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Teen Wolf‘s Holland Roden attended the Naeem Khan Fashion Show during MBFW Fall 2014 on February 11th;



May 4, 2014


Teen Wolf‘s Holland Roden attended the Naeem Khan Fashion Show during MBFW Fall 2014 on February 11th;



May 4, 2014


Teen Wolf‘s Holland Roden attended the Alice and Olivia by Stacey Bendet F W Presentation on February, 10th;



May 4, 2014


Teen Wolf‘s Holland Roden attended the 21st Annual Rase To Erase MS Gala on May 2nd;



May 4, 2014


I have update the photo archive with 60 logo-free photos of Teen Wolf‘s Holland Roden at the MTV Movie Awards 2014;



May 4, 2014


Teen Wolf‘s Dylan O’Brien talks about the upcoming movie The Maze Runner in which he stars as Thomas;

Question: Was this a project you went after? Did they come after you?
DYLAN O’BRIEN: Just like anything, I just auditioned for it. It’s funny. The way Wes told me it happened was, at first, I went in on it initially with the casting director, just like everybody. I didn’t hear back for like a month and a half, because Wes was like, “His hair is too MTV!” That’s what he thought, which was so funny. Then he saw a picture of me with more regular hair, the buzzcut or something from Teen Wolf, and he brought me back and it worked. It just ended up working out.

So, your hair almost cost you your job?
O’BRIEN: Yeah! [Laughs] Isn’t it funny how that can happen?

[Will Poulter passes by and calls out, “I love you Dylan!”]
O’BRIEN: That’s Will. He’s my boyfriend here. You have to latch onto somebody while you’re working. It is a little bit like prison, what we do here.

His character is like your enemy in the movie. Are you having fun being horrible to each other?
O’BRIEN: It’s actually uncomfortable! We’re so funny. Even tonight, what we’re doing right now. We wrestle. He’s vicious. He’s scowling. He’s the antagonist of the movie and I’m the protagonist. Wes always says we’re opposite sides of the same coin, so we’re always supposed to be butting heads. Even after every take, he’ll go, “Are you okay?” I’ll go, “Yeah, are you?” He’ll go, “Yeah, but oh, I hit your knee!” And I go, “Yeah, my knee is fine! But how’s your elbow?” It’s just hilarious. We’re buddies off screen, as we all are. Having to then just act, like, awful to each other. It’s always weird with acting.

There’s a scene where your character goes into the maze, basically to sacrifice yourself. Do you think you would do that for your friends?
O’BRIEN: When you think about it, I think it gets in your way, in your head about it. But instinctively, I’m always one who will lash out at anyone hurts my friends, viciously, kind of. Like, murder. [Laughs] No, but I’m very protective of the people I love. Sacrificing is a whole other thing. I don’t think you often come to that situation in life. But it’s a primal instinct, but maybe. Put me in that situation and we’ll find out!

How does Thomas shake up the status quo with his arrival?
O’BRIEN: When Thomas gets to the Glade, these people have kind of settled in. They’re sort of surviving, is what they’ve settled into. They’ve built a place to live and they’re trying to make it as comfortable for themselves as they can. When Thomas comes in, he’s just instinctively not about that. To him, surviving isn’t living. They can spend their whole lives in this place, for all they know. But he doesn’t want to do that. He doesn’t want that for anybody else. He wants to get through to them that he’d rather die than have to spend the rest of his life trapped like a prisoner, which is how he feels. That kind of changes the course of everything. It ironically sort of activates the maze and the grievers. What he finds in the maze, a key kind of thing, and he kills a griever. It opens all of the doors, and that’s when things get crazy.

You have Teen Wolf under your belt and you were great in First Time. Do you feel pressure as a leading man in this movie, where you’re kind of the hero?
O’BRIEN: Yeah, yeah, there’s always pressure. Not pressure per say, I guess. You’re always conscious of what you’re doing. I don’t feel like I have to be the leader here or anything, I don’t have to take the reins. I think we have such an awesome group of actors so I don’t necessarily feel that way. But I can sometimes get into the head space of self-doubt. It’s just a human trying to act, essentially, but sometimes it can be a lot. But at the end of the day, I’m in love with what we’re doing. I’m in love with the movie that we’re making and the people we’re doing it with. Wes, my bosses and this whole group. I’m just trying to focus on the experience and what we’re doing with it. I think you yield the best result with that mentality, I think.

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May 2, 2014


Long before Season 3 of “Teen Wolf” even hit airwaves, show creator Jeff Davis reached out to fans to help him answer one very important question: Should Stiles Stilinski have long or short hair? And it turns out Davis isn’t the only one who’s lost sleep over the actor’s locks. In an interview published by Collider yesterday, O’Brien revealed that snagging his starring role in the upcoming flick, “The Maze Runner,” which hits theaters on September 19, was very dependent on his ‘do.

“The way [director] Wes [Ball] told me it happened was, at first, I went in on it initially with the casting director, just like everybody,” O’Brien said. “I didn’t hear back for like a month and a half, because Wes was like, ‘His hair is too MTV!’ That’s what he thought, which was so funny. Then he saw a picture of me with more regular hair, the buzzcut or something from ‘Teen Wolf,’ and he brought me back and it worked.”

We’ll try not to take the whole “too MTV” thing personally, Mr. Ball.

O’Brien went on to describe how his quick legs worked out in his favor during “Maze Runner” filming. “I just happen to be able to run really fast,” he shared. “I’d be down to do a sprint any day, then wake up the next day and not be able to move. I love sprinting, which is such a weird sentence.”

‘The Maze Runner Trailer:

Source: MTV’s Remote Control

May 1, 2014


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