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Still need some inspiration for this year's Halloween costume—or want to commiserate about that costume you can't believe you once wore? Watch the video below. We asked celebs visiting EW's video studio to reminisce about their greatest Halloween hits and biggest misses. In order of appearance: Seth Green, Let's Make a Deal's Wayne Brady, George Takei, Saturday Night Live's Jay Pharoah, Cristela's Cristela Alonzo, The Walking Dead's Alanna Masterson, Constantine's Matt Ryan, Twd's Josh McDermitt, Twd's Michael Cudlitz, Twd's Chad Coleman, Teen Wolf's Holland Roden, Bones' Tamara Taylor, Gene Simmons, Under the Dome's Rachelle Lefevre, »
- Mandi Bierly
We'll always know what you did last summer*. Because Sony won’t let us forget.
Deadline recently reported that the studio is rebooting I Know What You Did Last Summer, the 1997 slasher film about a group of college kids (Jennifer Love Hewitt, Sarah Michelle Gellar, Freddie Prinze Jr. and Ryan Phillippe) who cover up their hit-and-run, only to be stalked and slayed by the very person they thought they killed.
Now our ultimate dream cast for this reboot is present day J.Love, Smg, Freddie Prinze, and Ryan P. playing the same roles they did two decades ago (most are available), but since that definitely won’t happen, we brainstormed a few suggestions:
News: Find out which Schwarzenegger movie is also getting a reboot!
Jennifer Love Hewitt as Julie James
If Ariana Grande played the part we could finally see her without that ponytail »
The Pack Heads Back To Mexico
Kira (Arden Cho) wakes up, still trapped underground in La Iglesia. When she ventures outside, she is attacked by a Berserker, but recognizes Scott’s (Tyler Posey) tattoo when he grabs her. Kate (Jill Wagner) comes out of the shadows and explains to Kira that she has the power to control the Berserkers, and the power to create them. But, she needs to make him fully animal, and is testing his loyalty by having him attack his sort of girlfriend. It works, and Scott stabs Kira in the stomach, leaving her bleeding on the floor.
In Beacon Hills, Stiles (Dylan O’Brien) tells his dad that they have to go to Mexico to save Scott and Kira, »
Teen Wolf managed to squeeze a first date into the penultimate episode between run-ins with the berserkers, which added a little teen normalcy to the pending doom, but they had a little trouble making it through the evening at that pace.
Although Scott (Tyler Posey) and Kira (Arden Cho) skipped right past dinner and a movie (Star Wars, selected personally by Stiles), and opted for a more risque activity, their intimate evening is cut short when Kate (Jill Wagner) and her supernatural bodyguard crash the party. It looks like these two aren’t cut out for a “normal” relationship after all, and somehow that shouldn’t come as any real surprise to regular viewers of the show.
Peter’s (Ian Bohen) plan to take Scott out of the equation is almost a success story, until Kate decides to insert her own agenda in the master plan. Instead of taking him out in the loft, »
- Lindsay Sperling
Labor Day is considered the end of summer, which means fall, our favorite season, is just around the corner. And it's also time to cast your votes for the sixth annual Reaper Awards, running now through October 17th. Winners will be announced just prior to Halloween on October 27th.
From the Press Release:
The Reaper Awards, honoring the best horror and thriller titles of the past year on DVD and Blu-ray Disc, are presented by Home Media Magazine and DreadCentral.com. Eligible titles were released between August 1, 2013, and July 31, 2014.
Results of the consumer vote will be combined with the selections of a judging panel of horror experts and home entertainment reviewers. The panel of judges will also select a Title of the Year.
Note that titles were submitted by participating studios, and if you believe a title is missing from the list, it may be due to the studio not submitting it for consideration. »
- Debi Moore
We’ve got questions, and you’ve (maybe) got answers! With another week of TV gone by, we’re lobbing queries left and right about shows including The Strain, Under the Dome, Switched at Birth and Rookie Blue!
1 | Girl Meets World got pretty heavy with the Maya/mom storyline, right? Even if it cribbed from BMW’s Sean story some? And is anyone else starting to worry about Riley’s wackiness? Young Cory wasn’t that looney, was he?
2 | Is it just us, or has Libby’s behavior on Masters of Sex become so deplorable that her scenes with Coral »
"Teen Wolf" Season 4 has just three episodes remaining, and we can't wait to see how things end up. But first we have a special Sunday night episode ahead, #4.10, entitled "Monstrous," which is airing before MTV's 2014 Vma's.
Tyler Posey, Dylan O'Brien, Tyler Hoechlin, and Holland Roden star along with new regulars Arden Cho, Shelley Hennig, and Ryan Kelley as Deputy Parrish. Season 4 also features the return of Jill Wagner as Kate Argent, Jr Bourne as Chris Argent, and Ian Bohen as Peter Hale.
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- Debi Moore
Teen Wolf left off last week with a fairly large ‘what just happened’ moment. Lydia (Holland Roden) discovered that her grandmother was responsible for the code that the benefactor uses to communicate with the assassins, and it put a giant question mark over the entire situation. To make matters even more suspicious, Scott (Tyler Posey) realized that the person responsible for confirming the supernatural deaths in order for a pay out to happen must also be a banshee – thus working remotely. But, Teen Wolf completely blew our minds tonight when they revealed who the benefactor really was, and I have to say it, I didn’t see that one coming.
In “Perishable,” the deadpool situation gets a bit out of hand. Assassins are coming out of the woodwork for a chance at scoring the excessive paydays that come along with killing any one of the show’s main characters. It »
- Lindsay Sperling
Joseph Gordon-Levitt says women are an “oppressed category” of people, Michael J. Fox publicly reacts to the news of Robin Williams‘ Parkinson’s disease, 19 Kids & Counting star Jessa Duggar is engaged, and more celebrity news you missed while you were sleeping.
Michael J. Fox, who has openly battled Parkinson’s disease for years, was “stunned” when he learned Robin Williams was in the early stages of the sickness. [NY Post] 19 Kids & Counting star Jessa Duggar is engaged to Ben Seewald. [People] Jgl would “absolutely call [himself] a feminist.” [Cosmopolitan] Comedian Mike Birbiglia is joining Orange Is the New Black for a top secret season three role. [E!] Reese Witherspoon was caught hilariously dancing all by herself at a wedding and we want to party with her. [Us Weekly]
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- Taylor Ferber
Teen Wolf has created a general grey area when it comes to death. In “Time of Death,” fans watch for the second time as Scott (Tyler Posey) takes his turn advancing the narrative by faking his own. Last season, he was one of three characters who temporarily died to ascertain the location of the Nemeton in order to save innocent lives and take down the Darach. On tonight’s episode, the plan was more or less the same – draw out the benefactor and save all the local supernaturals who haven’t already been crossed off the deadpool list.
This episode had a lot of layers to it. Not only did viewers get to experience the present scenario, but they also got a peak into the lead-up, along with a few pressing peripheral plot points – Derek (Tyler Hoechlin) learning to adapt to a life without the benefit of his supernatural assets, »
- Lindsay Sperling
For any casual viewer of Teen Wolf, watching MTV’s bloody, beautiful show can be taxing on the mental senses—there are dozens of demon names, ancient myths, all-powerful beings, and even lacrosse team members to potentially get lost in the shuffle.
That’s why we recently assembled the cast of Teen Wolf and enlisted their help in summarizing everything that’s gone down in Beacon Hills over the last four years. Tyler Posey, Tyler Hoechlin, Holland Roden, Shelley Hennig, and Dylan Sprayberry took a breather from the craziness of Comic-Con and dropped by the studio to lend their help. »
- Marc Snetiker
Once again, Teen Wolf attempted to showcase some aspect of teenage normalcy, this time in the form of a standardized test. It isn’t the first time this season we’ve seen the writers revert back to average teen activity to anchor the story in reality. In the season four opener, the focus was on lacrosse. It took the show back to its basics and reminded viewers of where the characters started off. A few episodes back, we saw the core group head back to class after a considerable absence for personal reasons following the death of one of the main characters. Although that sentiment didn’t last long, it’s been an admirable attempt to establish some semblance of relatability within the narrative.
Two teenage boys in conflict over what to do with a gym bag full of cash reinforces this idea of normal teenage behavior. On one hand, »
- Lindsay Sperling
This weekend, TV Line got to chat it up with a lot of the Teen Wolf castmembers: Producer Jeff Davis, Shelley Hennig aka Malia, with Tyler Posey aka Scott, Tyler Hoechlin aka Derek, Jr Bourne aka Chris Argent, Dylan Sprayberry aka Liam and Holland Roden aka Lydia. They dished out a few, new season 4 spoiler teasers and more (video below). In the new clip, Tyler Hoechlin refused to let them know if Derek will actually die or not. However, he did confirm that Derek is going to get him a new girlfriend. Holland Roden revealed that Lydia's love life will be pretty much non-existent this season as she just attempts to help with all the crime solving stuff. Producer, Jeff Davis chimed in to also say that Lydia will be trying to further hone her banshee powers and will continue to team up with Stiles to pull off some more crime solving action. »
Have they, or haven’t they…?
The matter of whether Teen Wolf‘s Stiles and Malia ever completely succumbed to their animal urges was a hot (and hysterical) topic when the MTV series’ cast made camp in TVLine’s San Diego Comic-Con video suite.
Video Teen Wolf‘s Midseason Trailer Previews Death, Danger, Shirtlessness
Jawing with TVLine’s Andy Swift, series boss Jeff Davis settled that issue, leaving poor Shelley Hennig — with her leading man Dylan O’Brien off running Comic-Con mazes and such — to delve into the particulars as (probably!) pertains to werecoyote sex.
From there, Davis and Hennig, »
MTV announced during the Teen Wolf panel, this past Friday at Comic-Con, that the hit supernatural drama series would be retuning for a fifth season. The network made a similar announcement prior to season four at the New York Comic-Con convention, and the method of delivery is still a big hit with the fans.
Teen Wolf has gone through a few variations of programming models since its first season premiered in 2011. The first two seasons were both 12 episodes long which ran continuously over three months. MTV switched it up quite a bit with season three with a whopping 24-episode order. The season was split in half – later dubbed season 3a and 3b – the first half running over the summer months and the second half running January through March. Season four, currently on the air, reverted back to the original 12-episodes time frame. But, Teen Wolf will be mixing it up »
- Lindsay Sperling
Fans of MTV’s cult hit Teen Wolf were no doubt thrilled by showrunner Jeff Davis’ panel-opening announcement that the show has been renewed for a twenty-episode fifth season. Davis and his cast – Holland Roden, Tyler Hoechlin, Shelley Hennig, Dylan O’Brien, Tyler Posey, and Dylan Sprayberry – filled up Ballroom 20 with screaming fans, many of whom camped out overnight for the chance to get teased about upcoming episodes and to ask the actors questions (or, in many cases, to declare their love). Hit the jump for our full Teen Wolf Comic-Con panel recap. When asked about his inspiration for this season of the show, Davis referenced his own adolescence growing up in a single parent household, and said he wanted to get back to the simpler, more human conflicts and more human antagonists. He also cited Steven Spielberg as an influence. There will be more struggle coming up for Liam, »
- Morgan Leigh Davies
The San Diego Comic-Con International is in full swing, and we’ve got a few of yesterday’s big panels for you to watch right here, starting with Benedict Cumberbatch talking about his upcoming role in Penguins of Madagascar (and Sherlock, of course):
Creator and showrunner John Logan is joined by spellbinding stars Josh Hartnett (Ethan Chandler), Reeve Carney (Dorian Gray), and Harry Treadaway (Victor Frankenstein), as the monstrous new series possesses Ballroom 20. Enter the demimonde to find out what moments haunt the writer and cast from the first season and view a sneak peek to see what the cards reveal about the season ahead. The panel will be moderated by Emmy Award-nominated actress and host Aisha Tyler (Archer, The Talk), followed by a Q&A session with the “Dreadfuls.” Penny Dreadful returns to Showtime in 2015.
Join the creative minds behind the award-winning TV seriesHannibal. »
- Gary Collinson
Last season was Teen Wolf's biggest and best rated season. Will the numbers continue to rise in season four or, will they fall instead? Could they drop low enough for the MTV series to be cancelled or is it all but guaranteed to be renewed for a fifth season (because it will be close to having enough episodes for syndication)? Stay tuned.
Teen Wolf follows a socially awkward high school student (Tyler Posey) who tries to live a normal life while hiding the fact that he's also a werewolf. The show also features the talents of Dylan O'Brien, Tyler Hoechlin, Holland Roden, Shelley Hennig, and Arden Cho.
The ratings are typically the best indication of a show's chances of staying on the air. The higher the ratings, the better the chances for survival. This chart will be updated as new ratings data becomes available. »
Marshmallows, rejoice! Not only did you successfully fund a Kickstarter campaign to get the movie you wanted made, you also managed to win an award for doing just that.
At Comic-Con in San Diego Thursday night, mtvU announced the winners of their first-ever Fandom Awards. Veronica Mars took home the night’s biggest honor, Fandom of the Year, beating out Community, Supernatural, and Free! Iwatobi Swim Club in the finals of a 32-nominee bracket. Tina Majorino, who played Mac in Veronica Mars, accepted the award.
In other awards news, Game of Thrones took Omg Moment of the Year for the series’ shocking “Purple Wedding” episode. »
- Jackson McHenry
Teen Wolf took Hall H on Thursday, where stars Tyler Posey, Dylan O’Brien and more dished on what fans can expect from the rest of season 4, and announced Teen Wolf has been picked up for a fifth season.
Teen Wolf To Focus On "Human Problems"
Executive producer Jeff Davis kicked off the excitement, announcing that MTV had picked up Teen Wolf for a 20-episode season 5 – eight episodes longer than season 4. After revealing the big news, Davis spoke about how he sees Teen Wolf evolving in season 4, noting that he wants to move away from the heavy mythology of the show. Davis mentioned Stephen Spielberg’s E.T. as the prime example, saying, “[It goes] back to human problems as oppose to creating another mythology or a creature.”
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