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.

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Producer Jeff Davis talked to Moviepilot.Com about the Season 5B and what’s next for Teen Wolf. Check out bits of the interview (questions pertaining Dylan) below and read the whole thing here.

Yesterday we had a little chat, today we get to talk a bit longer, so what idea do you have in mind for Season 6?

I can’t really say that it is going to happen. But I would like to introduce the Ghost Riders and Arachnes. If I will use the Hellhound or not, I can’t say. But the pack will need a lot of people, because that’s for season 6A, 6B I would follow it up with 1 More villain that ends up with a big cliffhanger for season 7A.

Is Stalia done for good?

In this show we can’t say anything about that.

Are new opening credits coming for season 5B?

I don’t know if we’re going to do that already, but we probably will. But there are new opening credits for season 6 for sure. We might change Dylan O’brien’s opening, we also have Shelley’s opening that we’re trying to chance, then we might add 2 or 3 people.

Yeah it would be. But why no Dylan O’Brien?

I wouldn’t even ask him. Not because I don’t want him in my show, because he might make a guest appearance or 2 in a season. But he’s such a movie star and he’s going to do big things. I can’t hold him back. Teen Wolf still helps him. But if I do a Comedy/drama show he wouldn’t learn anything new.

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Many ships have crashed and burned throughout four seasons of “Teen Wolf,” but one that has remained steady is the ultimate bro-ship of Scott (Tyler Posey) and Stiles (Dylan O’Brien). Now it is going to be tested like never before in Season 5.
Their unwavering loyalty to each other broke hearts with episodes like “Motel California” when Stiles had to talk Scott out of killing himself. Then again in Season 3 when Stiles was diagnosed with the same teenage dementia his mother had and Scott promised, “If you have it, we’ll do something. I’ll do something.”
When it turned out Stiles didn’t have dementia but was instead inhabited by an evil Japanese “jokester” spirit, Scott didn’t rest until he found a way to save his friend.
No matter what horror has landed in Beacon Hills, the best friends are always there for each other.  In Season 5, they’ll be challenged by even more frightening beasts and the challenge of staying together once they graduate
“Stiles says that his dad has friends from high school that he never talks to anymore so Stiles worries that Scott and he will drift apart one day,” Posey explains to Zap2it during a “Teen Wolf” set visit.  “He wants to maintain their friendship and live close to each other. Scott wants the same. He loves his buddy. They’ve been through everything together.”
However, as the first trailer for Season 5 shows, things aren’t going that smoothly for the guys. The stress of the new evil force in town clearly wears on their friendship.
“They get pulled apart a little bit. They have a blowout, which is going to be really fun to play,” Posey says. “We have toyed with Scott and Stiles getting mad at each other but this is different. There may be some tears coming from some upset fans.”
Stiles isn’t the only one pulling away from Scott. This season will test all of his relationships and Scott may have to figure out everyone without the power of his pack.
“He has a lot of love for Stiles and Kira [Arden Cho]. Those are his rocks, but they are being pulled away from him right now,” Posey says. “We haven’t really played with Scott losing his mind. He always knows what’s happening and what step to take next. He doesn’t know why his friends are being pulled away from him and he’s at a loss — which is new for him.”
Find out if Scott can put things back together — and more importantly what’s pulling everyone apart — when “Teen Wolf” Season 5 premieres Monday, June 29 at 10 p.m. ET on MTV.
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StilesBadJuJu: Anything at all you can tease about the Teen Wolf premiere?
How about five small teases? Expect to see a truly epic kiss, a familiar face to make a surprising return, a new werewolf, one of the series regulars in MAJOR peril, and sweet references to two former series regulars, one whose character is dead and one who’s still alive, just not currently in Beacon Hills. (Tissues may be needed.)

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“The Maze Runner” star Dylan O’Brien wants fans to be prepared for the film series to diverge further from the books in the upcoming sequel, “Maze Runner: The Scorch Trials.”
“We strayed a little from the book, so I hope [the fans] are cool with that because we still have plenty of stuff from the book in there,” O’Brien says to Zap2it before the “Teen Wolf” panel at Paleyfest 2015.
While O’Brien wasn’t specific about what changes were made from the book to the film, he did say that he feels good about what they were able to capture and he delivered his best for fans of the book series and the first film.
“I walked away every day proud,” he says. “That’s all I can worry about. I can’t worry if the movie is good too.”
The second book in James Dashner young adult series picks up after Thomas (O’Brien) and his friends have escaped from their prison maze called “The Glade.” Now they must make their way through their disease-ravaged world to figure out why they’re being experimented on and to have a chance at surviving The Flare — a deadly virus that slowly erodes one’s humanity.
The first movie, “The Maze Runner,” also diverged from the source material, notably by playing down the romance between Thomas and Theresa (Kaya Scodelario) to focus on their attempts to get out of the maze. In “The Scorch Trials” Thomas meets another potential love interest in Brenda (Rosa Salazaar) though, so the film series has some catching up to do if they plan to stay true to the series’ love triangle.
The film wrapped production in January and is still in the early stages of editing, so O’Brien can’t weigh in on the final cut yet.
“We just wrapped shooting a month ago. They’ve only been cutting it for that long, so I haven’t seen it. I think it’s great though,” O’Brien says. “I feel like we accomplished something every day. I just have to be happy with the experience, and I am, so that’s the icing on the cake.”
“The Scorch Trials” hits theaters on Sept. 18.
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TVLINE | Can you give us a Stiles-Malia update?

They ended really well in Season 4, but they’re going to be seniors this year, and there are a lot of things that happen when you’re a senior in high school. There are big decisions you have to make, including the whole “high school sweethearts thing,” even though I wouldn’t use the word “sweetheart” for Malia; it just doesn’t feel appropriate. But I’m sure there are going to be some real-life changes and decisions that need to be made in order to move onto the next phase of their lives. I’m looking forward to exploring the reality of these teenagers so people can really relate to them. This is Teen Wolf, and there’s never smooth sailing, so I’m going to make a pretty good assumption that something will test Stiles and Malia’s relationship.

Source: TVLine.Com

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Season 4 of ‘Teen Wolf’ premieres on June 23, and with it, will there be a love triangle centered around Dylan O’Brien’s Stiles Stilinski? Can fans expect Stydia, Stalia, or even some Sterek? Read on for spoilers from the premiere!

Teen Wolf Season 4 premieres on June 23, and we literally could not be more excited. Werewolves, werecoyotes, werejaguars and weremiscellany aside, could there be a potential love triangle happening between Lydia (Holland Roden), Stiles (Dylan O’Brien), and Malia (Shelley Hennig)? Read on to hear what we thought about the premiere and tell us what ships you’ll be sailing for Season 4!

‘Teen Wolf’ Love Triangle: Will Lydia And Malia Battle It Out For Stiles’ Affection?

There has been a lot of teasing about a potential love triangle situation for Season 4, but I watched the premiere, and I’m not seeing it. Sorry to the fans of love triangles — if there are any of you out there — but it looks like there will be just one lady love for Stiles on tap for Season 4.

We’ve been seeing a lot of fan outrage over the possible triangle – and I see you, Rule 34, solving that problem already — but from what I can tell, you’re safe. For now.

‘Teen Wolf’ Season 4: Will Stiles Find Love With Malia Or Lydia?

We all remember Stiles’ super-sensuous makeout sesh — and maybe more – with Malia in the basement of Eichen House (because psychiatric institutions breed romance) but will they continue where they left off? Or is Malia just too wild after spending her formative years as a coyote?

And what about Lydia? Now that Aiden (Max Carver) has died, and Jackson (Colton Haynes) is still in London, Stydia/Martinski shippers may finally get their wish. After all, they shared a kiss — kind of — after she used that tactic to calm him from a panic attack in Season 3A. (Hint: we’ll see a kiss used to calm someone down in the premiere. But between whom?!)

That said, I don’t want to speak for anybody else, but I, personally, would love for Lydia to focus on herself and on discovering what her banshee powers mean for her. She doesn’t need that love triangle drama! (Nor do Stiles or Malia, really.) However, it would be great for any of the characters to find love and happiness after the absolute trauma that was Season 3B! Although Derek should probably continue to steer clear of the ladies.

‘Teen Wolf’ Season 4: Will There Be Any Sterek?

Finally, I’d hate to leave the Sterek shippers without any scoop. While I certainly don’t want to promise (or spoil) any specific interaction between Stiles and Derek (Tyler Hoechlin), I think that you’ll all be very happy with the depth of Stiles’ consideration of Derek as an ally. (Sorry to be so vague!)

Lastly, I want the fanfic writers to have their fingers poised over their keyboards for the very last moment of the premiere — you’ll be inspired. Trust in that. I would never lead you on.

Source: hollywoodlife.com

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Of course, he’s speaking of Stiles and Malia, who, ahem, wasted no time and got right to down to business in season three.

But judging from the way the show handled the Scott-Allison-Isaac-Kira non-love-square situation, you can rest easy knowing Stiles probably won’t be at the center of a love triangle in season four.

“Well, I’m not a huge fan of love triangles myself,” Davis explains, “But you’ll definitely see some growing feelings between Malia and Stiles.”

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It doesn’t matter if you’re a greenie, a runner, or if you have no idea what either of those words means. That’s still one of many central mysteries plaguing the group of unlucky boys stranded in the Glade of The Maze Runner — a new film from director Wes Ball based on novelist James Dashner’s hugely popular dystopian series. The story opens with a disoriented teen trapped in an elevator. He only knows his name: Thomas.

Soon Thomas (Teen Wolf’s Dylan O’Brien) finds himself among a group of boys, all living in a field surrounded by impossibly high walls. It’s a maze, and no one knows why they are there or how to get out. Mythologies swirl and the stakes keep rising as the boys try to uncover the mysteries of their plight. It doesn’t help that things “start changing” when Thomas arrives. To describe much more could spoil things for the uninitiated—but now that the trailer has finally arrived, Maze Runner devotees have a treasure trove of clues to dissect.

James Dashner was nice enough to talk to EW about the trailer, his favorite parts, and all the details that will leave die-hard fans either howling or scratching their heads. Check out Dashner’s deep dive after the jump:

James Dashner: The trailer begins just like the book did. Although I described the opening sequence as total darkness in the book, that wouldn’t make very good sense for a movie. I think Wes Ball captured the spirit of that pivotal opening moment so perfectly, showing the terror in Thomas’s eyes and the dirt and sweat and jerky movements of it all. The sounds are so perfect, cranking and squealing and metallic jolts. I got chills when the doors opened.

Dashner: I saw so much footage throughout the process without sound, and something that always struck me was how well Dylan O’Brien can act, just with his facial expressions and body movements alone. This guy is a star, period.

Dashner: More than anything else, the capture of the Maze walls as Thomas spins around matches my vision 100 percent. I can’t believe how perfectly they nailed that in this film.

Dashner: Two quick things you might notice: There’s a large treehouse/lookout thing in the Glade that’s cool and becomes symbolic in a way…

…and people have scratched their names into one of the walls.

Dashner: You also hear a brief roar of the Griever, which is exactly how I imagined it.

Dashner: People are going to go nuts when they hear Newt (Thomas Brodie-Sangster) speak for the first time. He and Minho are fan favorites in the books by a long shot.

Dasnher: Appropriately, right after that you see Minho (Ki Hong Lee) run into the Maze, then you see him studying a model scale of the maze that was one of my favorite set pieces. That’s a perfect example of a small change from book to movie that makes such good sense. In the book, the maps were on paper. Well, that’s beyond boring on the big screen. Much better to have a big, 3-D model!

Dasnher: Next, you get two really quick shots that will make people howl and speculate. First, walls closing on someone inside the Maze. I don’t wanna say who that is, but fans will probably guess…

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