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“I feel like it won’t even feel like he’s gone — he’ll probably be still hanging out with us on set and still come to our parties when the show’s on,” Dylan O’Brien told reporters. “We’re still really good friends with him and we’re still gonna hang out with him … we wish him good luck, and we’re still gonna see him always.”
TheInsider.com: What was your first impression of this script? Dylan O’Brien: I just really loved what I got to do as this guy and I loved the dialogue. I almost wanted more of it. I just naturally get the words that Jon [Kasdan, writer/director] writes. I understand the way he speaks and what he’s trying to get across, so I could recite the entire movie by the time we started shooting because we did so much rehearsing.
Insider.com: Did that allow for improv? Dylan: I wouldn’t tag it as improv because there was no need to go away from the script here, but it was free-range speaking in the sense that I had all the lines down, but I never once worried about specific wording with a sentence. I knew what Jon wanted me to say, but he let me say the words how I thought I should say them. That’s a good way of going about it I think.
Insider.com: What was the rehearsal process like? Dylan: A few weeks before shooting start, Jon got me and Britt together, and we spent two weeks, just the three of us, running scenes, changing things, talking about everything – not even necessarily about the script. Sometimes it was just about getting to know one another. By the time we got to shooting, Britt and I were so comfortable with one another that it was really easy to keep riffing off that established relationship. It was so comfortable and made us more confident without realizing it. That’s something Jon does amazingly; he instills this quiet confidence in you that makes you feel like no choice is wrong, which lets you feel free.
Insider.com: While the characters are different, Dave and Stiles feel like they could almost be brothers. Is that unique energy something you thought both characters would have or just part of you? Dylan: I think maybe a bit of both. The energy I give to Stiles and the energy I give to Dave is all intentional. I think maybe it’s because I have an energy inside myself that I don’t necessarily project in real life because I do it with my characters. It’s just something I think I can add to characters, but also, I wouldn’t have done it if it didn’t suit the character.
Insider.com: The movie raises the age old question of whether making mix CDs for a crush is allowed. What’s your opinion? Dylan: I’m definitely not opposed. There’s no problem with making mixes for a girl. I’m somebody who is as inspired by music as much as the next person. I’ve always played and loved all kinds of music. Sharing something like a mix tape is really sweet. It’s a little piece of your heart at that moment. It’s like saying, “Here’s what I’ve been feeling recently.” Mixes are what you’re all about in that moment.
- Davis “There is a bromance triangle forming between Scott, Isacc and Stiles”
- “Stiles is our psudo detective and will have a moment in ep 2 & 3 to set him in his arc”
- S3 will start 4mnths later and the kids will be juniors. Boys have moved on from Allison an Lydia.
- Jeff likes the Sterek fans
- Stiles as a bisexual may be spoiler territory
- “Lydia will be part of Scott’s pack/less romantic relationship between Stiles and Lydia”
As you can see I’ve put up a new layout here at Dylan O’Brien Online! The outtakes from Da Man magazine were just to amazing and I had to create a new layout! I hope all of you enjoy it and please if you see any problems please feel free to email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Also, check out the full gag reel which was release at the New York Comic Con yesterday!
We are pleased to announce we will be holding a Teen Wolf event in 2013.
The dates will be the 30th August – 1st September 2013 and will be held at the Renaissance London Heathrow.
This event will have a maximum of 400 attendees and a minimum of 4 guests for the TV Series.
More details will be announced as we work on them.
Tickets will be priced at £90 for Adults and £45 for Children.
@sareru for the heads up! I will post more about this event when it comes available!
I finally got my hands on the DVD set of the first season of Teen Wolf. I’ve added all of the DVD extras that Dylan was featured in which include the Gag Reel, Follow the Pack: Meet the Cast of Teen Wolf, and Deleted, Alternate and Extended Scenes. Enjoy! and if you haven’t already, make sure to grab your copy of the DVD set!
Since Stiles is suddenly awesome at lacrosse, will the Coach let him be a co-captain in Teen Wolf season 3? And, if so, how many co-captains can the team have at once? That said, considering Scott’s grades and Jackson’s never-ending monster issues, Stiles might just end up with the job all to himself.
What about Jackson and Lydia?
Now that Lydia’s love has saved Jackson from his slimy, scaled self, does this mean they’re getting back together? Knowing Jackson, the answer isn’t exactly certain. Werewolf or not, Jackson is still a jerk. And Lydia is still far too good for him.
After all, there’s always Stiles waiting in the background, certain to be a perfect boyfriend as soon as Lydia realizes the error of her ways.
Duh. Of course there’s going to be lacrosse. A Teen Wolf without lacrosse would be almost as weird as aTeen Wolf with no shirtlessness.
And that would be awful.