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KLZ Events brings the second edition of the convention for fans of MTV’s TV series Teen Wolf in Belgium: WereWolfCon will be held on October 29th and 30th 2016 in The Egg Gallery in Brussels! Confirmed guests are Holland Roden (attending Saturday), Cody Saintgnue, Ryan Kelley, Arden Cho, Ian Bohen, Charlie and Max Carver and Daniel Sharman. More details here!

Fancy a sneak peek at Dylan O’Brien in his new movie, Deepwater Horizon? It’s out in cinemas September 29th! Dylan O’Brien plays Caleb Holloway.

September 8, 2016

Once Teen Wolf alum Tyler Hoechlin mastered the art of suiting up as Superman, his next heroic act in transforming into the Man of Steel this fall on Supergirl was just as trying: learning how to fly.

Spoiler alert: Hoechlin doesn’t actually possess the power of flight. Nor does Melissa Benoist, who portrays the titular heroine on The CW’s super series. To achieve that feat, there’s a bit of TV magic involving wires and green screen needed. So, just how difficult is it to fly? Continue reading to find out;

“I wouldn’t use the word difficult,” Hoechlin tells EW. “I would use the word painful after hour seven or eight. It’s a harness that’s not necessarily the most comfortable thing to wear. It really only holds you up with two straps and they go from the back part of your waist, through the legs, up to the front part of the waist, and so it’s just not the most comfortable way to be supporting your entire body weight for that amount of time.”

Fortunately for the newbie superhero, Hoechlin suffered no major mishaps during his first time in the rig. “No falling upside down, none of that yet,” he says. “I’ve spared myself embarrassment for the moment. So far I’m one for one, so we’ll see if day two brings any problems.”

Hoechlin concedes, “At the end of the day, you’re flying around in a Superman costume — it’s really hard to complain.”

Hoechlin will make his Supergirl debut in the Monday, Oct. 10 premiere on The CW. Read about his experience suiting up here, and find out how he landed the role here.

For more from Tyler Hoechlin’s interview, pick up the new issue of Entertainment Weekly, on newsstands now.


September 7, 2016

Teen Wolf’s Charlie and Max Carver participated in the remake of The Black Eyed Peas’ Where is the love? They can be seen in the video below together with The Black Eyed Peas, Jamie Foxx, Jessie J, Nikki Reed, The Game, Jaden Smith, Mary J. Blige and Usher to name a few;

Celebrities that took part in this version:
The Black Eyed Peas
Justin Timberlake
Jamie Foxx
The Game
Mary J. Blige
Jessie J
Nicole Scherzinger
DJ Khaled
Andra Day
Tori Kelly
Wiz Khalifa
Ty Dolla $ign
Jaden Smith
ASAP Rocky
Charlie Carver
Max Carver
Daniel Sharman

Vanessa Hudgens

September 6, 2016

Meet your new Superman!

Teen Wolf alum Tyler Hoechlin ditches his fangs (and facial hair) to reach new heights on The CW’s Supergirl this fall as Clark Kent, a.k.a. The Man of Steel. EW sat down with Tyler Hoechlin to talk about his role as Superman on Supergirl and how he landed the role;

“Honestly, it was the strangest thing — there wasn’t an audition,” Hoechlin tells EW. “I had a great meeting with [executive producers] Greg Berlanti and Andrew Kreisberg [in June]. I had been told that the meeting would have something to do with Supergirl, but nothing really specific. Halfway through, they brought up the idea of introducing Superman to the show and asked if I’d be interested. I said, ‘Yeah, absolutely. I’m obviously a fan.’ I believe that was on a Monday. On Friday, we got a call with the offer, so it was very quick. It was very flattering, and I wish every job came about that way.”

[Read more here…]

September 4, 2016

Tyler Hoechlin may have landed the role of Superman faster than a speeding bullet (more on that soon!), but the real trouble came when the Teen Wolf star had to suit up for the first time in the iconic red and blue spandex for his upcoming turn as the Man of Steel on Supergirl.

“The first couple of times it definitely took longer to get into,” Hoechlin tells EW of trying on the super suit. “I started to think that Superman’s greatest power was actually being able to just jump into [the suit] as quickly as he does, because it’s not quite as smooth the first couple of times you do it.” The interview continues;

Though the actor is only slated to appear in the first two episodes of the season as Kara’s (Melissa Benoist) cousin Clark Kent, Hoechlin now has suiting up down to a science. “It’s kind of like putting on a wetsuit,” he says. “I’ve introduced an old surfing trick, so if put a plastic bag over my feet and hands when I put it on, that seems to cut down a little bit of time, so that’s been helpful in the process.”

Actually wearing the Man of Steel’s costume, however, is a different beast altogether, with Hoechlin calling the experience very surreal. “It’s one of those things where you put it on, and it’s the nicest Halloween costume you’ve ever worn,” he says. “Then, once you step on set, it becomes something different because people actually start addressing you as Superman. You’re in the scenes, and people are playing along that you are Superman, so that’s when it really hits you for a second. You have to then believe that you are this person, and just really own it and roll with it. That was really the moment that it hit closest to home.”

Stay tuned for more scoop from Tyler Hoechlin on joining Supergirl, which returns Monday, Oct. 10 at 8 p.m. ET on The CW.

September 1, 2016

Certain Teen Wolf supernaturals are known to let out a few howls — and now, some of the stars from the long-running series are using the trademark animal sound for a great reason, MTV shared;

The #Howl4ACure campaign, which is currently active across social media with a bunch of Beacon Hills’ finest supporting it, is encouraging everyone to share their best howl along with the aforementioned hashtag to help spread awareness about cystic fibrosis and support the work being done by the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation (an explainer video is featured above).

Then the Teen Wolf cast — including Holland Roden, Charlie Carver, Max Carver, Ryan Kelley, Ian Bohen and JR Bourne — will celebrate the campaign on September 7 with an interactive free live stream with games, special guests and surprises (!!) on a new app called Bidchat. The broadcast will be available in the US on the mobile app and worldwide on the web platform. Viewers can also bid for windows of time to interact with the cast live in split-screen — and proceeds from the winning bids and direct donations in the app will benefit the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation.

A bit of background about this specific cause and why it’s personal for the TW crew: JR’s niece Madison was born with the genetic disease 17 years ago, and the actor has long been a champion of the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation. Soon after landing the role of Chris Argent, his activism began to evolve in a different, but fantastic, direction.

“When I started doing conventions for the show, I realized it was an amazing platform for discussing the disease and raising money for the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation,” JR told MTV News. “The fans went above and beyond to show their love and support.”

Looking forward, what do the thespians want participants to take away from #Howl4ACure?

“We hope people learn something about the disease and how organizations like the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation really are essential to advancements in medical science,” Charlie explained. “And when you show love towards one community and lend your support, you’re really sending out a much larger message to the world. So I also hope that this #Howl4ACure campaign inspires others to take action on the causes they care about.”

And now, the howling. Before you upload your submission, here are some helpful tips from the twins.

“It’s got to start from the feet and shoot all the way up,” Charlie disclosed, while adding “it’s a full-body experience.”

Max’s take? “A howl is an expression of the self. You do you. Howl like nobody’s watching.”

With that, upload your howl clips now and use #Howl4ACure, then be sure to participate in the September 7 extravaganza!

Production on The Maze Runner: The Death Cure starring Dylan O’Brien will start up again in February, sources tell Deadline. The production had shut down after O’Brien was sidelined after being seriously injured on the set on March 17 while filming the third installment of the popular YA franchise and was hospitalized with injuries to his face.

The production was supposed to start up on May 9 but that was postponed, as was the release date, to give O’Brien more time to convalesce. Fox had pushed the film’s release date from February 17, 2017, to January 12, 2018.

O’Brien was said to fractured either his cheekbone or orbital socket after a stunt sequence went awry.

The crew went their separate ways after the second postponement, but now schedules have been worked out to move forward early next year, albeit in a new location. Maze Runner: The Death Cure still will be directed by Wes Ball. The script by T.S. Nowlin was adapted from one of the series of the popular books by James Dashner. Wyck Godfrey, Ellen Goldsmith-Vein and Lee Stollman are the producers.

August 30, 2016

Teen Wolf’s Dylan Sprayberry attended the 2016 MTV Video Music Awards that were held on August 28th. Here are the photos, credit goes to Adoring Shelley Hennig:

August 29, 2016

Teen Wolf’s Shelley Hennig attended the 2016 MTV Video Music Awards that were held on August 28th. Here are the photos:

August 29, 2016

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