With filming of the 3rd Season of Teen Wolf well underway, each week we are getting dribbles of info.
The MTV series is shooting season 3 in Los Angeles and Jim Halterman stopped by the set this week to chat up fan favorite Dylan O’Brien, who was definitely not slacking off during his hiatus. Instead, he was working on a big screen comedy with some very big box office names.
In The Internship, “Owen Wilson and Vince Vaughan are guys in their 40s, middle-aged salesmen, who lose their jobs, the company goes under, and they have to reinvent themselves in the new world of technology,” he told me. “They sign up to be interns at Google…and it’s a disaster because they’re a part of intern week and the interns are grouped into teams and compete against each other and the winning team gets jobs at Google.”
But like Stiles on Teen Wolf, O’Brien’s character isn’t one of the cool kids: “We’re kind of the ‘Bad News Bears’ who get slumped together,” he said with a smile. “Our team sucks and we have Owen and Vince, who don’t know anything. Then the rest of us are just the outcasts. There’s a reason why we’re not in any other group.”
The Internship also features familiar TV faces like Rose Byrne (Damages) and Jessica Szohr (Gossip Girl) and is set to hit screens on June 7. (More Teen Wolf chats coming closer to the premiere later this year)
And Tyler Posey recently appeared on “Workaholics”. The Teen Wolf actor guest stars on Comedy Central’s bromantic favorite as Jillian’s (Jillian Bell) nephew Bobby, a cocky 18-year-old who enlists the TelAmeriCorp gang to help him lose his virginity.
The role was a dream come true for Posey. “I’m a HUGE fan of the show,” he told EW via email from the remote, undisclosed location where he’s currently filming Teen Wolf‘s third season. “I have every episode recorded.” And though he had a blast appearing on the show, Posey’s also not sure how the spot turned out: “I’m kind of nervous about seeing it because I’ve never really done comedy.”
And Oh NO They Didn’t talked to Crystal Reed about what’s in store for her character, conflicted wolf hunter Allison Argent, when the show returns, and here’s what she had to say:
“Allison has been very removed from her Beacon Hills classmates for the last few months when we first see her in Season 3. She doesn’t know what her friends have been up to — you’ll have to wait to find out why!”