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Hi everyone!

It’s been a LONG time since I’ve posted anything here. I’ve been insanely busy with my personal life and didn’t feel like updating the website since the series ended.
I’ve tried for a long time to stay up to date with anything and everything related to Teen Wolf and its cast.

Unfortunately, due to recent events regarding the whole “Black Lives Matter”-movement, I’ve felt hurt and felt deeply disappointed by Teen Wolf’s social media manager.
While I don’t condone racism and discrimination in any way, shape or form, I’ve been very annoyed, but mostly disappointed with the way they fight against racism and discrimination.
Teen Wolf’s social media manager AKA the person who’s publishing posts and tweets has recently shared a document with a headline literally saying: “Anti-racism recources for white people.”
While I absolutely support any helpful recourse, I don’t support racism and discrimination as mentioned above. Therefore, I am no longer supporting Teen Wolf.

It’s all on our shoulders to be better, to be kinder and to spread love instead of fueling an already burned home.
It’s all on us to fight for equality, and we do that by fighting together, to change our hearts and minds, to learn from our mistakes and to educate the next generation to be better.

I sincerely hope and wish for racism and discrimination to end.
I sincerely support and love the “Black Lives Matter”-movement.
I sincerely support and love the “All Lives Matter”-movement.

Spread love, not hate.
Unite, don’t divide.
Treat people how you want to be treated.

I want to thank each and every single one of you for giving me the opportunity to share anything and everything about Teen Wolf and its cast.
It’s been an amazing run! Almost 11 years! Teen Wolf Online was founded and launched back in 2011, less than a month since the Pilot’s airdate, which was June 5th, 2011.
I am forever grateful for the opportunity to have met amazing people online and offline since the launch, and I am forever grateful to have met part of the cast.

Thank you!


I am NOT sharing their source. If you want to know which source I am talking about, check Teen Wolf’s official social media accounts. I am aware that Teen Wolf’s social media accounts did not write the article, yet they are sharing it on their official accounts.

June 4, 2020

Upfront New York sat down with Teen Wolf’s Andrew Matarazzo to talk about Teen Wolf, Youtube and more;

upfrontNY: How did you get your start in acting and when did you know that this was what you wanted to do?
Andrew Matarazzo:
I had always found a reason to be on stage since I was little; talent shows, school plays, singing for my parent’s and their friends. In middle school I joined drama class and I was lucky to get some big parts in musicals and plays which is where I got a hang of all the basics. It wasn’t until around 14, 15, when I watched the film Stand by Me and realized River Phoenix was only 15 in that film. His performance blew me away. I didn’t realize I could start being serious about acting NOW. I always thought of it as something I could grow up to be. That was really the shift for me.

upfrontNY: Can you tell us about your role as Gabe in Teen Wolf?
Andrew Matarazzo:
Gabe was introduced as a student at Beacon Hills High and right away you get a sense that he’s going to be problematic. I think with a lot of aggressive and stand-offish characters, its really a facade for something deeper within. Fear, insecurities, lack of sense of self. So Gabe had all these things that made him an easy target for manipulation. In season 6 Monroe, who poses as a guidance counselor at the school, but is in fact a Hunter of werewolves, converts Gabe to join her and their plan to basically cleanse the world of supernaturals. Gabe then becomes a major issue for the werewolf pack and the school itself. He’s very impulsive and trigger happy because he just wants to prove himself regardless of the consequences.

upfrontNY: What was the best part of being on this show?
Andrew Matarazzo:
Other than getting to do what I love the most every day, with a great group of people, it was more the aftermath of the experience. The people I met and became friends with, the incredible fandom that came with it, and getting to travel the world representing Teen Wolf on panels and comic cons. It was a dream.

upfrontNY: Do you have a favorite memory from being on the set of Teen Wolf?
Andrew Matarazzo:
Definitely when I was told that I was going to be written into more and more episodes as the show progressed. It just made me feel validated for the hard work I was putting in and I got so lucky to keep exploring my character.

upfrontNY: You have many other credits including Jane the Virgin, Speechless, Criminal minds. What would be your dream role?
Andrew Matarazzo:
I would love to do a period piece. I played him before on stage, but I’d love to play a character like Amadeus Mozart, or someone in iconic in history. I just love the research part of playing someone real.

upfrontNY: You also have a YouTube Channel filled with wonderful covers including Senorita and Bad Guy. How do you choose the songs you want to cover?
Andrew Matarazzo:
I feel like I’m never looking for my next cover, it always just hits me when I hear it. I have a very specific sense of what my vibe is in music and what resonates with me so when I hear a song I just know right away. Its not always the most popular song, sometimes its an old song, sometimes its something that no one would guess I’d try. But I just know.

upfrontNY: What songs have you not yet covered that you want to and is there an artist that you would love to feature with you on your channel?
Andrew Matarazzo:
I’ve been meaning to do a version of ‘Bennie and the Jets’ by Elton John but timing hasn’t worked out just yet. As far as artists I want to collaborate with, of course I’d love any of my musical influences who are way beyond Youtube covers, but also I just started using Youtube not too long ago so I’m getting a feel for who is out there in that space. I’d love to start cross pollinating with other singers on Youtube who inspire me. I have to explore more. Just recently I messaged a girl I heard singing on stage at a mall, and she blew me away. I’m always open to collaborations with musicians who inspire me.

upfrontNY: I noticed on your Instagram that you have done a lot of traveling. What has been your favorite location that you have visited and what is on your travel bucket list?
Andrew Matarazzo:
Paris and Rome hold special places in my heart but my favorite places I’ve been are Venice, Italy and Bahia, Brazil. I really want to make it to Greece and Japan.

upfrontNY: You were recently in NYC. Can you describe your favorite thing about the city?
Andrew Matarazzo:
I lived in Philly for some time and spent a lot of time in New York and I find myself there more and more for work these last few years. I always felt my personality was more east coast so when I’m in New York I always feel recharged and inspired. I don’t know that I can live there because its a bit chaotic but I love visiting.

upfrontNY: What is next for you?
Andrew Matarazzo:
Both projects I’ve been working on have brought me such anxiety because I can say very little about them! But one of them is an animated show and my first voice over job. The other is…its TV, but anything else I say I feel the fan-detectives are going to be onto me! There’s also some cool music stuff in the works, including a collaboration with one of my Teen Wolf co-stars, Arden Cho.

September 7, 2019

In the not-too-distant future of Weird City, Stu (Dylan O’Brien) and Burt (Ed O’Neill) discover that dating is not what it used to be, and love can be found in the most unexpected places.

March 3, 2019

I just came across this post on Facebook and I had no idea Colton Haynes was on MTV’s The Hills!
Check the video below;

February 27, 2019

Tyler Posey has found his next television show… or at least his next pilot.

EW has confirmed that Posey has been cast in the CW pilot The Lost Boys. Based on the 1987 movie of the same name, the show will welcome viewers to sunny Santa Carla, Calif., a beautiful seaside town that happens to be home to an underworld of vampires. The pilot, written by Heather Mitchell, follows two brothers who move to Santa Carla with their mother after the sudden death of their father.

Posey will play Michael, the elder brother, whose life plans are uprooted when he learns he has the same genetic weakness that killed his dad. Medalion Rahimi will play Stella, a carefree local who has an immediate spark with Michael — but also a vampire boyfriend, David, who will be played by Dakota Shapiro. Kiele Sanchez will portray Michael’s mother, Lucy.

Twilight director Catherine Hardwicke will helm the pilot, which is being executive-produced by Mitchell, Rob Thomas, Dan Etheridge, Mike Karz, and Bill Bindley.

Although Posey is best known for his six-season stint as Scott McCall on MTV’s Teen Wolf, the actor is no stranger to the CW. After Teen Wolf, he recurred on the third season of Jane the Virgin.

February 21, 2019

Medici is a new series on Netflix that has Daniel Sharman (Isaac Lahey) in the lead. Just now, Daniel was on Twitter for a Q&A about the show. I have embedded all tweets of this Q&A under the “read the rest of the entry”-tag to avoid scrolling on the main page.

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January 26, 2019

After years of being unable to talk, Bumblebee will finally speak in his upcoming spinoff — and IGN can exclusively reveal that Dylan O’Brien (Maze Runner, Teen Wolf) is the actor giving voice to the titular Autobot in the Transformers prequel!

IGN chatted with Transformers franchise producer Lorenzo di Bonaventura last week about casting O’Brien as Bumblebee and why it was necessary for the film to finally give the Transformer his own voice.

“Since we were approaching this as an origin story, we felt that it was appropriate that you got to hear his voice,” di Bonaventura said of the character who thus far has only been able to communicate using existing media. “That’s the simple logic that we employed. The longer term implication of that is different. But the short-term implication of that is, since we really are resetting the mythology, essentially, of who Bumblebee is. And so, that seemed to us to be the appropriate, to get the chance to hear what he sounds like.”

The ’80s-set film, which sees Travis Knight take over the directorial reins from Michael Bay, follows Bumblebee as a young soldier in the Autobots’ war against the Decepticons on Cybertron who goes on an all-important mission to Earth.

While on Earth, Bumblebee befriends a teenage girl named Charlie (played by Hailee Steinfeld) who unwittingly buys him as her first car. Together, they face off against the sinister Decepticons Shatter (voiced by Angela Bassett) and Dropkick (voiced by Justin Theroux) in an adventure that will shape both of their young lives. This movie will be the first time Bumblebee’s voice is depicted in the live action films.

“Dylan has that great quality in his voice of youthful exuberance, and also sort of trustworthiness,” the producer explained. “I think those are the two qualities that we wanted Bumblebee to have.”

Di Bonaventura added that so far the responses he’s received about O’Brien’s voice casting has been positive. “Thankfully, we’ve showed it to a few audiences, and people seem to think that it’d be right and an appropriate voice,” he said. “You never know, obviously that can be a sensitive thing for people. But it turns out, they imagine his voice that way.”

January 4, 2019

Hi everyone!

I’ve been a few days late, but I’d like to wish everyone a happy new year.
Hope you all had a great holiday season!


January 4, 2019

Arden Cho has been portraying Emily, dr. Ethan Choi’s sister, on Chicago Med. Screencaptures have been added to our photo archives

November 19, 2018

Arden Cho has been portraying Emily, dr. Ethan Choi’s sister, on Chicago Med. Screencaptures have been added to our photo archives

November 19, 2018