The stars of MTV’s Teen Wolf answered fan questions and told some behind-the-scenes stories at C2E2 2014.
For its “Fan Favorites” panel at Comic-Con International, TV Guide brought together stars from the most popular, and most anticipated, series on television, from Clark Gregg and Tyler Hoechlin to Emily Bett Rickards and Danai Gurira.
Matt Smith, Kit Harington, Steve Yeun, Tyler Posey and David Giuntol gathered at Comic-Con International for Entertainment Weekly’s “Brave New Warriors,” which focused on their TV roles, interaction with fans, and how they’d like their characters to die.
At WonderCon in Anaheim, showrunners took fans behind the scenes of The Walking Dead, The Vampire Diaries, The Big Bang Theory, Falling Skies, Teen Wolf and Person of Interest.
Marc Bernardin returns for a rundown of the best, and most offbeat, DVD and Blu-ray releases arriving in stores today. This week’s list includes the second season of Sherlock, the only season of The River, and the adventures of Daniel Radcliffe, ghost hunter, in The Woman in Black.
Director Robert Ben Garant teams with the stars of MTV’s Teen Wolf — Dylan O’Brien, Colton Haynes, Tyler Hoechlin and Holland Roden — for a Halloween-themed short film at Funny or Die called “Charlie Brown: Blockhead’s Revenge.”
MTV has released a new trailer for Teen Wolf, its upcoming drama loosely based on the 1985 Michael J. Fox comedy. The new series exchanges some of the humor for teen angst (and bare skin), using the tagline, “One bite unleashes his wild side — can he control his urges?”
The first trailer has emerged online for Teen Wolf, the new MTV series that, although based on the 1985 comedy movie of the same name, looks on awful lot like a certain vampire-and-werewolf franchise.
Taylor Lautner made werewolves cool for tweens in Twilight, and now John Landis’ classic horror comedy An American Werewolf In London is apparently headed for a remake, just in time to make them funny again, as well.
MTV has granted a series order to Teen Wolf, a combination drama and buddy-comedy based on the 1985 Michael J. Fox movie. Tyler Posey will star as Scott McCall, a dorky teen who becomes a lycanthrope after being attacked by a wolf.