of him in the first episode of 6B and have seen him stirring up trouble in a few of the 6B teasers, but there isn’t too much we know about him just yet.
Well, Nolan is a very sensitive, sweet young boy. He’s a sophomore at Beacon Hills High and I think he’s dealing with quite a few mental health issues recently in his life. I think with the recent, strange supernatural occurrings and happenings in he town, that’s really going to spike for him. You’re going to see him wrestling with his demons as the season goes on.

Hidden Remote: Can you tease us with any details regarding his role in the season and how his actions will affect Scott and his pack?
I’m so bad at these because I either spoil things or I don’t say enough. (Laughs) Okay, I can’t say too much, but I can say the character is very open-minded to all walks of life in Beacon Hills.

Hidden Remote: I’m curious, as you received the scripts and read more about Nolan, were you surprised with where the writers took the character and were you pleased with the direction they chose?
Everyone has seen [the first episode of] 6B, I presume, so you guys kind of know what I saw the first couple of weeks of shooting. They very much designed the character after my portrayal of him after that. Originally, they were going to take Nolan in a much stronger, more masculine and stable direction. I remember when I got the breakdown, he was much more brash and bold and, I think, after they saw my portrayal of Nolan in the first episode they liked the weaker, more sensitive, more vulnerable yet frightening take that I had with him.

I think you’ll definitely see that aspect of him pan out throughout the season. They very much emphasize on the scared, childish and frightened aspects of the character, rather than the more bold aspects that happen – as you saw in the trailer with the pen.

Hidden Remote: Judging by what we have seen so far, it seems likely that fans will perceive him to be a villain. However, as we’ve learned from over the years, things are never as cut and dry on Teen Wolf. How do you interpret his actions and the emotions that drive him?
I definitely think his driving [force] behind his motive is that he wants to be safe. I don’t think he’s a fan of conflict. When he first comes into contact with the wolf on the lacrosse field, he’s pretty scared and anybody would be scared in that situation. Naturally, you’re going to think, “Is there more of that? What steps can I take to protect myself from that?” So I think his driving motive is just about keeping himself safe, keeping his family safe, keeping the school safe.

I wouldn’t want to label him as a villain. I don’t think his motive comes from any kind of malice and I don’t think he has anything personally against any of the supernatural creatures. It’s just a scary thing. I can’t really talk about a real life situation where you’d see a bloody werewolf on the lacrosse field (Laughs), but if you put yourself in his shoes I think everyone would be reacting in a similar fashion.

Hidden Remote: Did knowing that you only had a limited amount of time to dive into this character and explore his story alter the way you approached the role?
When I got the script for the first episode, I was like, “Okay, I see where they’re going with it, but I think I can do a stronger version of him if I took it more in this direction.” In the writing, there was a lot of vindictiveness, brashness and a bit of anger that was hidden in him. I said, “That’s great, but I wondered if we could do some takes making him more of a character who just hurts.”

I remember when I was a kid and would go up to a spiderweb, my parents would say, “Remember, they’re just as scared of you as you are of them. As long as you don’t egg on or hurt them, they’re not going to hurt you.” That’s the direction I saw Nolan coming from and where I wanted to take it. I think [creator] Jeff [Davis], the writers, the producers and I worked together and Nolan was very much a character that we discovered together as the season went on. We were like, “Oh wow, here is this moment that I didn’t know existed before we actually shot it. Why don’t we expand on that in the next episode? Why don’t we talk about this history and background?”

I know when I first got the audition for the role, Nolan was only supposed to be in two episodes and they ended up expanding it to be the full [arc of 6B]. I definitely think that we found the character and kept peeling the layers back [as the season went by.] We opened the box and found these cute little gemstones that we could really bring to light. I think that was really run to dive into because it was a discovering process for everybody involved.

Hidden Remote: It definitely sounds like you had a lot of input in the Nolan we’re going to get to see this season. Was that something that you appreciated from the writers, that they were so open to your suggestions and incorporated them into forming this character?
As an actor, you’re kind of like the department head of your character. I take a very personal approach to my work. Whenever I have a character, they’re like my little baby. I just want to protect them and make sure they’re honest and real and that everyone is getting to see them to their core. Getting to work with people who are so open and really trusted my instincts as an actor, was really amazing. I think that makes it more fun too when everyone puts their heads together.

Hidden Remote: If given the chance, was there anything you would have changed about your time on the show or anything you wish you had been able to achieve during the arc?
If there was one thing I really wanted to explore that we didn’t get to see a lot of was Nolan in his own element, like in his house with his family. [I would have liked to have seen] what Nolan is like apart from the supernatural endeavors because the aspects that we see of Nolan are all very much the frightened kid version. I think it would be a cool take to show him in a comfortable setting where he’s happy. I definitely had to concoct his own backstory and it would have been cool to elaborate on that in the future.

Hidden Remote: You, of course, came into the cast very late in the game joining the cast in what will be the show’s final ten episodes. How was it for you to join this established cast – did you hit it off immediately with anyone in particular?
Before I went on set I was like, “This is Teen Wolf. This is a huge show. They’re all going to be super ego-heavy, monsters and I just need to hide in the corner and make sure I don’t talk to them.” (Laughs) That was my thought process going into. Don’t bother anybody, just do your thing. Show up to work and do your job. Thankfully it was quite the opposite. They were all so friendly and very much took me under their wing and guided me through everything.

Tyler Posey hung out with my dad on the set all the time. They played basketball together, it was just ridiculous. (Laughs) They were always hanging out and I [told my dad], “Dad, I think you’re closer to Tyler than I am” and he responds, “Probably buddy.”(Laughs)

Holland [Roden] and I are from the same High School and the same town. We had the same theater teacher, so we had lots to talk about. Charlie Carver was so gracious the entire time. He very much took me under his wing, explained the show to me and just really talked me through everything when he didn’t have to at all. He was very much like a big brother to me on set.

So yeah, they were nicer than I could have ever dreamed of. I’m very thankful to have had that kind of family, communal aspect on the set. I’m not related to any of them from prior seasons so I felt like I was crashing a funeral. (Laughs) It was the last season so everyone was so emotional and here is this dorky teenager in the background like, “Hey, I’m going to come do some work with you too.” Instead of setting me to the side, they put me under their wings. It was great.

Hidden Remote: Was there anyone that you didn’t get the chance to work with on the show that you would have loved to have been able to appear opposite of?

Gutierrez: Honestly, I think I got to act a fair amount with everybody this season. I’m very grateful. I had a slight moment with every actor that I wanted to work with, even the actors I didn’t think I’d get to work with because they’d left in a prior season. Those actors came back and I got to have some moments with them. I don’t have any scenes that I was like, “Dang, I wish I had this moment with this actor or got to work with that actor’”

Hidden Remote: You’ve also had the chance to join some of your co-stars at a few of the show’s con appearances, what has it been like hearing from and getting the chance to interact with the fans?

Gutierrez: I think it was the same experience with the TV show because I walked into it with the idea that they might be a little bit cold towards me because I’m the new kid on the block. They hadn’t even seen my character yet, so what reason do they have to like me, much less embrace me.

The crazy, cool thing about the Teen Wolf fandom is that everyone is so passionate and loving that there’s room in everybody’s heart for another person. All my photo ops and meet-and-greets this past weekend at WolfCon all sold out and they had to create new tickets for them and I’m just the new kid. There’s no reason for me to be in demand. So I thought that was so cool to see how embracing they were and how loving the [Teen Wolf] family, the Pack, is.

Hidden Remote: To say that the Teen Wolf fans are among the most passionate fans around might be an understatement. So I have to ask, what has been the craziest or most memorable moment thus far in interacting with the fans?
I remember when I first arrived there was one girl who walked up to me and asked for a picture and I thought that was so sweet and, “Ah, isn’t that great.” Then as I was getting in the van with Charlie, there were all these people taking pictures from the side and I thought, “Huh, that’s weird.” It didn’t really connect in that moment that they were trying to take pictures of us. (Laughs).

When I left the hotel the next morning, there was a group of French girls who had been camping outside of the hotel and asked to take pictures. That’s never happened to me before. And then when I was at the airport at my gate, people were taking pictures with their iPhones. So, yeah. It was just a new experience for me. It’s always great getting to meet people who you might have been talking to on Twitter or Instagram and getting to put a face to the name. I’ll have to get back with you because I’m still pretty new at this. I’ll call you in a few months with some crazier stories, I’m sure.

Hidden Remote: As we wrap things up, what’s next for you? Do you have any new projects you’re excited about or that you can share with fans hoping to follow you post-Teen Wolf ?
I have three things right now that I’m on hold for so I can’t talk about them because I’m testing for them. Hopefully, it will be soon when I can announce that. Aside from those little testing deals, I do have an EP coming out; it’s a conceptual EP. There’s going to be scenes, characters and music videos that’s definitely going to be like a little chapter book with music to go along with it. I’m very much excited to put that out in the world. It’s been a big part of me for the past three years. It’s cool to have your baby out in the world, so that will be coming soon.

A new episode of Teen Wolf airs tonight at 8/7c on MTV!

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