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We can get Teen Wolf and the cast/crew nominated for the Teen Choice Awards 2013. This also goes for the cast as individuals, of course. Here are some suggestions: Tyler Posey, Crystal Reed, Colton Haynes, Tyler Hoechlin, Holland Roden, Gage Golightly, Sinqua Walls, Daniel Sharman

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October 23, 2012


October 21, 2012


ClevverTV shares this awesome video featuring Tyler Posey who shares his thoughts about Teen Wolf at the NYCC;

October 20, 2012


Right off the bat, Davis tells us that the mystery girl from the revealed first page of the 3×01 script is going to be extremely important in that episode. He even goes so far as to call her an ally of Scott and his friends.

That would, quite obviously, make her an enemy of the alphas. And speaking of the alphas, Davis says, “We’ve spent a lot of time crafting these characters to make them interesting and threatening and villainous.” They also refer to the female alpha as their Bond villain, which certainly gives us hope for an interesting and dynamic character.

Clevver then asked Davis if there will be any vampires on the show this season. His response: “I can conclusively say there will be no vampires on the show this season.” If you’re anything like us, you probably just fist-pumped the air. He continues by saying, “And usually my typical line is that there will never be vampires on the show Teen Wolf, but ask me that in five years when we’ve run out of ideas.” Fair enough.

Teen Wolf, at the moment, is an incredibly popular show. But will it last? Davis seems to think so. “They say the hardest season to get in a TV show is the second,” he says. “We seem to have a very loyal, passionate fan base. We’ve got so many super fans. If they stick around and the Nielsen ratings are kind to us, we’ll probably be back for more seasons, depending on how much energy I have. This show takes a lot out of me.”

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October 20, 2012


Collider: How did you come to be a part of this film? Was it just an audition, or was it something you specifically pursued?

DYLAN O’BRIEN: It was an audition for me, like any other thing. The only thing that separated this film was that it was something that me, my manager and my agents all just really loved and really thought that I was right for it. For me, the script and subject matter was so personal to me. This was all still very fresh in my mind, too. I was 19 years old and this had all just happened to me, two years prior. So, it was really refreshing, in that sense, and in the sense that it’s entirely different than any other script I was reading or going out for. It’s a teen comedy, but none of it was raunchy or tasteless. It was really classy and really sweet, and a really true, honest, endearing story. Jon [Kasdan] changed a lot with the script and was writing the whole way, but he has such an understanding of relationships and how people communicate with each other. It’s fascinating because I don’t [have that]. It’s really incredible when somebody has such a beat on it.

Doing an independent film is always a bit of an iffy proposition because you never know how it will turn out or if it will ever get distribution. Did you breathe a sigh of relief when you finally screened the film and audiences really responded positively?

O’BRIEN: It’s weird because I knew that this could be good and I knew that I wasn’t just doing this for no reason. I was trying to make it good. I want everything that I’m doing and putting my life into to be good. We all felt that way. But, what was amazing was that it never became about that. That’s what helped it come out okay. We always had a quiet confidence that it would be good, and just a genuine love for doing it. I could have shot the movie forever, or three months. We didn’t have that budget, so it was five weeks. But, we genuinely loved coming in every day and doing the scene and talking about the scene and talking about the movie. It was something that became really personal to all of us. Even the whole crew was great. It was a really nice shoot. We had a really amazing time. Me, Britt [Robertson] and Jon [Kasdan] were really close, the whole way. The movie had a sense of comradery about it. Everybody wanted it to be good, and everybody thought it was so cute while we were doing it.

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October 20, 2012


“I spoke to Colton last night, actually and unfortunately, he did confirm to me that he’s not coming back to the show. It’s disappointing news. Colton is a friend, he’s a good friend. We’re going to leave the door open for him to come back if he so decides, but I think Colton has to do what’s best for him and his career. It’s show business, and some people have to move on if they feel they have to do something else creatively. Colton’s a good actor, and he’s going to have a fine career.”

Posey went on to call the actor as his best friend. This departure will need to be handled when the series returns for its third season. MTV renewed the series with a larger episode order after two years of success on the network. Davis said the following about their plans to handle Haynes’ exit:

“We have a plan, but it’s not going to be easy. He’s got tough shoes to fill. We’re going to have to concentrate on making this a great season, hopefully, without him.”

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October 20, 2012


October 20, 2012


After a stellar second season as Jackson on the MTV hit series Teen Wolf, the last thing anyone expected was for Colton Haynes to decide to exit the show just before season 3 was to start production. (Some reports cite failed contract negotiations over the number of episodes Haynes would appear in the 24-episode order.) We caught up with executive producer Jeff Davis at New York Comic Con to ask whether he’s talked to Haynes and how they’ll restructure the new season.

We also asked about his plans for Sterek in the coming season and the Shakespearean quote that serves as the overarching theme for the coming season.

One piece of good news that came out of our chat with Davis: we will definitely be seeing more naked Tyler Hoechlin (Derek)!

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October 17, 2012


Jeff Davis starts off by telling us how MTV approached him to do a TV show based off of the Michael J. Fox movie of the same name. Being a fan of the original movie (though apparently not the sequel), Davis gladly took the job. The idea was to make it more like The Lost Boys, with a darker and scarier tone than the original movie.

They segue into showing a clip of a fan who dressed up as the female version of Stiles. She made some adjustments to the outfit, but made sure she got all the important details – the red jacket, the lacrosse stick, and of course Dylan O’Brien’s moles.

When asked if Stiles is going to “werewolf it up in season 3,” Jeff Davis says, “We’re thinking about a Halloween episode and we have an idea.” But, of course, he’s mum on any details. Posey doesn’t seem to know anything either, at least not until he receives the scripts. “And then when the script comes out, does it say ‘Keep your mouth shut or we’ll dot-dot-dot’?” asks MTV Geek. “There’s no dot-dot-dot,” Posey replies. “It’s straight up murder.”

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October 17, 2012


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October 17, 2012


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