In Jeff Davis’ next adaptation of the television series, Teen Wolf will roar once more.
According to a Deadline report, the writer/executive producer is collaborating with MTV Entertainment Studios on the movie for the streaming service Paramount+.
A horrible evil has manifested itself as the full moon rises in Beacon Hills, according to the official synopsis. The wolves are howling once more, beckoning the Banshees, Werecoyotes, Hellhounds, Kitsunes, and all other nighttime shapeshifters to come out of hiding.
But only a Werewolf like Scott McCall, who is still an Alpha despite having reached adulthood, can assemble new allies and bring together old ones in order to fight back against what might be the most formidable foe they have ever encountered.
The original cast of the MTV show, which aired for six seasons between 2011 and 2017, is already in discussions.
Tyler Posey, who plays Scott, suggested a comeback to the franchise on Twitter just last year. He wrote: “Dear @MTV: I believe it’s time for Teen Wolf to return with fresh episodes. first trip to the Jersey Shore as a family. Teen Wolf reunion from high school now. I’m all set. And 28, so that is a suitable age.”
Want to experience those lycanthropic transformations again badly? Beginning around Christmas, all 100 episodes of Teen Wolf will be streamable on Paramount+.
Behind the scenes, Davis is juggling a lot of projects, including the upcoming Wolf Pack television series and the Aeon Flux revival.
The first trailer for Teen Wolf: The Movie has finally been released.
The trailer was unveiled today (July 21) at the Comic-Con presentation for the upcoming film, which also included Tyler Posey and Tyler Hoechlin among the actors. Creator and showrunner Jeff Davis moderated the session.
After watching the teaser, moviegoers will undoubtedly realize that there is a major time jump for the movie—decades, in fact.
Creator Jeff Davis said, “We do actually hop in time, so it was really fantastic to like bring all the characters back and to revisit them and see where they are now.”
In our earlier conversation, Tyler mentioned that his character is older than Tyler.
The return of Crystal Reed as Allison, a pillar of the MTV program for its first three years, is another significant event. Although Reed eventually appeared as Allison’s ancestors in later seasons, it’s unexpected to see the character return given that she had a somewhat tragic demise in the show.
Soon, Teen Wolf: The Movie will be available on Paramount+. You must become a subscriber before the movie is out if you aren’t already.
The television series, which aired for six seasons and ended in 2017, is directly continued in the film. The film will also serve as a prelude to the upcoming television series Wolf Pack, which is based on the Edo van Belkom books.
While Tyler Posey, Holland Roden, Crystal Reed, Shelley Hennig, and Tyler Hoechlin are among the cast members who return, Dylan O’Brien and Arden Cho are two notable absentees from Teen Wolf: The Movie.
O’Brien described his choice to leave as a “tough decision” in March 2022, attributing some of it to how rapidly the film came together. It was something he tried to make work, but he said, “It all happened really fast.”
“I simply came to the conclusion that it was left in a position that was excellent for me and that I still want to leave it there. I’m going to watch it the first night it’s released and wish them luck. I won’t be in it, but I hope it f**king kicks ass.”
When it came to Cho, it was revealed in February 2022 that she had turned down a contract that would have paid her less than the three other female actors who had agreed to participate.
Teen Wolf: The Movie will be released later this year on Paramount+.