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The 2015 Movie Awards took place last night and Dylan O’Brien took home three awards, one of them being ‘Best Hero’ and here’s the video;

Dylan O’Brien won ‘Best Hero’ for his role as Thomas in The Maze Runner and won with 8.4+ million votes!

April 13, 2015

Teen Wolf’s Arden Cho attended the 2015 MTV Movie Award last night (April 12th) and photos have been added to the photo archive

April 13, 2015

I have added 30+ more photos of Teen Wolf’s Arden Cho to the photo archive

April 13, 2015

The 2015 MTV Movie Awards took place last night (April 12th, 2015) and Dylan O’Brien took home not one, not two, but THREE MTV Movie Awards for his role as Thomas in The Maze Runner!

Dylan O’Brien won in the following categories:
Breakthrough Performance: Dylan O’Brien, The Maze Runner
Best Hero: Dylan O’Brien, The Maze Runner
Best Fight: Dylan O’Brien vs. Will Poulter, The Maze Runner

Congratulations Dylan! You deserve each one of them!

April 13, 2015

Teen Wolf’s Arden Cho about makeup, fashion, founding of watch brand Leonard & Church and more;

What makeup product could you not live without?
1. My Chapstick and Cle De Peau concealer

What’s the single weirdest item in your purse right now?
2. Is it weird that I’m not carrying a purse these days? I’ve been into just minimal – keys, wallet & phone. But I do have a little backpack that I carry when I take Chewy out and that is filled with wee wee pads and dog treats.

If you could be any mythical creature, other than a kitsune, what would it be?
3. A Phoenix or a dragon. I think it’d be fun to fly around the world and see everything from a bird’s eye view.

What’s the last song you had stuck in your head?
4. “Making Memories of Us” – Keith Urban (I was listening to my favorite country mix driving to set)

Which one female icon is your biggest inspiration?
5. Too many to name just one, I could easily name 50. Musically: Ginny Owens, Whitney Houston, Celine Dion, Alison Krauss, Christina Aguilera, Adele, the list could really be endless. Actresses: Natalie Portman, Nicole Kidman, Zhang Ziyi, Julia Roberts, Audrey Hepburn, these days I love Jennifer Lawrence and Ariana Grande.

What’s your weirdest habit?
6. I don’t know if this is a weird habit or character flaw but I love singing along to songs but I’m usually singing the wrong words because I never know the lyrics! I also have the worst memory so I always forget everything. I’m constantly asking my friends – do I know this person or what did I have to do today? I feel like Dory from Finding Nemo sometimes.

Do you have any secret talents no one knows about?
7. I’m very good at painting nails, like salon good! I paint my nails on set every day when I play Kira Yukimura on Teen Wolf because I’m such a perfectionist. I hate it when even one finger is slightly smudged or chipped.

What’s your favorite guilty pleasure movie?
8. How to Train Your Dragon & Big Hero 6

If you could eat any meal right this minute, what would it be?
9. Korean BBQ

What has it been like to be part of the Teen Wolf cast?
Amazing! I get to play a supernatural, sword wielding, tough girl! No complaints here!

Your character is a kitsune- what have you done to bring that mythology to the screen in a modern character?
Before filming the show I read up on Asian mythology and about the Kitsune but Teen Wolf has their own spin on it to fit the Teen Wolf world. Up until now Kira has been learning about her powers with the audience, most of it is still unknown. I think Season 5 will develop more of Kira’s thunder Kitsune background and hopefully answer some questions.

How does the knowledge that she has those supernatural powers affect the way you play the character in her everyday life?
It’s as new to me as it is to Kira. So it’s fun to play up the awkwardness and the uncomfortable feelings she has with her powers. Definitely hesitant but she’s starting to get the hang of it.

How are you and your character, Kira, similar, and how do the two of you differ?
We’re similar in many ways. We both care about our friends and the well being of others. I think we’re both fairly honest, bad liars, awkward, dorky but still trying to be strong independent women. I think Kira is a little braver than I am and also more confident. I’m starting to catch onto that boldness though, it’s fun.

What was your involvement in the founding of watch brand Leonard & Church?
All of us play a key part. What started out as a small idea among friends has recently become a reality. We all come from different backgrounds but share common passions. We’ve come together to create high quality + handmade + fashion forward pieces without the inflated retail prices. I love that I get to design and create beautiful and stylish time pieces to share with the world.

Did you go into the venture as more of a fashionista or an entrepreneur?
I think I initially went into it more as an entrepreneur but as I get more and more involved in developing new designs and shaping the brand I believe my fashionista side is making a stronger appearance.

Why is that something you’re passionate about?
For starters, I love watches. I’d buy them all if I could. But even with all the beautiful watches in the world, sometimes I still can’t find what I’m looking for. It’s exhilarating to be able to create exactly what I want and what I think would be perfect for my friends and family to wear. When I have something good I want to share it. And because I’m confident in the quality and design of our Leonard & Church watches it makes it easy to be passionate. The added bonus is that by partnering directly with quality manufacturers we’ve skipped the middlemen and all the markups along the way. I believe everyone deserves to look and feel great regardless of how much money you spend.

You’ve also got a successful music career, particularly on YouTube. Do you think your acting has influenced your music?
I think in a way they both influence each other. My experiences and memories definitely influence the way I write my music and the way I interpret songs. But I do believe that growing as an actor has created a new found confidence in me as a singer.

Out of singing, acting and being an entrepreneur, what are you most passionate about?
Hmm, that’s a tough one. Singing was actually my first love. I was just too scared to sing in public for most of my life and I still get a stomach full of butterflies. But acting is what helped me overcome a lot of fear and opened me up as an artist. Now, being an entrepreneur has given me a new found level of confidence and empowerment. All three have played key pieces in my life and are much more intertwined than it would seem. I feel like if I made another album today, the growth in acting and the experiences as an entrepreneur would really shape my album in a whole new light. I guess this is kind of cheating but I’m going to have to say, all three.

And how do you balance all of them in your life?
Never sleeping. I’m just kidding. I do sleep, here and there. I wish I had more time but I try to do as much as I can. Honestly, I wish I had more time to work on music and Leonard & Church. These days my priority is filming Teen Wolf Season 5. Once we wrap up production I’m hoping to record another album and hopefully continue developing Leonard & Church. I have a new line of designs coming out in the summer which I’ve been spending a lot of time on so I’m very excited! I hope you check them out!


April 9, 2015

Teen Wolf’s Arden Cho sat down with about fashion and Teen Wolf. Continue reading;

Many of you may recognize Arden Cho as the star of the wildly popular TV series, Teen Wolf. But there is so much more to Arden than her character Kira Yukimara. Arden is the queen of slashes—as in actress/model/singer/YouTube star/businesswoman/designer/precious dog owner. Arden seems to do it all—and do it all with grace, hard work and talent.

Throughout the month, we will be showcasing the many sides of Arden as she takes on a new role as CollegeFashionista’s April “Fashion Influencer.” To kick-off the series, we caught up with Arden to learn a little bit more about the brains and talent behind the beauty. Spoiler alert: she has a lot of all three.

Be sure to check back throughout the month on CollegeFashionista for more exclusive features and content from Arden. Be sure to catch Arden and the rest of the Teen Wolf cast on Season Five premiering this June on MTV!

CollegeFashionista: When did you start getting into acting, singing, and modeling?
Arden Cho:
My first movie was an indie flick I filmed during the summer of my sophomore year at the University of Illinois. It was so tough! I had zero formal acting experience, but I think the challenge of it all really sparked my interest. I returned to campus for my junior year and decided to formally study theater, which I quickly fell in love with. I had a few modeling gigs in college as well, but that didn’t really pick up until I moved out to LA after college in 2007. And singing, I’ve always loved—but in the privacy of my shower or car! To be honest, until very recently, I had been terrified to sing in front of others.

CF: What was your first big break?
I feel blessed to have had so many amazing opportunities. Early in my career, I had the chance to work on modeling campaigns with brands like Clinique, Apple and McDonald’s. My first acting job on network TV was CSI:NY, and I’ve had guest star roles on various different shows. But I’d probably consider Teen Wolf my biggest break so far.

CF: How do you prepare for an audition?
There’s usually very little time – 24 hours, if I’m lucky! So typically it involves dropping whatever else it is I’m doing to prep. If a script is available, I’ll dig into it as much as I can. I’m try to go beyond the basics to really understand my character, the story and the context of the scenes I’ve been asked to prepare. I ask myself, “Why am I in this scene?” “What do I want from this scene?” If it’s a current show, I’ll obviously watch past episodes to get a feel for the tone and the style—for example, a single camera comedy is very different than a multi-cam or a dramatic series. So, I’m just trying to familiarize myself as much as I can before the audition.

CF: What has been the most interesting or challenging role you’ve ever played?
Last year during Season Three of Teen Wolf, we had a flashback episode where I played my character Kira’s mother! It was ridiculously fun to jump into that role of Young Noshiko, typically played by Tamlyn Tomita. Noshiko is a very strong, fierce, empowering woman, much more certain of who she is than Kira. Throughout that episode, I had to bounce back and forth between playing Kira and Noshiko. It was challenging because the characters are so different, but I had so much fun playing a spicy, young Noshiko. I hope Kira will grow up to be a lot like her mother.

CF: What has it been like being part of Teen Wolf?
It’s a blessing. I wake up every morning, go to set and get to practice and play alongside the most incredibly talented cast and crew. I have learned so much and grown as an actor.

I know it’s corny, but I like to think of acting like playing catch—you toss a ball to someone and hope they will catch it and toss it back, right? Well with great actors, playing catch can be so much fun. You’re passing this fantastic energy back and forth, building momentum. Teen Wolf has been the most intense game of catch I’ve ever played!

CF: Would you say there are any similarities or differences between you and your character?
In a lot of ways, we are so similar; and growing more so as the seasons develop. That’s one of the cool things about our writers—as they get to know us better as people, they are able to adapt the script to how we naturally behave and speak. And, of course, as an actor, you are constantly shaping and extending your character. The way Kira Yukimura was initially written, she was a lot like me in high school, but a little spunkier. Kira is more outspoken, confident, bold and brave than my real self. But, in a funny way, I think I’ve learned a lot from Kira these past few years, and I’m growing to be a bit edgier.

CF: What advice would you give to anyone entering the industry?
Focus on the craft and study as much as you can. You have to work hard and be prepared. People think this business is all glitz and glam, but it’s really not. It takes a lot of sacrifice, dedication, hard work and commitment. Luck plays a huge part also, but that’s really when preparation meets opportunity. So if you’re unprepared, even if that perfect job comes along you won’t book it. If it’s acting that you want to do, sign up for classes, read books, study other actors and stretch yourself. Figure out what you’re good at and what you love. Do things that scare you. Improv was terrifying for me, but forcing myself into those uncomfortable classes and situations helped me grow as an actor.

CF: How would you describe your style?
I’m all about comfort but still looking good—or at least trying to look good. I show up to set in sneakers, sweats and a simple tank or shirt. I like to keep it chill at work.

But on the weekends if I go out, I’ll wear skinny jeans and booties, maybe some layers on top and always some accessories. Even if I’m wearing sneakers and it’s a really simple outfit, I think a couple rings and a watch or bracelet can pull together the entire look.

I’m not really a dress/skirt person, and I actually hate dressing up; but on the rare occasion I have to for an event or party, I have fun with it. But the second I return home, I’m back in sweats and something comfy.

CF: What are your favorite things to do when you’re not working or on set?
Sleep, eat and play with Chewy (my dog)! Okay, those are the only things I have time to (barely) do when I’m filming. But, on the days I have off, I’ll usually meet up with my friends to eat, work out, watch movies, check out shows, dive bars or something adventurous, like traveling. I love having my friends over for BBQ’s and game nights as well! I’m pretty much a homebody.

CF: What is something to look forward to for Season Five?
Season Five might be my favorite so far. There is a lot of growing up for all the characters. Kira has some really interesting things happening to her and her powers. She’s going to go through some tough challenges, both physically and emotionally with Scott. It’s packed with tons of action, romance and comedy, while at the same time it’s probably our darkest season yet. I don’t know how they do it but the writers come up with better stuff for us every year. I can’t wait!


April 8, 2015

Teen Wolf’s Dylan O’Brien has been nominated for a 2015 MTV Movie Award! Not one, not two, not three but FOUR times! Each hashtag you (not your pet spambot!) post on Twitter, Vine or Instagram will count as one vote for your favorite nominee. The winner will be announced during the 2015 MTV Movie Awards on Sunday, April 12 starting at 7:30/6:30c!
Vote for Dylan O’Brien in the following categories;

Best Hero: Thomas (The Maze Runner)
Breakthrough Performance: Dylan O’Brien (The Maze Runner)
Best Scared-as-s**t Performance: Dylan O’Brien (The Maze Runner)
Best Fight: Dylan O’Brien vs. Will Poulter (The Maze Runner)’

Vote here!

Or vote by simply tweeting and/or retweeting:

April 3, 2015

Here’s a small summary of Teen Wolf casting news for season 5;

Credit: Facebook

Credit: Facebook

Cody Christian as Theo, a young wayward werewolf
Benita Robledo as Clarke, nothing else is known at this time
Kelsey Chow as Tracy, a recurring character
Salvator Xuereb as an unknown character, but he usually plays villains
Ashton Moio as an unknown character, but he was filming with Linden
Clayton Froning as Schrader, nothing else is known at this time.


April 1, 2015

More casting news! Clayton Froning joins Teen Wolf’s fifth season, confirmed by Bohemia Group on twitter;

April 1, 2015

Remember the design-your-Teen-Wolf-creature contest from a little while ago? Jessica (Jay) won the contest by designing the ‘Slaugh’ which will be featured on Teen Wolf’s fifth season. The Slaugh now has a human face!

Credit: http://jayshortart.tumblr.com/

Credit: http://jayshortart.tumblr.com/

Teen Wolf found its Sluagh this week. According to teenwolfnews.com, they cast 16-year-old Texan Michael Lynch to play the fan-designed creature in an episode of Season 5 of the MTV series

Brooklyn-based artist Jessica Short designed the Sluagh (pronounced sloo-ah), a creature of Irish and Scottish myth that eats the souls of innocents and sometimes places parts of its rotten soul into the bodies of its sleeping victims.

Mike spent 2 days on set this week. They did prep work for the shoot on day one and spent the next day actually filming as the Sluagh.

Mike got the part through the Make-A-Wish foundation. His wish was to be an extra on Teen Wolf. Instead, because the timing was just right, he will become a lasting part of the Teen Wolf Universe as the very first Sluagh to appear on screen.Our source on set during the shoot says Jessica’s design and Mike’s performance combined to make the creature “terrifying.”

The Sluagh scenes coincided with the Teen Wolf crew’s return to the Mary Andrews Clark Memorial Home near downtown Los Angeles. The building serves as the exterior of Eichen House in the Teen Wolf Universe.

While it’s still not clear exactly how they plan to use the creature in Season 5, the return to Eichen House suggests the Sluagh may be involved with the secret supernatural jail housed inside the mental health facility.

You can see more pictures of Mike’s Teen Wolf Adventure on his newly established twitter page.


April 1, 2015

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