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Look who’s back in Beacon Hills! It’s Colton Haynes (Jackson)!

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Right now in the “Teen Wolf” universe, former lacrosse star/loathsome Kanima, Jackson Whittemore, is an expat making a name for himself in London, but in the real world, Colton Haynes, the actor behind the character, has made his Beacon Hills homecoming! Yesterday, show stars Tyler Hoechlin and Holland Roden tweeted photos of their ol’ pal hanging out on set, and though we don’t expect Jackson to pop up on Season 4, we certainly appreciate the reunion!

“Finally @coltonlhaynes & I are on the same soil!! Always and forever love this man. Thanks for the work visit:)” Holland tweeted with a photo that finds her beside a duck-lipped Colton. Tyler’s message, on the other hand, was a bit more mysterious. “Look who I found on the #TeenWolf set..” he wrote. The guys seemed genuinely happy to see each other — if only their characters had been able to follow suit!

Teen Wolf’s fourth season premieres June 23rd!

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May 21, 2014


AFTERBUZZ TV — Teen Wolf edition, is a weekly “after show” for fans of Teen Wolf. In this episode host Kristen Snyder breaks down the episode in which one last stand is made by Scott, Derek and their allies in the Season 3 finale. There to help Kristen is co-host June Lee. Also joining the conversation are special guests Skyler Maxon. Ian Stokes, Jeff Davis (Executive Producer), and Aaron Hendry (Nogitsune). It’s Teen Wolf’s “The Divine Move” podcast!

March 28, 2014


Gigi: So sad Isaac isn’t going to be a part of Teen Wolf’s fourth season. What can you tell us about the three new lacrosse players? I hope we will love them as much as Isaac!
Make that two new lacrosse players, as boss Jeff Davis tells us “Mason is not on the team,” a recent decision made by the writers. Still, Mason, Liam and Garrett “are younger characters who are brought in to complicate the lives of our main characters and they are really good!” But there’s one newbie Davis is really excited about. “Dylan Sprayberry is probably the biggest of the younger characters, playing Liam, and Tyler [Posey] and Dylan [O’Brien] are in love with him,” he gushes. “They have some really great scenes together, so I’m really hopeful that fans like him as much as we like him. He’s such a good kid and he’s a great actor.”

Source: E! Online

March 27, 2014


For Tyler Posey, filming the Teen Wolf scene in which his first true love, Allison Argent, dies in his arms was a moving experience, but it was actually a moment from the following week’s episode — tonight’s Season 3 finale — that hit home more than any other during his time playing Scott McCall.

Tyler, who’s normally 100 percent jokester when discussing his awesome MTV gig (and anything else, really), put on a more serious face with us recently when we asked him to recall his most challenging shoot day. “There’s a scene with me and Melissa [Ponzio], Scott’s mom, and Scott is devastated from the news about Allison, and she’s comforting him,” he begins in the exclusive interview clip below. After sharing a bit about his “natural” acting process, Tyler explains why this scene in particular truly touched a nerve, and prompted him to channel his own personal demons. “My mom is going through some stuff right now, and I was thinking about that, and it kind of put me in this place in my head where I was sad. It was just weird,” he tells us. “I don’t like to think about it, but I kind of forced myself to.” And pushing himself paid off. The moment was full of authentic, raw emotion, and looking back, Tyler recalls that it was also therapeutic.

“I think once you face things like that, it helps you kind of accept it and go along with it,” he says, “and at the same time it’s really rewarding. If you really felt like you did a good job, it instills faith in you that you can actually pull this career off.”

Check out the video for more from Tyler on his intense filming experience, and tell us what you thought of the scene!

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March 26, 2014


TVLINE | Stiles has been unrecognizable this season. How have you handled that huge shift?
It’s been incredible. I mean, I still can’t get over the fact that I’ve gotten to be on a show for a few years now — my whole acting career, literally — and that I’ve gotten to play a character that provides so much humor. And then to get an arc like this, and to do it with my family — I’ve been working with these people for the last four years of my life, and [they’re] really close to my heart — has been the best experience I could ask for as an actor.

TVLINE | Is this something you asked for, or did they just kind of throw it at you?
I wouldn’t say they threw it at me, but there was never really a discussion. The first time it came up was this one night when I sent an e-mail to [executive producer Jeff Davis] with some random thought like, “Hey, it could be really cool to go evil with Scott.” And he e-mailed me back immediately, saying, “It’s funny that you said that, because we were already planning to go evil with you.” My immediate thought was, “Whoa, really?” I was sort of nervous and not sure what to expect, but also so game to do it.

TVLINE | I have to say, you carried it well. I think everybody was really impressed.
I really cared about it. It was a huge challenge for me, and I was scared at first. I’ve never even tried something like this. But you have to just go for it, and that’s why I love acting; it’s made me face my fears and try things I’d normally be too uncomfortable to try. It’s therapeutic.

TVLINE | After so much dark material all season, what could possibly be left for Stiles in the finale?
Well, the void spirit is getting stronger, and with that, the real Stiles gets weaker. He’s essentially fading, so it’s mostly about that for Stiles. His priority is to kill the Nogitsune, and he’d rather die than continue to be responsible for so much destruction. At the same time, they still have no idea how to kill it, so…

Continue reading: @ TV Line

March 24, 2014


After three seasons of playing stoic Derek Hale, Tyler has practically become one with his character, but that doesn’t mean the job has become stale. In fact, when we asked him to recall his favorite scene to ever film on the series, it turned out to be a moment from a very recent episode. “That was the one time where Derek was not Derek,” he says of the experience. “It was just no rules, do whatever you want, just go for it and we’ll see what happens.”

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March 21, 2014


Do NOT continue reading if you have not seen “Insatiable” yet!

Jeff Davis, the show’s executive producer, said that MTV approached him before this season with the idea of shaking things up, perhaps with an untimely death. He was reluctant. “As the creator of the show, these characters were like my children,” he said.

Shortly after, Reed asked for a meeting and told Davis that she wanted to move on and do other things. So the decision to send her character off in a coffin was set.
“You can start to feel like (it’s) a cheap ratings grab,” he said. “Our audience feels so passionate about the show. The characters live and breathe for them, so you don’t want to cheapen it.”

But he was pleased that Reed gave the writers a chance to come up with a solid story, and he’s glad the memorial site was set up.
For the young “Teen Wolf” audience, the episode also offers a lesson that first love — no matter how passionately felt — is rarely last love. Even though Argent and McCall had broken up, and McCall was dating someone else, many fans of the show still wanted to see them get back together.
One thing Davis is still unsure about is whether it was a good idea to tease fans ahead of time that one of their favorite characters was going to die — a surefire way to convince fans not to miss it — or just spring it on them as a surprise.
“It’s a fine line between art and commerce,” he said. “It’s hard to say.”

For all the content being offered on the site, “the most important thing you’ll find when you log on is other fans,” Fishman said. For MTV, the possibility exists that the site could backfire, and be filled with angry messages that reflect poorly on the show.
“I actually think that this is a place where they can express their anger,” Davis said. “I’m OK with that.”
Reed may be able to defuse any anger with her website interview, where she discusses her desire to move on to other work, so people won’t feel that her character was killed off against her will.

Source: NY Post

March 18, 2014


Do NOT continue reading if you haven’t seen last night’s Insatiable yet!

ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY: Why?!?! Wait, let me start over. Deciding to leave the show was obviously a tough call to make. Tell me how you decided it was time.
CRYSTAL REED: I love the art. And I felt like, creatively, there were things I wanted to do differently, and I wanted to explore other avenues of film and TV. I wanted to jump into different characters. You know, I’m 29. So I think the age difference was something I wanted to change as well because she’s 17. I love the show so much. So I went to Jeff and talked about it and he said, “We’ll write you a great ending.”
When was this conversation?

We were a couple of episodes into [season 3], and I spoke with my team and expressed that I wanted to do different things and explore different avenues and tell different stories. And they were completely supportive of me and said I should talk to [creator] Jeff [Davis]. It was such a nerve-wrackng day but he’s such a great guy and person. It’s not always that people will always let you leave the show. So I’m really, really grateful for that.

What is it like to say goodbye?
It was really difficult. The last week was really hard because I have spent so much time with these people and with the crew and with the cast. I didn’t expect for it to be as difficult as it was. I remember driving to do a scene, we were supposed to shoot in Long Beach, and I was crying the entire way and I remember calling Jeff and saying, “I don’t think I can do this. I don’t think I can let her go.” And he said, “It’s going to be great” and said the most beautiful things to me. Still, it was really difficult. It’s so hard for me to say goodbye to her. I really love her.

Tell me about filming your last scene.
Well, I haven’t seen it yet, so I don’t know what’s going to happen. Sometimes you film things, and it turns out very differently…usually for the better. So I don’t know what it’s going to look like… But the moment was really hard for me because we as people will never be able to act a death scene properly because we will never go through it and if we do, then we’re dead. [Laughs] So the actual physical act of it was hard; I did a lot of research on how she would be actually dying in this circumstance, so I had to bear that in mind. So, as she was dying and she had her last breath, I was saying my lines and I kept saying, “I love you. I love you. I love you. I love you.” And I remember one of the producers came over and said, “Please don’t say that because she loves Isaac.” [But] I do feel like Allison still loves Scott. And I think in that moment, she said she loves him because that’s still there. So it was hard for me to hold back those feelings because as an actor, I feel like that’s still there. So I don’t know how it’s going to turn out, but it was interesting for me as an actor because I so strongly felt the urge to say it to him even though she wasn’t supposed to. So that was interesting.

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March 18, 2014


March 18, 2014


Teen Wolf is welcoming two new members to the team in season four.
Mason Dye and Khylin Rhambo are set to join the MTV hit series in heavily recurring roles, E! News has exclusively learned.
Dye, who recently starred in Lifetime’s Flowers in the Attic, will play a Garrett, a new student and member of the Beacon Hills lacrosse team (Yes, lax is back in season four!), while Ender’s Game’s Rhambo will also play a new member of the team, the funny freshman Mason, who is out, but not your stereotypical gay character.

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March 12, 2014


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