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Teen Wolf Creator Threatens No Characters Are Safe in the Sequel Film

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Teen Wolf series creator Jeff Davis promises that any of the characters appearing in Teen Wolf: The Movie could live or die in the upcoming sequel.


Teen Wolf series creator Jeff Davis promised that none of the characters are safe in the upcoming sequel movie.


In an interview with SFX, Davis discussed what will bring the original characters back to Beacon Hills in Teen Wolf: The Movie, starting with the return of Crystal Reed’s Allison Argent, who died in Season 3 of the MTV series. With most of the original cast returning for the sequel, Davis stated that no one is safe and audiences will have to wait to see which characters will survive Teen Wolf: The Movie.

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“What brings them back is incited by Chris Argent [JR Bourne], who has been having these mysterious visions and dreams of his daughter, Allison,” Davis said. “There’s the idea that his daughter might never have actually crossed over when she died. He finds out that Scott is experiencing the same thing, too. Scott has been seeing her in his mind, in his dreams, and thinking, ‘Are these memories or is this something real?’ And they keep becoming more and more real to him.” When asked if there would be more Teen Wolf stories to tell after the movie’s release, Davis joked, “What did Daniel Craig say after that Bond movie? ‘I’d rather slit my wrists.’ I wouldn’t say that, but this was exhausting. Give me a breather.”


Teen Wolf: The Movie Is Basically Teen Wolf Season 7

The first full-length trailer for Teen Wolf: The Movie was released in December 2022 and saw the original cast return to Beacon Hills years after the events of the original MTV series. Per the synopsis, Teen Wolf: The Movie will see the emergence of a “terrifying new evil,” which will draw Scott McCall (Tyler Posey) and the rest of the pack back to Beacon Hills. Davis told SFX that Teen Wolf: The Movie “is basically season seven all in one movie.” He said, “It was trying to give the fans big moments, tear-jerking moments and funny moments, while giving them throwbacks to what the show was, but also a few new things like Vince Mattis, who plays Eli, Derek Hale’s son.”

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Teen Wolf ran for six seasons on MTV from 2011 to 2017. Most of the original Teen Wolf cast will return for the sequel film. Apart from Posey and Reed, the movie features a mix of original cast members and franchise newcomers, including Holland Roden, Shelley Hennig, JR Bourne, Colton Haynes, Melissa Ponzio, Ian Bohen, Dylan Sprayberry, Seth Gillam, Vince Mattis, Khylin Rhambo, and Tyler Hoechlin. Cast members not returning include Dylan O’Brien and Arden Cho, who played Stiles Stilinski and Kira Yukimura, respectively.

Posey confirmed his return as protagonist Scott McCall in October 2021, saying he was “excited to play this character again.” “I miss him, I love him,” the actor said. “We were in high school for what seemed like 10 years. I’m excited to see them age and get out of high school. High school was such a character in itself on the show, so I’m excited to see how it’s going to be without that sort of character of a school involved. It will be interesting.”

All six seasons of the series are currently available to stream on Paramount+. Teen Wolf: The Movie premieres on Paramount+ on Jan. 26, 2023.

Source: SFX

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