Episode screencaptures and episode stills from Tuesday’s episode of Teen Wolf titled “The Last Chimera” have been added to the gallery.

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The first picture of Dylan as Caleb Holloway in Deepwater Horizon has been released. It’s a behind the scenes photo, but nonetheless, it’s Dylan in character! Check it out full size in the gallery below!

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The “Teen Wolf” Season 5 winter premiere is right around the corner. We had the opportunity to watch the premiere early, so we’re here to give you a few hints at what is to come.

Teen Wolf” Season 5, episode 11, “The Last Chimera,” is fast approaching its January 5 debut at 9 p.m. ET on MTV, but the show can never quite come fast enough. To hold you over, here are five moments from the winter premiere we’re sure will get you even more excited for the rest of the season.

(This is your final chance to bow out if you don’t want to know anything about what’s coming up.)

1. Stiles confronts Scott

We’ve seen it in plenty of previews, but it doesn’t make it any easier to watch Stiles throw Scott against the wall in anger about his father’s current condition. Fans will be happy this devastating scene is out of the way by the end of the premiere, as that hopefully means the two best friends can start to reconcile their relationship.

Read More: zap2it.com

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Additional stills from Maze Runner: The Scorch Trials have been added to the gallery.

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Labels: Movie Stills, The Maze Runner Trilogy, The Scorch Trials

I have finally updated the gallery with the episode screencaptures that were missing from season 5. Don’t forget that the second half of season 5 starts on Tuesday, January 5 at 9/8c.

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Dylan attended the Los Angeles Premiere Party for Teen Wolf. Pictures from the event have been added to the gallery. As more pictures are released, they will be added to the gallery so keep checking back for them.

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2 additional stills from Maze Runner: Scorch Trials have been added to the gallery.

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Little White Corvette is the little engine that could.

The action comedy that was once set up a two different studios and was to have been a starring vehicle for Emma Stone has now been picked up by Twentieth Century Fox.

Dylan O’Brien, the star of Fox’s Maze Runner franchise, is attached to star in Corvette while Iain Morris, who co-created the British comedy The Inbetweeners, is in talks to direct.

The script by Michael Diliberti centers on a dysfunctional pair of siblings, a nerdy brother and a wild older sister, who find a stash of cocaine in their later father’s 1977 Corvette Stingray. They hope to make their problems disappear by scoring a million dollar deal in Miami but their road trip goes south when they are pursued by not only a police but a mysterious man in a Dodge Demon.

O’Brien would play the brother. The sister has not been cast.

Graham King of GK Films is producing. Emma Watts and Jason Young are overseeing for the studio.

Corvette first hit the pavement in 2012 when GK Films acquired the script in a seven-figure deal with Stone attached. Later it was set up at MRC before last being parked at Columbia.

O’Brien, repped by WME and Gotham/Principal, is also the star of MTV’s Teen Wolf and will be seen with Mark Walhberg in Lionsgate’s Deepwwater Horizon.

Source: hollywoodreporter.com

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As anyone who saw “Maze Runner: The Scorch Trials” this past fall can tell you, the so-called Cranks that roam Thomas’ (Dylan O’Brien) post-apocalyptic United States are a nightmare. They bite, scratch, and kill without mercy, but undoubtedly the most terrifying thing about them is that they’re just like us — only they’re unlucky enough to be several stages down the line in a horrible disease called The Flare, which wreaks havoc on the mind and body until the sufferer becomes a horror show straight out of “The Walking Dead.”

Many of the Cranks came to life via the power of makeup — MTV News was on set for a portion of filming, and met several of them — but those nightmare-inducing sewer Cranks were made with the power of CGI movie magic. So it’s pretty damn funny to watch O’Brien and Rosa Salazar, who plays Brenda, acting completely out-of-their-minds terrified of a guy making funny faces in a motion-capture suit.

Source: mtv.com

Labels: The Maze Runner Trilogy, The Scorch Trials