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One of Sunday’s back-to-back episodes of Teen Wolf (MTV, 8/7c) reveals the name of the mysterious, corpse-looking Big Bad of the final season — and it’s a mouthful. Fortunately, Ryan Kelley has a helpful alternative for fans.

“We just called him ‘Pulpy’ on set,” the actor tells TVLine. “He’s just this gooey, slippery, nasty guy — real creepy.” The interview continues;

Unfortunately, the villain’s weirdly adorable nickname is one of the few specific details Kelley can still recall from the final 10 episodes’ unconventional shoot.
“When we shot [Season 6B], we were kind of mixing and matching episodes, so it’s all a blur in my head,” he admits. “And it’s a been a minute, so I really only have a vague memory of what happened. Because certain characters were coming back, we had all these different schedules we had to work with. The poor writers had to write the first few episodes, then figure out how to end it, then write what was in between. It was really fun, but it was also kind of crazy.”

Below, Kelley talks more about the show’s impending conclusion, including the “loose ends” still to be tied up:

TVLINE | With so many villains on this show, Parrish ends up being a key component to defeating them. Why doesn’t the pack just go to him first?
[Laughs] Well, the thing about Parrish is that even he doesn’t have any idea what he’s doing. This is still new to him, so he’s figuring it out as he goes along. First he found out he’s a hellhound, then that he’s not the only hellhound, then that you can kill a hellhound with a single bullet. It’s been a lot.

TVLINE | Is there still more we’re going to learn about Parrish’s hellhound side?
This being the final season, and the fact that we all found out halfway through shooting Season 6, there are a lot of loose ends that need to be tied up. Fans of the show want to know more about every character, but because we only have X amount of time left, certain things probably won’t get to be answered.

TVLINE | Tell me about shooting those final episodes. Did it feel like the end?
It was bittersweet. A lot of us hoped we’d do Season 7, and that would be the final season, but at least we were lucky enough to find out with 10 episodes left to film. Some shows end without knowing if they’re getting another season — and then they’re canceled.

TVLINE | We’re seeing a few familiar faces pop up in the coming weeks. Did you get to work with anyone you hadn’t before?
Colton [Haynes], I think, is an amazing, hilarious human being. But Parrish and [Jackson] never got to cross paths. I thought that would have been pretty cool. And I’ve worked with him before, but Dylan [O’Brien] coming back to do the last few episodes was pretty neat.

TVLINE | Either way, it’s cool that Parrish gets to join the fight. Do you ever think back to your earliest days, before you even knew what Parrish was?
All the time. I knew there was something more to him, but I was originally given the impression that Parrish was going to be a hunter. He was going to be in the police force under Argent’s command. But with the way the story went, and certain people leaving the show, it didn’t make sense anymore. I’ve never gotten official confirmation on that, but I’m pretty sure that was the original plan. My only concern was that I wanted to be something worthy — something that could actually help in fights.

TVLINE | Speaking of the old days, what are your thought on the whole Parrish/Lydia thing? That was getting interesting before it was dropped.
[Laughs] They definitely teased you with it, then it didn’t happen. But whatever happened or didn’t, and whatever people were hoping for, Parrish did have a connection with Lydia — and vice versa. They’re both people who had recently discovered that they’re supernatural, so they went through the same thing. Parrish is a little older, but Lydia is wise beyond her years, so they clicked. They definitely had a friendship, and Parrish wanted something more, but it wasn’t his place to do anything. Because of timing and scripts and all that, it didn’t necessarily work out to the advantage of them as a couple. I also thought that last season, as Lydia was trying to find Stiles, those were some crazy powerful moments. One of my favorite scenes from the show was when Lydia was crying against the wall and Stiles was on the other side; they were so close that they could feel each other. The writers nailed that. So, personally, I’m sad that Lydia and Parrish didn’t get to explore their relationship more. But as a fan, I totally get it. It didn’t need to happen. Last season was an amazing storyline, and it couldn’t have happened if Lydia had been with Parrish.

TVLINE | While we’re talking about polarizing couples, do you have any thoughts on Scott and Malia? I doubt Parrish cares.
Malia is one of my favorite characters on the show. Shelley [Hennig] has amazing comedic timing. So her being able to have a connection is another interesting storyline I didn’t necessarily see right away. But now that we’re seeing it, it’s like, “Yeah, I get it. That can work.” … As for Parrish, as long as they’re happy and not hurting anyone, I’m sure he doesn’t care.

August 19, 2017


The cast of Teen Wolf attended San Diego’s Comic-Con one last time this weekend. Here are the photos of Colton Haynes during the Teen Wolf pressline.
Colton has played Jackson during the first two seasons of Teen Wolf and his character will return to Beacon Hills once more!


July 23, 2017


The cast of Teen Wolf accepted the very first Fandom Icon Award at FanFest yesterday.



The cast of Teen Wolf sit down for a live session on Facebook with MTV about the final 10 episodes.



Dylan O’Brien, Tyler Hoechlin, Colton Haynes, Charlie Carver, Michael Hogan and others are back for Teen Wolf’s final howl.
New this sixth and final season are, among others, Casey Deidrick (MTV’s Eye Candy), Andrew Matarazzo and Froy Gutierrez.

Teen Wolf Season 6B premieres July 30th on MTV at 8pm.



Colton Haynes is leaving his wedding in the hands of a professional — his fiancé, Jeff Leatham! The 28-year-old Rough Night star spoke to ET’s Jennifer Peros at the premiere of his film on Monday in New York City, where he opened up about his wedding plans.

“I suck at that stuff, and I do not want to help at all, so he’s gonna take care of it,” Haynes said of his artistic director and floral designer fiancé. “He’s the best. He just finished his biggest wedding of his career three days ago.”

Leatham has planned weddings for plenty of celebs, including Tina Turner, Chelsea Clinton, and Sofia Vergara.

After Haynes’ experience with a bachelorette party gone wrong in Rough Night, he doesn’t think they’ll have their own bachelor festivities.

“We’re just gonna have, you know, like the one in the movie, a little wine some cheese,” joked the actor, who rocked a black Bally suit at the NYC premiere.

But if he were to get a co-star to plan some bachelor party shenanigans, he insisted it would be Zoe Kravitz.

“She’s a frickin’ movie star. And she’s so chill and so easy going, and she just knows her way around everything,” he explained. “Or, like, Scarlett [Johansson] ‘cause she could get us on a yacht.”

Leatham proposed to Haynes with fireworks and a special message from Cher on the beach in March. And Haynes had his own proposal in May.

June 21, 2017


Colton Haynes has joined the cast of American Horror Story’s 7th season, Ryan Murphy confirmed on his Instagram:

Welcome to American Horror Story, Colton Haynes

Een bericht gedeeld door Ryan Murphy (@mrrpmurphy) op

June 21, 2017


Colton Haynes shared advice to his younger self about how to overcome anxiety in a new video for Child Mind Institute’s #MyYoungerSelf campaign.

“I think some advice I would give to myself when I was younger, especially about anxiety, would be that it’s OK to be anxious,” the Arrow actor, 28, told fans in a video message. “Also, a really, really good way to help yourself get over anxiety is to tell yourself that you’re excited instead of that you’re anxious.”

Haynes explained that he tried the tip when he was younger and it helped with his anxiety. “If you’re excited it’s almost the same feeling, but obviously without the panic part,” he said. “So, whenever you start to get a little anxious, just tell yourself, ‘I’m excited about this. I’m not anxious about this.’ And that really does tend to help.”

The Teen Wolf alum then shared a message to people battling mental health disorders. “You’re not alone. I think that that’s really something that I’ve learned in my recovery process for anxiety,” he said. “There’s millions of people out there who suffer from crippling anxiety, whether it be from fainting or from sweating or so many [other] different ailments from anxiety. There’s so many people that have it and suffer from it, so you’re not alone. It gets so much better once you’re able to learn the tools to cope with it.”

As for Haynes’ final piece of advice? “Sometimes just having a dance party can really, really, really help anxiety,” he added. “Or just breathing in for seven and out for 11.”

Every day in May, which is Mental Health Awareness Month, a different celebrity will share stories about their struggles with a mental health or learning disorder for Child Mind Institute’s #MyYoungerSelf campaign. “By speaking out, they will eradicate stigma and show children still struggling that there is a brighter future ahead,” a press release said.

[US Magazine.com]

May 8, 2017


Colton Haynes (Jackson) has confirmed he is engaged to boyfriend-turned-fiancé Jeff Leatham on his instagram;

I SAID YES!!! 💍💥❤️ @jeffleatham

Een bericht gedeeld door Colton Haynes (@coltonlhaynes) op

March 12, 2017


Teen Wolf’s Colton Haynes received the Human Rights Campaign’s Visibility Award at the group’s 17th annual gala this weekend (Saturday, August 27th);

The Teen Wolf star is being honored for the way he “has inspired countless LGBTq young people across the country and around the world to live their lives as their authentic selves,” said HRC President Chad Griffin in a statement.

“By simply being open about who he is, Haynes is helping to break down barriers and tear down closet doors,” added Griffin.

Haynes recently came out publicly as gay in an interview with Entertainment Weekly.

“People who are so judgmental about those who are gay or different don’t realize that acting 24 hours a day is the most exhausting thing in the world,” Haynes said in the interview.

The HRC gala took at the Seattle Sheraton on Saturday and included an auction to raise funds for LGBTQ causes.

[Source]

August 28, 2016


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