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[3x04] "Unleashed" (June, 24 2013)
While Scott tries to keep Isaac from engaging in a deadly confrontation with the Twins in school, Stiles attempts to prove his theory that the killings have nothing to do with werewolves.
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3×03: Fireflies – Preview
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Boyd and Cora are under the influence of the new full moon. Scott and Derek seek help from an unexpected ally.
Teen Wolf returns with the new episode “Fireflies” next Monday!
Crystal Reed about the Scott-Allison-Isaac Love Triangle
Crystal Reed talks about the Scott-Allison-Isaac love triangle, new romance, and how she prefers to train for action scenes. Click here to watch the interview with Hollywoodlife on Youtube or watch the embed below
Holland Roden: “I Wanted to Be An Astronaut!” + VIDEO
Cambio.com sat down with Holland Roden to talk about acting and how she fell in love with it;
“I wanted to be an astronaut!,” she quipped.
But, when she took a random acting class as a teenager she eventually fell in love with the arts.
“I loved acting…I never thought I would do it for a living,” Holland, who plays Lydia Martin on the show, told us. “I went to this adult acting class at 16 and loved it, and the acting coach said ‘you should try this professionally,’ and that’s sort of where I got the bug a little bit.”
Young Hollywood sat down with Teen Wolf‘s Orny Adams (Coach Finstock) to talk about what’s in store for us this season;
YH: You must be hilarious to work with; what is the dynamic like on the “Teen Wolf” set?
OA: Ah thanks. I do like to keep it fun on the set. Sometimes I get scolded. It’s fun, like being in school again. It’s part-acting, part-entertaining the cast and crew. It also helps to keep my energy and focus up. We do laugh a lot on the set. Mostly I’m just trying to get the extras to follow me on Twitter and Vine. Now, I could’ve been more sensitive and said “background actors”, but that wouldn’t sound as funny.
YH: What can fans expect in the upcoming season of “Teen Wolf”?
OA: I have no idea; I haven’t read a script since the pilot. Kidding. Or am I? Listen, I’m on the show, so I’m biased, but from what I’ve seen, I think the fans will be thrilled. There are so many new cool characters and stor lines adding more life to an already great show.
And also a fun fact: Orny was in the original movie!
YH: How does it feel to be playing the only character on the show that was actually in the Teen Wolf movie?
OA: Actually, Scott and Stiles were characters in the movie too. I think what you meant to ask was how does it feel to be the only cast member alive when Teen Wolf the movie came out.
‘Teen Wolf’ Superfan’s Premiere Party Featured Gasps, Swoons And CRYSTAL REED!
Screening an episode of “Buffy The Vampire Slayer” alongside Sarah Michelle Gellar would have given us multiple aneurysms way back when, so we can completely understand the pinch-me looks plastered on the faces of these rabid “Teen Wolf” superfans, who got to watch last night’s Season 3 premiere alongside show star Crystal Reed. The actress behind Allison Argent made her way to New Jersey to cozy up with the winners of the Teen Wolf Ultimate Premiere Party contest — who all happen to be classmates — at teenager Olivia Malesco’s house. Then: utter and complete magic.
Throughout the night, Crystal answered a ton of burning questions, including whether or not she thinks Scott and Allison should get back together (for the record, she gives the idea a thumb’s down… at least for now), but the real fun came when the episode started. Killer twins! Killer birds! KILLER TATTOO, SCOTT! And while everyone swooned when Stiles made his first appearance, they gasped when Deucalion revealed his blind eyes. Observation: There is a pretty clear divide between good and evil this season, wouldn’t ya say?
YouTube Sensation Tyler Oakley And Superfan Shantal Rhodes Welcome ‘Teen Wolf’ Twins To After Show [Video]
The Teen Wolf twins, Charlie and Max Carver (Ethan and Aidan) sat down with Youtube sensation Tyler Oakley and superfan Shantal Rhodes @ The FANtastic Show – After Show to talk about the premiere 3×01: Tattoo that premiered last Monday, and dig in on their characters;
The brothers dish on everything from who’s more likely to get arrested to the identity behind their characters’ beastly hybrid in the video below, and evidently, the monster is Charlie… after a hearty helping of human growth hormone. “Little bit of shrinkage, but it’s worth it,” Charlie confesses. The guys are so in sync, you might be surprised to hear they actually have different birthdays, but when it comes to choosing who’s the biggest flirt between them, their flow finally breaks. Neither wants to cop to the honor, but we’re sure Tyler and Shantal would agree it’s a tie.
Teen Wolf Online’s interview with composer Dino Meneghin
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I am so excited to post this, guys! Today I can share the interview with Teen Wolf‘s music composer Dino Meneghin. Continue reading;
TeenWolfOnline: What got you into music? How did you start your career?
I’ve been involved in music ever since I was a kid. I remember winning some guitar lessons from a local music store as part of a school raffle when I was about seven. After that, I was hooked! I decided I wanted to become a guitar player and go to music school, so I went to USC and majored in Studio/ Jazz Guitar. After I graduated, I worked with a lot of pop and r&b bands. Later, I transitioned into playing in rock bands. I worked during these years as a sideman or guitar-player-for-hire. It was a lot of fun- I have a lot of great memories of that period.
Is being involved in music something that runs in the family?
As a matter of fact, yes! My brother, Marco, is a great drummer. We’ve worked with people together back when I was working as a guitarist, and he’s working with Phillip Phillips and Lee Dewyze right now.
What is your favorite Teen Wolf track?
Oh, boy! Well, they say your best work should always be ahead of you, so I’ll say my favorite track is one I haven’t written yet!
Do you have more projects coming up?
Yes- nothing I can talk about quite yet, but it’s shaping up to be a really fun year.
How long does it take to complete a new track?
That really depends on what the track is and how long it is. For example, if it’s a big action or horror scene where there’s a lot of sound design and I’m hitting a lot of action points, that can take a lot longer than something where characters are talking, and I just have to lay down a cool little bed underneath that.
What kind of work/profession would you do if composing music hadn’t worked out?
Definitely something in the tech industry. I’m a big tech guy. We use so much tech as composers, it’s hard not to be really involved with that stuff.
Q: Who is your idol?
Composer-wise? That’s a loaded question! There are so many great composers doing stuff right now, it’s almost impossible to pick. If I had to pick one guy, however, it would have to be Ennio Morricone.
Where do you get your inspiration from?
Mostly the back of Kombucha bottles.
Do you use some kind of motive/emotion of a character or situation to create a track?
Absolutely. All of the major characters and situations have themes. I use these and vary them depending on what’s happening onscreen.
If so, what kind of style do you have in mind then?
For Teen Wolf, we definitely have established a style over the past two seasons. We have certain sounds and instruments that are a part of our tonal palate. That being said, I always try to add new things and broaden the sound of the show while still keeping it recognizable.
Do you think about creating a track before or after you’ve seen an episode?
I do get scripts and make notes about themes and what goes where, but I find that I need to see an episode at least once to really get an idea for what the whole show will sound like. It’s important to see things like the director’s use of light and color so you can compliment what that person is doing. After that, the editors really have a huge effect on the feel of the show- whether they cut fast or slow, what takes they choose. I have a great relationship with our editors at Teen Wolf, and I have a lot of respect for what they do. Once I watch the show down with an editor, it really begins a collaborative process between everybody involved, especially with Jeff Davis, the show’s creator, EP, and showrunner.
I know you can’t spill much but so far this season, what scene has been your favourite to compose as far as music goes and what characters have featured in it?
Hmmm… that sounds like you’re trying to get spoilers out of me! There is some really interesting stuff in episode five that is very different from everything else we’ve been doing on the show. How about that?
I’d like to thank Dino Meneghin and his management for taking the time to answer these questions. It’s been great talking to you and I can’t wait to see what is in store for you next! Wish you the best!
MCMBuzz sat down with Tyler Hoechlin, Holland Roden, Daniel Sharman, Crystal Reed and Executive Producer Christian Taylor to talk about season 3;
Q: For people who have not seen the show in the UK, how would you sum it up, how would you describe the vibe and the flavour of it? CHRISTIAN: Well Jeff Davis always talks about how his inspiration is The Lost Boys, as its one of his favourite movies. It’s an investigation in to what it is to be young and to experience all those dynamics of growing, but then the show is quite sophisticated, in the framework of what we do in terms of comedy and the performances. It’s adventure, it’s fun, it’s serious and it’s horror. This season (series 3) in particular we are doing a lot of horror. I hope that makes sense (laughs). I’m sorry, I’m just waking up. TYLER: For me it’s been fun to watch the show evolve. When it first started it was very much like The Lost Boys with that romantic story at the core of it, with a lot of action and elements of humour mixed in. This season, season three, there is a lot of action, which is a fun new thing to play with, there are more wolves this year and a lot of new characters, which is exciting. Yeah, it’s been really fun to watch it grow, to see it evolve and to introduce new elements to show as we continue.
Q: Do you think that now that you are coming onto season three, that people are forgetting about the film, because it’s a very different thing? CHRISTIAN: Yeah, definitely. I think we lived under the shadow of the name Teen Wolf. The film was exactly what it was and should have been, and Jeff has created a show that is… I don’t want to say more sophisticated, but I suppose it is. It’s a different animal. DANIEL: I don’t see it at all in the same way; I didn’t from the start when I came on in the second season. It doesn’t remind me of it at all. CRYSTAL: Much like Buffy The Vampire Slayer went out on its own.
Q: What was the decision to reboot Teen Wolf? Did you just get sick of vampires? CHRISTIAN: They said to Jeff, “We want to develop this property” and he said, “Well, I will only do it, if I can do it like this…” and it was under that shadow and these guys on season one really lived under the shadow of Twilight. This show is very irreverent, there is no sparkling. Jeff always talks about it being a Spider-Man story, and he is really involved in superheroes, he loves all that stuff, we all do, but when he talks about it as a Spider-Man story, it just makes sense.