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[3x12] "Lunar Eclipse" (August, 19 2013)
Under Deaton's advice, Scott and his friends use an ancient but extremely dangerous ritual to help them both save the lives of the people they love and stop Deucalion from achieving his sinister goal.
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First Season 3 Promo @ MTV Movie Awards Tomorrow Night
Don’t miss the MTV Movie Awards TOMORROW at 9/8c to catch the very first Teen Wolf Season 3 promo – you don’t want to miss it!
Holland Roden Will Host Movie Awards Red Carpet Report!
She’s baaack! We’re SO stoked to announce the return of Teen Wolf star Holland Roden as our MTV.com Red Carpet Report host for the 2013 MTV Movie Awards on April 14. You may remember her killer hosting skills from the 2012 Video Music Awards where she interviewed everyone from Miley Cyrus to Ke$ha to bestie Colton Haynes, and this time around she’ll be even more ready for whatever fashion fodder is thrown her way. Holland said she’s “so excited to be the fashion correspondent for MTV Style again! Had a blast interviewing my music idols at the VMAs. Excited to be in my realm and interview my peers for the Movie Awards. Can’t wait to see which designers dominate the carpet.” Um, us either, girl!
If you haven’t been studying Holland’s sartorial savviness as of late, she’s been bringing her retro-glam A-game 24/7 with fiery retro waves and a signature bold pout. And, you guys, she really does know her fashion stuff—she talked all-things style while co-hosting MTV’s Most Stylin’ Stars Of The Year runway show last year and made sure to hit up New York Fashion Week for all her sartorial research. Holland follows in the footsteps of former Movie Awards hosts Christian Siriano (for 2009, 2010 and 2011!), and, most recently, another fave style star of ours, Kat Graham. Be sure to tune in this Sunday, April 14 to watch Holland talk all-things fashion!
Everyone wondered how Colton’s character Jackson was/is written off the show. It has finally been revealed
In a new interview with various Teen Wolf cast members, one of them let slip where Jackson may be now that he won’t be in Beacon hills for season 3.
The interview was conducted by FearNet, who talked to Dylan O’Brien (Stiles), Tyler Posey (Scott), and Jeff Davis (Executive Producer).
Check out the interview below, in which the guys talk about what we can expect from season 3.
The interview is basically a rehash of what we’ve been hearing from everyone recently — that the show will get back to its horror roots, that the Alpha Pack is coming to town, and that there’s going to be quite a bit of action this time around as well.
Interestingly, however, Posey states, “There’s one line in the show, and it says that Colton’s in London.” Colton is, of course, Colton Haynes, who plays Jackson. Haynes left the show prior to season 3 and has since joined CW’s Arrow.
The departure of Jackson hit fans pretty hard when the news broke back in October, and the main question has always been how the writers will explain his absence. This is especially true after the conclusion of season 2, which saw Jackson turning into a werewolf.
In January, we learned that Lydia will be the one to mention Jackson’s absence, “thanks to a quippy explanation.”
Running to England seems fairly drastic for Jackson, especially for someone who is only in his junior year of high school, though it does provide a good excuse as to why no one will be seeing him or hearing from him any time soon. Not to mention that it will certainly leave the door open for a return.
We also have to wonder if he is running from the events he caused as the Kanima or if he is running toward possible answers as to who his real parents are. Why he’s looking in London, we don’t know. Nor may we ever know, unless Haynes decides to join Teen Wolf again.
Spoiler: Who’s going to be Allison’s love interest?
Hi Sandra! In your last Teen Wolf article (AMAZING PICTURES!) you mentioned Allison getting a new love interest. I was wondering if it’s going to be someone Scott knows or someone new and if you know how he’s going to react. Thanks! — Cassie
I had the same questions for executive producer Jeff Davis. And while I can’t tell you WHO it is, this is what he told me about Scott’s surprising reaction. “Last season he said, ‘I’ll wait for you. I know we’re meant to be together,’ but he’s going to have to wonder if that’s the hope of a teenage boy and not the reality of a man,” he says.
Shiz is about to get real serious in Beacon Hills this season. How do we know this? The FBI is coming! Towards the end of the first half of season three, fans will meet the handsome and tough Jack Keller, a field agent, who comes to town on official business and we’re hearing his presence will have a profound impact on Beacon Hills.
Composer Dino Meneghin Talks Scoring Methods And Season 3′s Sinister Tones
MTV’s Remote Control sat down with composer Dino Meneghin to talk about his job as the music composer of Teen Wolf and Season 3′s music;
You’ve played music for everyone from Josh Groban to Liz Phair. How did you wind up composing for “Teen Wolf”?
I had been working as a guitar player — touring and making records — and in 2007, I started doing some library music. I was recording pieces that would be licensed to different shows on MTV or VH1. In 2009, I ended up working on “Taking The Stage” as a music producer. Laura Webb was the music supervisor, and when she got the call to do “Teen Wolf,” I was on the road with Michael Bublé. She asked me to submit some stuff, and then, like, four months later, I got the call that Jeff Davis had liked my reel and wanted to talk to me. That was the end of 2010, and I started the show in January 2011.
How was working on “Taking The Stage” different from your “Teen Wolf” job?
For “Taking The Stage,” I would do everything from helping the kids write their songs to helping them record them. I was the musical Swiss Army Knife. What I enjoy about writing for “Teen Wolf” is that it covers a lot of ground — we can go everywhere from comedy to dark stuff, and I have to say, I like doing the dark stuff. Horror movies have some of the best music, and musicians love to do it. Nobody who’s completely healthy volunteers to do this for a living.
How do you prepare for the darker tones?
I sit in a room with black candles.
What is the process of putting the music to the show?
First, the editors will work with temporary music from past seasons while cutting an episode. And when they get close to a final cut, I’ll watch it online and make notes about timing and everything through the episode. And then we go home and start to work — we usually have a week to deliver between 30 and 35 minutes of music for an episode. As soon as we get stuff done, we upload it, the editors make notes and we’ll make those changes. Then, it goes in the show.
The 9th episode of the third season carries the name “The Girl Who Knew Too Much“,’ which is a play on Hitchcock’s ‘The Man Who Knew Too Much’. And with that title comes a creepy shot on set of this episode. I wonder what is in those jars!
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.