—   09 18 2013

Here is the New York Comic Con schedule for Teen Wolf.  Jeff Davis will officially be attending the event but no word on which cast members will attend.

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On Thursday, October 10th from 1:30-2:30 pm, Fox has a special panel. It’s not officially announced yet, but Fox will be previewing one their major movies that is coming out which includes The Maze Runner, X-Men: Days of Future Past and Dawn of the Planet of the Apes.  Read more about it below:

There’s also a “secret” panel listed for Friday that’s simply called “Fox Special Panel,” with a description that reads “Come check out the hottest new films from 20th Century Fox!” We all know that the big films coming out for Fox include The Maze Runner, X-Men: Days of Future Past and Dawn of the Planet of the Apes. I can not confirm (YET) which of these films will be previewed, but I will update this story as soon as I have more information on the featured cast and films that will land at New York Comic-Con for 2013.

Source: filmfetish.com

  —   09 12 2013

  —   09 10 2013

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In the classroom, Lydia Martin can ace pop quizzes, essays and projects like it’s no skin off her back, but when the second half of “Teen Wolf” Season 3 returns in January, her love life won’t be quite as easy to handle. Holland Roden, the actress behind the studious beauty, recently told E! News that Lydia will have her hands full with Stiles and Aiden when school is back in session. As if life as a banshee wasn’t complicated enough…

“There is more of a love triangle with Lydia,” Holland teased, but added that when the show picks up where it left off, we’ll see the continuation of her new relationship with Aiden, first. “I think it’s very much still fully on so far. It’s kind of, like, a wait and see kind of thing.” And for fans who are hoping her kiss with Stiles could mean Stydia still has a chance of blossoming, Holland said we’ll just have to wait and see. “We are becoming friends, so people have to be patient.”

Source: remotecontrol.mtv.com

  —   09 04 2013

  —   08 28 2013

1. It’s aimed at young guys (but girls will love it too)!

Woah! A young adult GUY movie? After Twilight, almost every YA film made has been aimed at least somewhat towards women. Beautiful CreaturesThe HostThe Mortal Instruments, none of them are guy movies. The only guys seeing these films are people being dragged by their girlfriends. The thing about male-based movies like The Maze Runner is that unlike guys and chick-flicks…girls like them too! Also, even differently than the “teen” audience… I feel like The Maze Runner will pull even younger guys, in the 10-13 range, away from their couches and into the movie theater. However, older guys will enjoy it too. This is a mature story, as well. It’s a mature action packed adventure that both guys and girls will love, and both young AND old people will love. It’s not dumbed down for young people – it’s going to feel real. No CGI Percy Jackson stiltedness.

2. The cast is nearly entirely male – and they aren’t all described as impossibly attractive. What?!

Bella, Tris, Katniss, Clary – the latest heroes of this latest YA film craze have all been women. There’s an obsession with the “strong female lead” but people are looking for something new! For some reason, guys and girls can relate to a male hero but males are reluctant to relate to a female hero. Since a guy wrote this book, you aren’t going to get descriptions of rippling abdomninals. Like Harry Potter, Thomas is an unlikely hero. He isn’t particularly athletic or confident at the beginning of the story, but we grow with him.

3. It doesn’t fit into any popular ‘genre’ exactly – the story is original!

Supernatural? Not really. Dystopian? Sort of. We don’t really know for most of the book since the entire plot shrouds our world in mystery. Romance? Certainly not. Is there a love triangle? Nope. If it must be categorized, it would be put into the “Sci-fi/Dystopian” mold. This has much wider appeal than fantasy. There are no vampires, no Shadowhunters, there are no passionate make-out scenes. The plot-point of the maze is extremely intriguing, so the audience is right there, gripped like James Dashner’s characters.

4. It features talented up-and-coming talent, mixed with seasoned veterans.

Dylan O’Brien is hugely talented, and plays the lead in this film. He has a huge fan base from his role of Stiles on Teen Wolf (seriously, have you been on Tumblr, recently?) and he’s refreshingly goofy and hilarious. We also have a cast of seasoned British actors like Thomas Brodie-Sangster of Game of Thrones, Kaya Scodelario of Skins, and Aml Ameen of The Butler. Then, we have Patricia Clarkson…Oscar winner! Plus, we have total newcomers like Blake Cooper as Chuck. This is a seriously impressive cast.

Wes Ball, an extremely talented young director (he created the short film, Ruin), has taken on this story as his first movie. So he’s diving into it with fresh eyes and understanding – and a lot of care and love. Then we have people like Wyck Godfrey, who is producing some of the biggest book-to-film adaptations the world has ever seen – TwilightThe Fault in Our Stars, and more. He knows what he’s doing. Experience, mixed with the wide-eyed excitement of talented newcomers is key here!

5. It’s based on an extremely popular book with a fanbase that reaches hugely wide demographic.

My 12 year old brother absolutely loves The Maze Runner, I love The Maze Runner. I’m a 21 year old girl! The author is a man, unlike any of the other popular YA book-to-films that have been made in the past few years. This makes it different. The world is always looking for something truly original, and I feel like this story fits the bill. The book is hugely popular, and has been for a while. The Facebook page of the film already has over 100,000 ‘likes.’ If that’s not proof of the pudding, I don’t know what is.

Source: pagetopremiere.com

  —   08 27 2013

I’ve added 5 HQ & MQ episode stills from various episodes from season 3 of Teen Wolf to the gallery.  Check them out in the gallery below!

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  —   08 26 2013

Hi all, since Teen Wolf  is on hiatus and it’s Dylan’s birthday, I decided to put up a new layout!  I hope you all enjoy it.  I used the portrait session that Dylan did during Comic Con.  As you can see, I’ve added untagged versions of the shoot in the gallery.  Make sure to check it out in the gallery below and please let me know if you have any problem with the layout!

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  —   08 26 2013

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Here at Dylan O’Brien Online, we just wanted to wish Dylan a very Happy 22nd Birthday!

Read more birthday messages at dylanobrienbirthdaybook2013.tumblr.com and thank you to everyone that submitted a message! 

  —   08 23 2013

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If you’ve got a friend that goes by “Fitzy,” “Sully” or any other derivative of a surname, you may not even realize their birth certificate included a first, too. “Teen Wolf” jokester Stiles is a product of the nickname phenomenon, and three seasons into the show, the full contents of his John Hancock remain a mystery. According to series creator Jeff Davis, that only makes fans want to know more, but much to the chagrin of Shantal Rhodes in the latest “FANtastic Show” below, he says he has no plans to pull back the curtain anytime soon.

“A lot of people think that [Stiles] doesn’t have a first name, or that I don’t know what it is, but I do, and it’s very difficult to pronounce,” Davis tells Shantal and her co-host, Tyler Oakley, adding that he might consider revealing the sidekick’s name when the show eventually ends. For now, though, Stiles’ main concern centers on the return of Scott’s father, as Davis says the federal agent is going to cause some trouble in Beacon Hills when Season 3 comes back in January. “He’s gonna create a big rift in between the friendship [of Scott and Stiles],” he says. “He’s gonna cause a lot of problems for Sheriff Stilinski.”

Source: remotecontrol.mtv.com

  —   08 22 2013

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The Internship Special Features:

Deleted Scenes (Blu-ray only)

● Unrated Edition (Blu-ray and DVD)

● Any Given Monday

● Theatrical and Unrated Audio Commentary with Shawn Levy Sneak Peeks

● Sneak Peeks