June 27, 2022


  • Dylan O’Brien confirmed he isn’t a part of the forged of Paramount+’s “Teen Wolf” film
  • The actor mentioned he plans to observe it “the primary evening it comes out”
  • “Teen Wolf” followers expressed disappointment over his absence by way of social media, with some suggesting that he make a cameo

Dylan O’Brien is opening up concerning the motive why he will not be a part of the film revival of his hit TV present “Teen Wolf.”

O’Brien, who catapulted to fame after taking part in Stiles Stilinski on MTV’s “Teen Wolf,” acquired candid about his resolution to not return for Paramount+’s feature-length follow-up of the collection throughout a current interview with Selection.

“It was a troublesome resolution. Loads went into it. The present could not be extra pricey to me. It was the very first thing I ever did, and so many individuals there are extraordinarily pricey to me. It was one thing I used to be making an attempt to make work, nevertheless it all occurred very quick,” O’Brien instructed the outlet whereas selling his new film “The Outfit.”

“We did not actually know that it was taking place, they usually type of simply threw it at us slightly bit, which is okay as a result of all of us love the present,” he added. “We have been making an attempt to determine it out.”

The “Maze Runner” star defined that his resolution to not return in the end boiled right down to his perception that the collection was “left in a very good place for me, and I nonetheless wish to depart it there.”

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“I want them nicely, and I will watch it the primary evening it comes out,” O’Brien mentioned. “I hope it f—ing kicks a–, however I am not going to be in it.”

Loosely primarily based on the 1985 film of the identical title, “Teen Wolf” ran for six seasons from 2011 to 2017. The collection follows Scott (Tyler Posey), a high-school pupil who’s bitten by a werewolf and should deal with its results on him, his pals and his household.

The “Teen Wolf” film was introduced final yr. Posey confirmed the information by way of Instagram on Sept. 24, 2021, the precise date the final episode of the collection aired on MTV again in 2017.

“A full moon rises in Beacon Hills, and with it a terrifying evil has emerged,” the official description of the film learn, in response to Leisure Weekly. “The wolves are howling as soon as once more, calling for the return of Banshees, Werecoyotes, Hellhounds, Kitsunes and each different shapeshifter within the evening.”

“However solely a Werewolf like Scott McCall, not a young person but nonetheless an Alpha, can collect each new allies and reunite trusted pals to battle again in opposition to what could possibly be probably the most highly effective and deadliest enemy they’ve ever confronted,” the outline continued.

A lot of the unique forged members, together with Posey, Holland Roden, Shelley Hennig, Crystal Reed, Orny Adams, Linden Ashby, J.R. Bourne, Seth Gilliam, Colton Haynes, Ryan Kelley, Melissa Ponzio and Dylan Sprayberry, will probably be returning for Paramount+’s film reboot.

Nevertheless, a lot of “Teen Wolf” followers are nonetheless upset that probably the most fashionable characters within the collection will not be showing within the upcoming film adaptation.

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“My coronary heart simply shattered listening to @dylanobrien gained’t be within the ‘Teen Wolf’ film. Child, please, I would like you in that,” one individual tweeted.  

“I’ll nonetheless watch the ‘Teen Wolf’ film with out Dylan O’Brien, however I’m not blissful about it,” one other Twitter person wrote.  

“It’s confirmed that Dylan O’Brien gained’t be within the new ‘Teen Wolf’ film, and now I don’t even wish to see it,” a 3rd fan wrote

“He ought to have come again or carried out a cameo,” a distinct person suggested

“Teen Wolf” creator Jeff Davis will write and govt produce the movie. O’Brien’s former co-stars Arden Cho and Tyler Hoechlin aren’t at present connected to the undertaking, Selection earlier reported.

Paramount+ has not but introduced a launch date for the “Teen Wolf” film.

Dylan O’Brien (proper), pictured with co-star Tyler Posey on July 20, 2017 in San Diego, California, is worked up for his profession post-“Teen Wolf.” Photograph: Araya Diaz/Getty Pictures for FANDOM

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