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MTV has exclusively shared some stills of The Maze Runner: The Death Cure, the third installment of The Maze Runner’s series starring Dylan O’Brien as Thomas;

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In the new movie pic, we get a good look at the rest of the returning group – featuring Thomas and Newt again, who are joined by Harriet (Nathalie Emmanuel), Sonya (Katherine McNamara), Brenda (Rosa Salazar) and Frypan (Dexter Darden).

The third movie in the series is setto follow the plot of the third Maze Runner book: continuing on from the events in The Scorch Trails, in which hero Thomas and the gang search for a cure for the deadly Flare virus.

Maze Runner: The Death Cure will hit UK cinemas on 9 February 2018. Check back on MTV for all the latest trailers, updates and more.

September 21, 2017


Dylan O’Brien is back in the spotlight following the serious accident that nearly ended his career — and could have ended his life. The accident occurred on the set of The Maze Runner: The Death Cure back in March 2016 and reportedly was the result of a stunt gone wrong. O’Brien prefers to keep the details of the accident private, but it’s been reported that he suffered a concussion, facial fracture, and brain trauma.

“I was in a really tough place,” O’Brien, 26, told MTV News correspondent Josh Horowitz while promoting his new film American Assassin in New York City.

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At the time of the Maze Runner accident, O’Brien, a burgeoning Hollywood star, was in talks to star in spy thriller American Assassin, director Michael Cuesta’s big screen adaptation of the Vince Flynn bestselling novel series of the same name. Instead of finding a new actor to portray their leading man Mitch Rapp, producers waited until O’Brien was ready and able to commence production on American Assassin.

“I have to give them a lot of credit because they stuck with me, man,” he said. “They didn’t jump ship and go look for another actor. They pushed the movie and wanted to stick with me.”

But whether or not O’Brien wanted to stick with American Assassin following the accident was another story. The Teen Wolf star had not only suffered extensive physical injuries from the accident, but there was also a lot of psychological trauma to deal with as well. O’Brien didn’t even know if he could ever feel safe on a movie set again, let alone act on one.

“I was struggling with a lot stuff,” he said. “I was not confident in my ability to just leap back onto a set. It took a lot of work. Even up to the last minute, there was so much doubt and so much fear. Genuinely. Ultimately, I thought it would be best to push through all that. My thinking was that it would help me, [and] it really did.”

It turns out that getting back to work was exactly what O’Brien needed to feel like himself again. However, that doesn’t mean he’s the same person he was 18 months ago.

“I’ve learned a lot from the past year of my life. In a lot of weird ways, it made me grow,” O’Brien said. “I was really angry for a long time. At this point I’m really at peace with it and really happy that I’m OK.”

American Assassin hits theaters September 15.

September 10, 2017


Executive Producer Jeff Davis took over the official twitter acount for Teen Wolf and answered all of our questions. Be sure to tune in tonight for a new episode of Teen Wolf!

– Stiles and Lydia will be re-united soon.
– Lydia’s afraid of losing Stiles again.
– Stiles will be pissed that no one has told him about recent events in Beacon Hills.
– Derek will be back before the last episode.
– Tyler Hoechlin (Derek) and JR Bourne (Argent) have some great scenes together.
– One of Jeff Davis’ favorite scenes is when Scott’s pushing through the mountain-ash in 3×12.
– Jeff would rewrite 3×20 so the subplot with Stiles’s mom worked – they had to cut it out.
– Deaton’s back in tonight’s episode (August 20th episode).
– Derek and Peter will have a bit of a family reunion.
– Dylan is taking Roscoe (the jeep) home.
– We’ll see Brett (Cody Saintgnue) one more time.
– If Jeff Davis could be any Teen Wolf character, it’d be Isaac.
– There will be a soundtrack released.
– Theo and Liam will team up again.
– Jackson has had a lot of personal growth.
– Malia begins to feel the effects of the fear tonight.

August 20, 2017


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



MTV just released a new trailer for Teen Wolf’s final episodes. The final fight begins July 30th.

July 20, 2017


Because now we apparently talk of “reboots” before a show has actually ended, MTV is said to be in early discussions with Teen Wolf creator Jeff Davis about reviving the not-yet-dead drama as an anthology series, TVLine published:

The basic cabler is talking with Davis about the idea of bringing the series back within “a couple of years” with a predominantly “new class” (because everyone loved Saved by the Bell: The New Class, right?) and new setting. What’s more, the series’ current storyline is expected to continue beyond the “final” 10 episodes in the form of a Serial-esque podcast.

“These characters and these stories have hit a peak,” MTV president Chris McCarthy told The Hollywood Reporter. “We are talking with Jeff about how do we actually keep that franchise alive. And the beauty of the evolution of media is you can see the series going on through a series of podcasts and then see a resurrection of a new class in a couple years.”
Again, Teen Wolf‘s alleged final season isn’t even over yet. Season 6B — which features the returns of Jackson, Derek, Stiles and Ethan (watch trailer) — premieres Sunday, July 30 at 8/7c.

July 19, 2017


Teen Wolf has not taken its final curtain call at San Diego Comic-Con. Let out the celebratory howls!

MTV announced today that the series — which is returning on Sunday, July 30 — will return to the Con for their last bow at the annual pop culture event. Tyler Posey, Dylan Sprayberry, Shelley Hennig, Cody Christian, Khylin Rhambo and executive producer Jeff Davis will appear in Hall H (their first time on this big stage after several years in Ballroom 20) on Thursday, July 20 at 2pm ET/PT. There will be a few surprises in tow, and fans will get to watch an exclusive, extended sneak peek of the highly anticipated final season.

But that’s not all: The cast will hit the convention center floor for a signing with fans, at Fox Booth #4229, on Friday, July 21. MTV will also be on the ground with the “MTV Fandom Fest” interactive experience on July 21 at Petco Park, hosted by Tyler Posey.

Be sure to stay with MTV News for more Teen Wolf and San Diego Comic-Con updates!

[MTV.com]

July 6, 2017


It’s time to celebrate in Beacon Hills: The Teen Wolf gang just completed their 100th — and final — episode. And the MTV gang commemorated the occasion with a sweet and ornate treat;

The cast — including Tyler Posey, Holland Roden, Dylan Sprayberry, Shelley Hennig, JR Bourne (in spirit!), executive producer Jeff Davis, Khylin Rhambo, Melissa Ponzio, Ryan Kelley, Susan Walters, Linden Ashby, Gideon Emery, Ian Bohen, Sibongile Mlambo, Froy Gutierrez and Andrew Matarazzo — happily posed in front of an elaborate cake featuring symbols associated with the long-running series. And that decorated dessert, courtesy of HelenaWirthCakes! There’s Scott’s pack, claw marks, the Nemeton, Derek Hale’s tattoo the Triskele, Allison Argent’s pendant, a forest with wolves, a Beacon Hills High School sign, and of course, the beloved Jeep.

Teen Wolf officially wraps today (hold your tears).

[MTV.com]

EW.com wrote the following;

Turning 100 has never looked so good.

On Thursday, the cast of Teen Wolf gathered on-set to celebrate filming their milestone 100th episode … which will also be the show’s last. With the MTV drama officially wrapping for good on Friday, the large ensemble enjoyed an elaborate and delicious looking cake.

Present for the occasion was Tyler Posey, Dylan Sprayberry, Shelley Hennig, Tyler Posey, Holland Roden, Khylin Rhambo, Melissa Ponzio, Ryan Kelley, Susan Walters, Linden Ashby, Gideon Emery, Ian Bohen, Sibongile Mlambo, Froy Gutierrez, and Andrew Matarazzo. Notably absent from the festivities was Dylan O’Brien, who is not confirmed to return for the show’s final run.

This summer, Teen Wolf will be back for the second half of season 6 and its final 10 episodes.



The good news: Stiles is finally back on Teen Wolf. The bad news: He’s hanging out with the Hale we love to hate, MTV has the details;

In a preview for next week’s episode, below, the beloved Beacon Hills teen meets up with none other than Peter Hale, whom we haven’t seen since he was locked up after trying to steal Scott’s Alpha powers in Season 4. And get this: The two seem to be existing in some sort of weird parallel universe reminiscent of the Upside Down in Stranger Things (if the Upside Down were indeed an old train station).

But is having Malia’s old man around all that bad? Maybe not, since the former Alpha seems to know a thing or two about the Ghost Riders and their Wild Hunt.

“They ride the lightning,” he tells Stiles the clip. “They are an unstoppable force of nature, but I promise you, they don’t make pit stops in train stations. If this is the Wild Hunt, there is no escape. You and I are doomed to ride the storm forever.”

But what does Stiles think about Peter’s gloomy assessment of the situation? Watch the clip to find out, and see it all go down Tuesday at 9/8c. (You won’t want to miss this ep — trust us.)

December 10, 2016


Shelley Hennig and Tyler Posey put each other to the test playing ‘This or That.’

November 15, 2016


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