Tiffany   —   03 28 2014

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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.”

Source: eonline.com

Tiffany   —   03 26 2014

Also confirmed for SDCC is 20th Century Fox film The Maze Runner, the upcoming film based on the James Dashner young adult series. The film was originally slated for last month (and it even appeared at Nerd HQ during last summer’s SDCC), but was pushed back to September19, 2014.

Lead actor Dylan O’Brien, best known for appearing in Teen Wolf,told Hypable last fall that the move will allow them to appear at San Diego Comic-Con in a much bigger way for 2014:

“We get to do Comic-Con San Diego next year, which we wouldn’t have gotten to do otherwise, so that’ll be good too.”

We’ve also been hearing that it’s very possible we’ll be seeing the film and O’Brien at WonderCon next month.

Source:  sdccblog.com

Tiffany   —   03 24 2014

I’ve added additional episode stills from tonight’s Teen Wolf finale. Enjoy!

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Tiffany   —   03 24 2014

I’ve added a new HQ behind the scenes picture from tonight’s episode of Teen Wolf. Check it out below, and don’t forget to watch the season finale tonight on MTV!

"TEEN WOLF" SEASON 3 - starring Tyler Posey, Dylan O'Brien, Crys

Tiffany   —   03 23 2014

Dylan O’Brien chatted with Cinema.de at Comic Con in this interview that surfaced a few days ago! He talks his character of Thomas in The Maze Runner, and how interesting it was to portray a character that experiences a rebirth. He literally doesn’t know who he is, and then slowly parts of his previous self start to surface, and he discovers who he is. He also talks portraying a character from a book, and an anxiety dream he had after being told there were snake wranglers on set! Watch the interview below:

“[Thomas] is literally reset as a person, so it’s sort of interesting what happens. He can become whoever he wants to be! Who he was before doesn’t matter.” – Dylan O’Brien

Source: pagetopremiere.com

Tiffany   —   03 23 2014

I’ve added a new still from the season finale of Teen Wolf titled “The Divine Move” which airs tomorrow at 10 on MTV. Check it out below.

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Tiffany   —   03 21 2014

I’ve added additional online promotionals/movie stills to the gallery. Check them out below!

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Tiffany   —   03 18 2014

The official poster and a brand new still from The Maze Runner have been added to the gallery. Check them out below!

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Tiffany   —   03 18 2014

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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Tiffany   —   03 17 2014

I’ve added 6 episode stills from tonight’s episode of Teen Wolf

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