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2x12: Masterplan (August, 13 2012)
Season 2 has ended! The cast/crew started filming season 3 on December, 3rd 2012
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1×12: Code-Breaker Promotional Pictures
Added the promotional pictures of the season finale 1×12 Code-Breaker
Zap2it posted a lot of spoilers related of ‘Teen Wolf‘
Well, “Teen Wolf” fans, that’s a wrap on Season 1. The season finale aired Monday night, and we said goodbye to two characters: the devious Alpha werewolf (Ian Bohen) and Allison’s crazy aunt Kate (Jill Wagner).
Eliminating two villains certainly brought the first chapter of the MTV series to a satisfying close, but the finale wasn’t without some major cliffhangers — most notably that Derek (Tyler Hoechlin) is the new Alpha, and Jackson (Colton Haynes) currently on the wrong end of those alpha fangs.
Stiles (Dylan O’Brien) gets a love life! While executive producer Jeff Davis has always said that Stiles would never get the girl, “never” may not be as long as it sounds. “Expect for some amount of romance to enter Stiles’ life in the second season,” he tells Zap2it. As to whether that romance involves Lydia (Holland Roden), it’s anyone’s guess!
There will be a female werewolf. Speaking of Lydia — we still don’t know exactly what happened to her. Davis assures us that next season we’ll see a girl transform, but he’s not spilling as to whether it’s Lydia or not. Regardless, she’s definitely got an interesting road ahead of her. After nearly dying at the hand of the Alpha, even if she stays human, some people are going to have some explaining to do.
Dylan O’Brien : ‘Fans Will Be ‘Upset’ by Deaths Tonight’
Let it be known that Teen Wolf’s Stiles (Dylan O’Brien) wins the non-existent Watch With Kristin award for our favorite summer TV character. Yes, we think he’s that awesome.
Now that we’ve revealed our love for all things Stiles, you can imagine our delight when we got the chance to speak with Dylan before tonight’s finale, in which two people die. So is anyone safe? Dylan says:
“It doesn’t seem like it, right? It seems like everyone’s got some kind of pickle that they’re in.” Way to assuage our fear of losing Stiles, Dyl pickle.
When we last saw our favorite sidekick, he was forced to help the Alpha in order to save his crush Lydia’s (Holland Roden) life. So where will we see him at the start of the finale?
“Stiles now is under the Alpha’s control. Lydia becomes out of his control, he does save her at that one moment but then he has to do something for the Alpha,” Dylan explains. “The Alpha lets me call Jackson (Colton Haynes) to let him know she’s hurt. Lydia goes to the hospital and it becomes a question of whether she’s stable or not. It’s pretty intense.”
Thank you Teen Wolf, for giving us an amazing first season!
I just needed to post this up! This fanvideo with a huge thank you is made by TeenWolfGirls. I’m thinking of creating a fanvideo myself after the finale which will be tomorrow and if I succeed, it’ll be my first fanvideo ever!
FORMER model Colton Haynes plays the villainous Jackson in the television revamp of hit 1980s film Teen Wolf
The 23-year-old’s character makes life a misery for part-time werewolf Scott (Tyler Posey), in Teen Wolf.
The Sky Living series is loosely based on the 1985 Michael J Fox movie of the same name, but swaps comedy for dark drama.
Colton says he had never seen the original movie and only watched it after he got the role.
” I didn’t want to go in with any preconceived notions of how I thought Teen Wolf should be. Our show is not really like the original. We’re trying to appeal to a new generation. You cannot recreate the original anyway, it’s perfect the way it is.”
Russell Mulcahy : ‘Season 2 is going to be a thrill ride!’
MTV’s TEEN WOLF has proved itself to be much more than what one might expect of a TV series about a teenaged werewolf. The show is not only sharp and full of adolescent comedy and angst, but also suspenseful, atmospheric and sometimes genuinely scary. These qualities are largely due to the efforts of writer/executive producer Jeff Davis and his fellow executive producer, director Russell Mulcahy.
Mulcahy, an Australian native who got his start in directing on music videos before having a massive feature film hit with the original 1986 HIGHLANDER, helmed half of this season’s TEEN WOLF episodes. At a party thrown by MTV for the Television Critics Association, Mulcahy talks about what goes into making TEEN WOLF and hints at what we can expect in Season Two. He notes that balancing the show’s tone has been a concern for both him and Davis.
RUSSELL MULCAHY: That was a real endeavor at the beginning, to make it generally scary, to have real characters and smart dialogue with humor in it.
AX: It has a lot of big-screen horror film stylistic elements, like the fog and the wide shots …
MULCAHY: Yes. And the matte paintings, and you’ll see in the [last few Season One] episodes, the scale gets bigger and bigger. Jeff Davis and myself really are huge fans of the cinema in general, and so we really tried to give the show a cinematic feel.