Teen Wolf Movie Is Coming but These Characters Won’t Be Returning
‘Teen Wolf’ Movie Is Coming but These Characters Won’t Be Returning
Say it ain't so!
Teen Wolf fans rejoice! The movie is in pre-production and the official cast has been announced, but a few beloved characters will not be returning.
Tyler Posey reprises his role as Scott McCall alongside castmates Holland Roden, Colton Haynes, Shelley Hennig, Crystal Reed, Orny Adams, Linden Ashby, JR Bourne, Seth Gilliam, Ryan Kelley, Melissa Ponzio, and Dylan Sprayberry.
But according to Variety, Dylan O’Brien, Arden Cho, and Tyler Hoechlin are not currently attached to the project.
Seeing as O'Brien provided much of the homoerotic tension on the show as Stiles, it's an understatement to say we're disappointed. No Sterek? Say it ain't so.
We also have a description for the film. "A terrifying evil emerges in Beacon Hills. The wolves are howling once again, calling for the return of banshees, werecoyotes, hellhounds, kitsunes, and every other shapeshifter in the night. But only a werewolf like Scott McCall (Posey), no longer a teenager yet still an alpha, can gather both new allies and reunite trusted friends to fight back against what could be the most powerful and deadliest enemy they’ve ever faced."
Jeff Davis, the creator of the original series, is back to produce the show and a subsequent Paramount+ series Wolf Pack, which is based on a 2004 book series of the same name. It's unclear if the series in the same universe as Teen Wolf, but it's "about a teenage boy and girl’s lives that are changed forever when a California wildfire awakens a terrifying supernatural creature and drives it to attack a highway traffic jam beneath the burning hills. Wounded in the chaos, the boy and girl are inexplicably drawn to each other and to two other teenagers who were adopted sixteen years earlier by a park ranger after another mysterious wildfire. As the full moon rises, all four teens come together to unravel the secret that connects them – the bite and blood of a werewolf."