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The cast of Teen Wolf attended the 2016 People’s Choice Awards After Party hosted by The Daily Mail on January 6th, 2016. I have added high quality photos to our photo archive

Here’s a nice “way back when”! I have found photos of the Season 1 Teen Wolf cast during the Teen Choice Awards’ Summer Press Tour around August 2010. The cast then consisted of Tyler Posey (look at that adorable hair!), Tyler Hoechlin, Dylan O’Brien, Holland Roden and Crystal Reed. How adorable!

I have finally added high quality photos of the Teen Wolf cast (Shelley Hennig, Dylan O’Brien, Tyler Posey, Cody Christian, Holland Roden and Dylan Sprayberry) to our photo archive

I have added high quality photos of Teen Wolf’s Arden Cho at the 2016 People’s Choice Awards to our photo archive

Arden also attended the afterparty hosted by The Daily Mail;

February 28, 2016

Due to the fact that the following message might come as a huge shock, I’ve decided to put this under spoilertags;
Khylin Rambo talks about finding out who the beast is in the video below;

[spoiler]Khylin Rhambo was dying, as he says in the video, to play a supernatural creature, but for him to actually play this season’s big bad came as a huge shock.
Teen Wolf’s executive producer Jeff Davis pulled Khylin aside to show him this awesome drawing that Jeff drew. Khylin said it was an awesome piece of art, but
he was clueless in regards to how such a thing could be killed. Jeff said: “Oh… No! It’s you. You’re that beast!”[/spoiler]

February 28, 2016

Yay! We get to see our awesome Derek Tyler Hoechlin on the big screen! Tyler’s been confirmed for ‘Fifty Shades Darker’;

Teen Wolf star Tyler Hoechlin has been added to the cast of Fifty Shades Darker, Universal confirmed to EW. He’ll play Boyce Fox, a co-worker of Anastasia Steele. Though Fox is only briefly mentioned in E L James’ books, his role as a rising author who eventually signs with Christian Grey’s publishing company is being expanded for the film.

Dakota Johnson and Jamie Dornan are both returning for the Fifty Shades of Grey sequel as Ana and Christian, but director James Foley (Glengarry Glen Ross) is taking over for Sam Taylor-Johnson. Foley will also direct the third film, Fifty Shades Freed.

Hoechlin joins Fifty Shades along with other newcomers Kim Basinger, Bella Heathcote, Eric Johnson, Brant Daugherty, and Arielle Kebbel.

Though Hoechlin is most famous for his TV roles in 7th Heaven and Teen Wolf, fans will also recall that he played Tom Hanks’ son in Road to Perdition. A former college baseball player, Hoechlin gets back on the diamond this April 1 when he stars as a ballplayer in Richard Linklater’s coming-of-age jock comedy, Everybody Wants Some.

Fifty Shades Darker opens Feb. 10, 2017.

The Wrap first reported the news.


February 27, 2016

I have added 600+ screencaptures in 1080p quality of Teen Wolf’s 5×18: “The Maid of Gévaudan” to our photo archive.

February 25, 2016

Crystal Reed talks about Marie-Jeanne and being back on the Teen Wolf set;

February 24, 2016

WARNING: This article contains spoilers from 5×18: ”The Maid of Gévaudan,” Tuesday’s episode of Teen Wolf.

Not only did “The Maid of Gévaudan” feature the return of Teen Wolf favorite Crystal Reed, but it also introduced fans to the very first Argent hunter: Marie-Jeanne Valet. And it was that character that pulled Reed back into the Teen Wolf world after two years away following the death of Allison Argent.

“[Showrunner] Jeff [Davis] initially brought the idea to me without a script,” Reed says. “He just brought me a legend, basically. He said, ‘We want to make a show around this and it’s going to tie into the modern-day Teen Wolf world.’ At the end, he said, ‘And she’s going to be the first Argent.’ Then it made complete sense to me why I should do it and what he’s trying to do and how beautiful it was that he intertwined everything together.”

Inhabiting a new character, Reed immediately felt a sense of connection to Allison, the character she’d left behind in season 3. “It was always about [Marie-Jeanne’s] journey from being a skeptic into a believer and then also what it feels like to have a member of your family completely betray you, which I think is parallel to Allison’s story,” Reed says. “She had to go from a skeptic to a believer and then also so many people in her family betrayed her, from her mother to her aunt to her grandfather.”

Then, of course, there’s the obvious familial connection between the two characters, which Reed also used to help inform her performance as Marie-Jeanne. “I wanted to make sure that I brought the same sort of strength that Allison had, that innate strength that she doesn’t even know where she gets it from,” she says. “I wanted to make sure that was part of her character because that’s something that I think the fans really relate to and I think it’s a really great trait for young women.”

Also great for young women? The fact that it’s Marie-Jeanne who eventually takes down The Beast in a fight scene that Reed admits was a little odd to film at times. “It was actually quite difficult running in those clothes because the corset was tied really, really tight. It’s funny, I always do this: I ask for it to be much like it would’ve been in the period and then I regret it mid-way through the shoot,” she says with a laugh. “I wanted to be able to walk how they walked, therefore it has to be really tight, but yeah, it wasn’t the most fun running through the woods with it.”

And when it came time for her literal showdown with The Beast, Reed says, “The scene with the sword where I pierce him was really difficult because there was nobody there, so I’m just basically screaming at nothing,” she says, laughing.

But in the end, Marie-Jeanne came out victorious. And yet, her presence wasn’t the only Allison mention in the episode. When Lydia realizes that Argent and Gerard are looking to her to defeat The Beast in present-day, she screams, “I am not Allison,” a line that caught fans — and Reed — a little off-guard. “I read it and got a little shock to my heart,” Reed says. “I remember thinking if I was her, I would be like, ‘How am I going to say this?’ Because you know it’s either going to make people cry or make someone upset, [and] there’s going to be instant tweets,” she explains, adding, “Holland [Roden] is such a great actor and I think she did it so perfectly.”

With Lydia now facing what Marie-Jeanne once faced, Reed’s advice is simply for Lydia to accept help from her friends. “There are people who can help you and in fact, it’d be better if you had that support,” she says.

As to whether Reed would be interested in continuing to explore Marie-Jeanne — potential spin-off, anyone? — Reed says, “We weren’t even finished filming and there was sort of that chat around set. When you are doing something that you know is going to be great, there’s this kind of magical energy on set. I think that I would definitely be open to something like this. It looks great; it has a great message; and it would be a challenge for me, so yeah, I would never say never and it would be something that if done the right way, with the right people, could be really exciting.”


Teen Wolf airs Tuesdays at 9 p.m. ET on MTV.

February 24, 2016

Here’s a list of the songs that played during last night’s Teen Wolf’s 5×18: “The Maid of Gévaudan”;

Zayde Wølf – “Save Tonight”
Gerard tells a story of The Maid Of Gevaudan aka Marie-Jeanne and the Beast of Gévaudan.

February 24, 2016

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