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Tyler Posey: ‘Teen Wolf’ gone wild
“I’ve been working since I was 6,” revealed Tyler Posey, star of the hit MTV monster drama series “Teen Wolf.” In a recent phone interview, Posey talked about nabbing the titular role and working on the show, loosely based on fantasy-comedy films that starred Michael J. Fox and Jason Bateman.
“I’ve been working my entire life. My dad is an actor and a writer. He used to take me to movie sets. It was odd for a 4-year-old to hang out for 12 hours at a time and not complain … My dad got me into auditioning when I was very young,” he said.
As a child actor, Posey played Jennifer Lopez’ son in the 2002 rom-com “Maid in Manhattan.” He eventually appeared in TV shows “Smallville” and “Brothers and Sisters.” He also co-founded, and is the vocalist and guitarist of a pop-punk band called Lost in Kostko. Now 19, Posey plays Scott McCall, the star lacrosse player hiding a savage, lycanthropic side.
Picture: Behind the scenes of Teen Wolf
JR Bourne also posted two pictures behind the scenes of ‘Teen Wolf‘
Picture: JR Bourne & Tyler Hoechlin
JR Bourne posted this picture recently on twitter featuring himself and Tyler Hoechlin;
So guys…. Why so serious?
Tyler Posey ‘freaked out’ for his first job
The Wall Street Journal sat down with Tyler Posey to talk about his first job;
Since he was nine-years-old, Tyler Posey has been acting, both on the big screen and small. Born in Santa Monica, Calif., Posey knew from an early age that he wanted to be in the spotlight. Which is why it comes as no surprise that his first job was in a commercial. (It also helps that his father, John, is an actor/writer.)
“I was six years old and I booked a commercial for a public service announcement about domestic abuse,” Posey, 2o, said. “The commercial was about me and my play sister, we were playing house and we were playing house the way we saw our parents live in our life. And I was mean to her. I was like ‘where’s dinner, why isn’t there dinner on the table when I got home’ and I had to call her a stupid b***h in the commercial. I didn’t want to say it at all and I was freaking out…
More Season 2 Spoilers!!
E! Online posted this article filled with spoilers regarding the second season of Teen Wolf
Now that’s how you do a season finale.
The first season of MTV’s Teen Wolf came to a close on Monday night, and after we finished scrapping the remnants of our jaws off the floor, we were left with a lot of questions. Is Derek (Tyler Hoechlin) replacing Peter (RIP… kind of!) as the new Big Bad? Will Derek turn Jackson (Colton Haynes) into a werewolf? What the hell is Lydia (Holland Roden) now? Will Stiles (Dylan O’Brien) remain awesome? We need answers, people!
Lucky for us, the show’s creator and executive producer Jeff Davis was more than willing to give up some scoop…
The New HWIC: That’s right, Derek will be Head Wolf in Charge when Teen Wolf returns in 2012, a role he’d been working to attain all season. “We had been building to it for a long time. Derek just had his eye on the prize the whole time, which was becoming the Alpha himself,” Jeff says. “It’s our version of The Godfather essentially. He’s become the Godfather. It’s like, what happens to him now? Is he going to use his power for good or evil?”
While he wouldn’t say if Derek will be next season’s Big Bad, Jeff did tell us fans will see Derek recruiting new pack members. “There will be new werewolves rounding out Derek’s pack because the stronger his pack, the stronger Derek becomes, the faster he’ll be able to heal. The stronger your pack, the closer you get to being able to transform into a full wolf,” he explains. “Our werewolves become stronger with a strong pack. They feed off each other’s power, they become more powerful together.”
One of season two’s biggest questions? “Whether or not Scott (Tyler Posey) will join him.” Dun-dun-dun!
Gallery: Twitter pictures
Colton and Holland in Las Vegas
Crystal and this cute dog
Ian and Dylan
The final installment of the Teen Wolf comic released
MTV released the final installment of the Teen Wolf Comic:
Scott goes on the offensive, attacking Allison’s father and the Hunters in a last-ditch attempt to get the serum that will enable him to return to human form. And he better do it quick. Lydia’s party is in two hours and Allison’s laid down an ultimatum–if he doesn’t show up, their relationship is over. Jackson gets off on watching Scott’s life crumble, but nothing motivates a teen-aged Werewolf like a hot girl threatening to break up with him. Can a last-minute assist from Derek and Stiles help save the day? Scott deals with the idea that he may never be human again, as the first comic book story based on MTV’s new hit series concludes! Written by David Tischman (“True Blood”, “Bite Club”). Art by Stephen Mooney (“Angel”). Cover by Joe Corroney. Three of Three.
Season 2 Promo
Still searching for the non-mtv link, so don’t worry!
Teen Wolf Ratings
Teen Wolf was up another tenth in its first season finale to a 0.8 adults 18-49 rating (2.08 million) making it the second most-watched episode in the series. The series’ premiere attracted a total of 2.17 million viewers.
Thanks to Colton Haynes.com (Twitter)