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I have added photos of Tyler Posey attending the 2017 Teen Choice Awards on August 13th.


August 14, 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.

Guests:
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.



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.



While we might’ve missed it when the cast was first announced, Dobrev is actually teaming up with fellow CW star Tyler Hoechlin for the movie, and we are now even more excited to see it. The two never worked together on The CW, so it’ll be exciting to see them cross paths here.

If you blinked, you might not have noticed that Dobrev’s most recent on-set post from Departures actually features the Supergirl actor. Hoechiln is set to play Frank while Dobrev is playing Izzy. These characters are a far cry from what we’ve come to know these CW stars as.

Dobrev’s character appears to be a flight attendant, while Hoechlin’s role is that of one of the main baggage handlers, who wears those neon-striped vests and big headphone on the tarmac. It’s SO different than that of a human/doppelgänger/vampire, and Clark Kent aka Superman, don’t you think?

[People’s Choice Blog]

June 17, 2017


Since Teen Wolf is ending, I decided to also look into the casts’ other projects. Tyler Hoechlin can be seen in The CW’s Supergirl as Superman/Clark Kent, I have added the screencaptures of 2×21: “Resist” and the Season 2 finale 2×22: “Nevertheless, She Persisted” to our photo archives


May 29, 2017


Since Teen Wolf is ending, I decided to also look into the casts’ other projects. Tyler Hoechlin can be seen in The CW’s Supergirl as Superman/Clark Kent, I have added the screencaptures of 2×02: “The Last Children of Krypton” to our photo archives

May 28, 2017


Since Teen Wolf is ending, I decided to also look into the casts’ other projects. Tyler Hoechlin can be seen in The CW’s Supergirl as Superman/Clark Kent, I have added the screencaptures of 2×01: “The adventures of Supergirl” to our photo archives

May 28, 2017


Supergirl’s second season wraps up Monday, and as we head into the hour, our hero (Melissa Benoist) is set to throwdown with her own kind—cousin Superman (Tyler Hoechlin), who has fallen under the sway of Mon-El’s mother, Queen Reah (Teri Hatcher, giddily serving up a level of evil camp we never could have imagined back when she played Lois Lane!).

Obviously, Clark can’t stay bad for long, so TV Insider swiped some time with the superhumanly handsome Hoechlin to talk about his return, what we can expect after Rhea’s spell wears off and how great it is that Kara isn’t bumped to second place by her famous cousin.

How is it now? It’s such a big swing for an actor to play Superman, but your portrayal was so well received. We love this guy!
Tyler Hoechlin:
Well, thank you. Yeah, it was definitely a different feeling this time. I think that the first time he came in, there was a lot of attention on the suit—we wanted to make sure it looked the right way—and then really getting into what he’s like and his different personalities around different people. This time was nice to jump back into it going, “Oh, okay, so people like what we’re doing here.” That’s a nice thing to know. It felt pretty good the first time, but there was still a little bit of that [trepidation]. So there was more of a relaxed feeling this time, which was a lot of fun.

You and Melissa have a fight sequence tonight that is just epic. How long did it take you guys to film that?
It was definitely not one that we shot quickly and then moved on to something else. We spent a little bit of time on this, for a couple days. It was a lot of work, it’s a big fight. So we worked on it a lot. Multiple days.

You had done wire work with Teen Wolf, right?
I did. I did a little wire work here and there with Teen Wolf. Yeah. Like once or twice before, so I was somewhat familiar with it and the uncomfortable harnesses that you have to wear. [Laughs] But yeah, it was, I would probably say that my first two episodes here prepped me more and now I have a quite a bit of green screen work for the first time.

How is it working with Melissa? You two have nailed that familial fondness.
That is the best thing that it was nice working with Melissa. We had known each other beforehand, and she’s just like the biggest sweetheart. So it was really fun to jump in there and feel like we can just kind of slip into these characters really easily. I mean, honest to God, we joke about it, but I do think that on set, when we’re around each other, we physically turn into Clark and Kara.

What can you tell us about his return? After that cliffhanger, it’s clear he’s under Queen Rhea’s spell.
What can I tell you about his return? I would say that Clark is eager to get back to help in whatever way he can, and be there to assist Kara, Supergirl, and her team. It’s obviously a very dire situation. And once again, I don’t think he’s there to “save the day” on his own. I think he’s there to help in whatever way he feels that they need him to help.

Which is so great, that it’s clear she is just as much a hero as he is and that he’s there to help, not take over.
No. It’s always a team, I think it’s always a team. And I appreciate that message.

How great was it to share scenes as Superman with a former Lois Lane?
It was so fun. Because Lois & Clark was the one I grew up with, Teri Hatcher is the Lois Lane that I knew. And so to be on set with her and being in the suit, that’s how we met. I mean…it was great.

Yeah, it’s fun to put back the suit, right?
Oh yeah, oh, yeah. Definitely nice to jump back into it!

And that supersuit has multiple pieces, right?
Oh no, it’s one piece.

You have the original male romper!
[Laughs] Yes. Yes I do!

Oh, one last thing! In the musical episode, Barry Allen (Grant Gustin) sang to Kara that he’s “not impressed by your more famous cousin.” What is your response Flash’s diss?
I hope we get a chance to see his response. That’s all I can say. [Laughs]

Supergirl airs Mondays, 8/7c, The CW. Season 2 finale airs tonight (May 22nd).

May 22, 2017


The CW’s Supergirl’s season finale is right around the corner and for those who follow Supergirl might have seen the return of Superman played by Tyler Hoechlin. Tyler Hoechlin says that the battle between the two is a little more complicated than it appears;

Why is Superman fighting against Supergirl?! — Ramona
We’ll find out in the finale, but surely Rhea has had a hand in this. Either way, the showdown between supers is going to be both physically and emotionally damaging. “Any time you find yourself squaring off against someone that’s family, it takes on a little bit more of a toll,” Tyler Hoechlin tells me. “But that’s something you’re going to have to wait and see to find out; it’s a little more complicated than it appears.”

[EW.com]

May 20, 2017


Tyler Hoechlin fans… Get ready! Tyler Hoechlin’s returning to The CW’s Supergirl, E! Online can confirm;

The Man of Steel is coming back to National City!

E! News can exclusively reveal that Tyler Hoechlin is officially returning to Supergirl for its season two finale! No story details are available yet, but his presence alone should be enough to excite Supergirl fans everywhere after his first appearance on the show got rave reviews.

Kara’s (Melissa Benoist) cousin originally made his way to National City in the season two premiere to help deal with a malfunctioning LexCorp spacecraft, and then hung out for another episode before returning to Metropolis, knowing that Supergirl could handle things on her own. His exit made it clear he could easily return, and now the time is apparently right.

After Superman’s last appearance, executive producer Andrew Kreisberg said he definitely hoped to bring Hoechlin back.

“We’re thrilled with working Tyler, which has been an amazing experience,” he told reporters at the time. “We just selfishly hope we get to do it again because it really added to the show in a way,” he said.

Kreisberg also credited the success of Supergirl’s Superman to the fact that Hoechlin was playing a Superman we hadn’t seen much of before.

“We very cognizant of not wanting him to come in and steal her thunder, so this Superman that we designed was something that you really haven’t seen too much of,” Kreisberg said. “Usually when you see Superman, even when it’s in the Christopher Reeve movie or Man of Steel or Lois & Clark, he’s just starting out and we wanted to show Superman who’s been doing this for a decade and has gotten really, really good at it.”
“He was really coming in as a supporting character for Kara, to be a friend and a cousin and a mentor,” he continued. “We simultaneously wanted to have a Superman who was relatable and fun and sort of everything that you remember about Superman from your childhood that was great, while also, at the same time, de-mystifying him a little bit.”

Supergirl airs Mondays at 8 p.m. on the CW.

April 12, 2017


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