Anyone dressing in Teen Wolf cosplay at WonderCon this Saturday? If you are, give us a preview and use the tag #TeenWolfWonderCon in tumblr post. A lucky winner will get a private meet and greet with Dylan O’Brien, Tyler Posey, and Jeff Davis!
Teen Wolf fans are a patient pack. After all, MTV has conditioned us to wait a full year between seasons, but given how absolutely sensational season two was, it’s easy to understand why the wait for season three has felt particularly painful.
So, with just a little over three months until Teen Wolf rips back onto television, ETonline hit up the set (no, I will not give you the location) to chat with the stars and creator, Jeff Davis. And while you’ll have to wait a little longer to read all our interviews with Dylan O’Brien, Tyler Posey, Holland Roden and some other special guests, I wanted to give you a little taste of what’s to come, so check out five teases from Beacon Hills’ big brain, Jeff Davis!
A Fast “Four”ward
When the action resumes, it will have been four months since the deadly events of the season finale, and according to Davis, the time-jump was not planned solely as a result of Colton Haynes exiting the series. “It’s a bit of a reset button,” he tells ETonline. “I don’t want to write the scenes where they’re all struggling to get over the drama, I want to pick back up during the fun. We wanted to start a new story, and we also wanted to come in on the first episode showing changes in all the characters.”
Scott’s New (Mc)Calling
“One of the great things about Scott this season is he’s got a new resolve this season,” Davis tells me. “In the first episode, he says to his mom, ‘I’m going to be a better son, a better friend, a better everything.’ He’s trying to become a better person for Allison, so when she comes back to him, he will be the best possible version of himself.”
While it’s always scored in the comedy department, Teen Wolf is first and foremost a drama — and in season three, all the characters will have to confront some pretty dark choices. “I think the tone has changed a bit this season — we go pretty dark,” Jeff says. “Episode 6 [titled Motel California] turned out to be one of our darkest episodes. We push the characters to the brink in that episode. It’s our ode to The Shining, but it also deals with the characters coming to very difficult decisions about themselves and their future. What’s interesting is that while it’s much darker, it’s also one of our funniest episodes. We still are able to find the funny in a lot of this drama. It’s like Hitchcock’s Frenzy. That’s one of his darkest movies, but it’s also one of his funniest. It’s a hard balance to find, but I think this season is in keeping with our overall tone.”
While Teen Wolf fans have been ‘shipping Sterek for two years, an actual gay couple is blossoming this season in Beacon Hills as one of the twin Alphas (played by Charlie and Max Carver) beginsdating Danny (played by Keahu Kahuanui). And according to Jeff, there will be some only-on-cable scenes between the boys. “I can’t say we go to Spartacus levels, but their sex scenes are treated just like any other sex scenes you’ve seen on our show.” Which is the key, in Jeff’s mind, to approaching gay characters on television. “I’ve always thought that if you present this idealized world where younggay men and women are no different from anyone else, and it’s not really questioned by the other characters, maybe life starts to imitate art and you begin to see that in the real world.”
Unlocking the Clues To Derek’s Past
By now, all Teen Wolf fans know that season three will feature a flashback episode to Derek’s childhood — but did you know there will also be a second flashback episode this season? “Episode 5 is also a flashback episode — but not in the sense that it flashes back to younger characters, it’s more like Pulp Fiction in the way we bounce around in time,” Davis tells me. “It’s one of our most ambitious episodes ever!”
Excited to officially announce that Teen Wolf will be at WonderCon on March 30th with Tyler Posey, Dylan O’Brien, and Jeff Davis for a panel moderated by TV Fanatic and After Elton’s Jim Halterman!
Saturday March 30, 2013 6:00pm – 7:00pm
Over 1,300+ screencaptures of Dylan from “The First Time” have been added to the gallery! If you haven’t ordered or bought the DVD yet, make sure to order it from Amazon, or go to your local Walmart or Target. Trust me, it’s definitely worth getting! It’s such a joy to see Dylan play a character outside of Stiles (even though we all love him!).
New Girl‘s Jess may have lost her virginity to aTeen Wolf star!
Dylan O’Brien, who portrays non-supernatural Stiles on the MTV series, is set to guest-star on an upcoming episode of New Girl, TVGuide.com has learned exclusively.
Elvis at a funeral and more New Girl scoop from PaleyFest
As creator Liz Meriwether revealed at Monday’s PaleyFest, a flashback episode slated to air in late April will feature the stories of how each of the New Girl gang lost their virginity. In that episode, O’Brien will play Jess’ (Zooey Deschanel) prom date, a gorgeous, romantic, guitar-playing 18-year-old who promises a memorable “first time” for Jess, who wants to lose her virginity to someone special. But will he be able to actually seal the deal?
New Girl airs Tuesdays at 9/8c on Fox.
Source: TV Guide
To say The First Time is one of the year’s most enjoyable, charming and heart-humping films is something of an understatement since, the truth is, I loved this movie so hard it borders oninappropriate.
Starring Teen Wolf’s Dylan O’Brien and The Secret Circle alum Britt Robertson, the film is in many ways akin to a stage play with their characters, Dave and Aubrey, meeting cute, and spending the remainder of the weekend talking their way into one another’s hearts.
The dialogue rings so true there are moments where you wonder if writer/director Jon Kasdan has been sneaking peeks at your high school diary and cribbing the best lines. But words are just that until an actor performs them and the electricity that infuses every word and every shared scene is nothing short of remarkable. If their respective small screen work hadn’t already revealed this to you, Dylan and Britt will be massive stars and The First Time is a sensational showcase for both.
ETonline is proud to present an exclusive clip from The First Time, hitting DVD on March 12!
MTV fan fave “Teen Wolf” may be off the air until June 3, but showrunner Jeff Davis has been keeping fans’ appetites whet with plenty of spoilers in the meantime. This week, Davis agreed to do a Tumblr Q&A on the official “Teen Wolf” Tumblr — follow it if you haven’t already!
We’ve rounded up 10 of our favorite tidbits that Davis offered during the chat. Don’t forget to mark your calendars, wolfpack: June 3rd!
1. After all they’ve been through, Derek’s pack definitely includes Peter Hale. “Peter is part of Derek’s pack. They are a very close family,” Davis confirms. Though many new characters will be introduced in Season 3, don’t expect Derek’s pack to grow. “I think the numbers may be diminishing,” Davis teases.
2. Someone will get “the bite” this season and transform into a new werewolf. “Yes,” he says. “But not in the way you might expect.” Ooh… a twist!
3. Stiles and Derek’s relationship changes this season — but not like that. “They become definite allies this season. There are many changes in store for Derek,” says Davis. When asked about fans’ passion for “Sterek” as a romantic couple, Davis admits that it’s given him pause on occasion while writing. “It did make me wonder about certain scenes for these first few scripts. I would not say it has affected the storytelling, though. There has been a long plan in place for certain characters. The path deviates sometimes but the destination remains the same,” he says.
4. What about the adults? This season we’ll be spending more time with Sheriff Stilinski and Melissa McCall, plus we can expect details on Scott’s father later in the season. As for Stiles’ mother, fans will get more details about her, but not particularly soon. “You may need to be patient,” Davis says, “But you will know eventually.” And as for Coach Finstock: “There’s always room for more Coach.”
5. Don’t expect to see Derek’s transformation into a full alpha wolf this season. “When [we] can afford that level of CGI maybe. How about when we do the ‘Teen Wolf’ movie?”
6. We’ve seen various types of werewolves and a Kanima so far, and it seems we may be introduced to yet another supernatural creature this season. “Let’s just say we’re very interested in perusing the pages of the Bestiary,” teases Davis.
7. Fans are really looking forward to the flashbacks, which will include a young Derek Hale. “I just finished the flashback episode actually and I have to say it was pretty fun exploring a different Beacon Hills and writing a very different Derek Hale,” says Davis, confirming that Derek did attend Beacon Hills High. The flashbacks don’t only focus on Derek — we can expect him to cross paths with other characters. “They will indeed cross paths. In ways that deeply affect the story.” He hints that the flashbacks may shed some light on the origin of werewolves, as far as mythology and evolution goes.
8. This season, Tyler Posey won’t have to cover up all of his tattoos — his thick black arm bands will be integrated into Scott’s character. Of course, since werewolves have super-fast healing powers, there could be some complications when it comes to Scott getting inked. “This question is answered in the first episode of Season 3,” Davis promises.
9. Even though Jackson is leaving, Lydia will still get some love this season — and her storyline won’t just revolve around romance. “We think the storyline for this season is pretty special actually. You learn more about Lydia then ever,” says Davis. One of the alpha twinshas his sights set on Lydia, while the other alpha twin will be more interested in Danny.
10. One person who won’t turn out to be a hero in the end? Gerard Argent. Davis says he’s one character who can’t be redeemed.
Here’s some new Teen Wolf scoop from the E online! Watch With Kristen, March 7th, 2013.
Jean: I’ll take anything on Teen Wolf‘s Stiles!
Stiles will kiss someone in the first half of the season. Two hints: It’s a girl (Sorry, Sterek fans!) and it’s not Lydia, who will be attracting the attention of an Alpha.
Teen Wolf jumps full force into Season Two with even more suspenseful drama than Season One. Scott McCall, a teenager with a wild secret, continues to find himself caught in a supernatural war between hunters and werewolves. Scott must keep his forbidden romance with Allison a secret, while keeping his friends and family safe from new Alfa wolf Derek.
Teen Wolf Season 2 DVD Special Features
- Teen Wolf Season 2 at Paleyfest – celebrate Season 2 of MTV’s critically acclaimed series Teen Wolf with a panel discussion featuring the show’s cast and creative team
- Teen Wolves: Meet the New Pack – meet new cast members Sinqua Walls (Boyd), Gage Golighlty (Erica) and Daniel Sharman (Isaac) and get their take on their roles inSeason 2
- Alternate, Deleted and Extended Scenes
- Alternate Stiles Takes
- Teen Wolf CGI Reel
- Fight Choreography
- Shirtless Montage 2.0
- Gag Reel
- Commentary featuring Jeff Davis and Christian Taylor
Teen Wolf Season 2DVD
Street Date: May 21, 2013
Screen Format: Widescreen 1.78:1
Audio: English: 5.1 Dolby Digital; French: 2.0 Surround DD
Total Run Time: 574 minutes
Closed Captioned: Yes
Source : tvshowsondvd
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