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Category: Cast

Over the last couple of seasons, Teen Wolf has gradually added new characters to the fold. Kira, Malia and most recently Liam but now, there’s another wolf, Theo heading to Beacon Hills played by Pretty Little Liars actor, Cody Christian.

Jeff Davis previously told BuzzFeed that Christian’s character is not only a “great addition to the show” but he’s also a lone wolf – who is really looking for a pack.

However, Scott and his friends are unsure whether they can actually trust him and we were curious to learn that Theo has been to Beacon Hills before – so he’ll be making his return. The trust aspect leads quite nicely into what Dylan O’Brien teased about the character, in a recent interview with Celebified during Paleyfest.

“I can tell you that my character hates him. That’s how I felt immediately just now when you brought his name up. I have a little Stiles in me” he laughed.

He further went on to talk about how Stiles feels that something is up with Theo but at the same time, he’ll feel bad about being a jerk to him with the lingering question – what if he’s a good guy? Interestingly enough, the actor revealed that Theo was somebody that they used to know growing up, which will no doubt explain the Beacon Hills return for this character.

Watch the video below to find out more:

Date: March 26th | Category: Cast, Interviews, Teen Wolf, Videos
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Digital Spy recently spoke to actor Max Brown – of Beauty & the Beast fame – who joins the show for season two.

Your character Orion is something of an enigma when he joins Sleepy Hollow – how much of his backstory was laid out for you?
“I had to be aware of his heritage to help me grasp where the character was coming from, so they explained a lot to me. M Raven Metzner – who’d written my first episode – took me aside and we had long chats about where Orion is from.

“But a lot of it becomes explanatory in the script itself, and then I brought the flavour I wanted to as well, so it’s a lot of fun to play!”

Straying into a slight spoiler territory here, but he is an angel. How do you, as an actor, get into that fantasy headspace?
“You need to set him in some realism and relate to parts of him, so for me, it was more about him being that stranger from afar – quite a lonely character really.

“He doesn’t know that many people, and he’s gone through tough times and so I focused on that – and the fact that he doesn’t feel like he can trust anybody.

“For me, that was the interesting aspect to him. The superhero stuff, the fact that he can fly and things, you have to just be as normal as possible – it’s no surprise to him. So you have to get your head around that aspect and just try to look as cool as possible when you’re pretending to fly!”

How are the flying scenes? Is it the old notion of being strung up on uncomfortable wires?
“Yeah, that’s basically it. You’re strapped up in a very tight harness underneath your cool costume – you’re lowered in, you land on your feet as gracefully as possible and try to make it look like it’s something you’ve done a million times, as opposed to the first five rehearsals and the four takes!

“It’s always interesting taking on something completely foreign and new like that and trying to make it look real and grand – you can’t really practise for it, it’s not like you can take a class on how to fly! Hopefully I pulled it off.”

Is fantasy a genre you particularly respond to, or is it just coincidence that your last few jobs have been in that bracket?
“Yeah – I know Beauty & the Beast was kind of fantasy, and last year we started to make a show called Hieroglyph – which didn’t eventually get to air – that was an Egyptian thing with fantasy elements – and now Sleepy Hollow.

“But with Beauty and the Beast, I didn’t really feel like I was in a fantasy show – my character was very much on the ‘normal’ side of things. I played the medical examiner, and I didn’t really even meet the Beast or deal with that aspect.

“Sleepy Hollow though is very much fantasy and it’s been a lot of fun playing a character where you can be anything – they do such a great job of creating these characters, who are just so complex and have so much richness and history to them.”

Orion forms an immediate bond with Abbie (Nicole Beharie) – why do you think that is?
“I think my and Abby’s characters, when we meet, we’re both fighting wars on our own, and I think we find solace in each other’s characters.

“We’re both committed to the roles that we’ve been thrust into, and I think that’s where they find… more a respect than an affection toward each other. I think it’s because they’re both these lone wolves that they get on.”

How is it working with your fellow Brit Tom Mison (who plays Ichabod)?
“He’s a really lovely and charming guy, Tom – we actually met briefly on a red carpet in New York the previous year and had a brief conversation about Sleepy, so it’s quite funny that I turned up on set six months later!

“It’s always nice working with a Brit out in America, because you can talk about British things that some Americans don’t understand.”

Such as?
“Oh, we were just ripping each other the whole time. Brits kind of understand that’s how we treat each other – with total disdain and disrespect, but it’s a loving relationship!”

Sleepy Hollow has a passionate fanbase – ‘the Sleepyheads’ – so have you experienced much of that fan passion?
“Yeah, when the early press stuff was released here, there was a lot of interest from the Sleepyheads – and it was just really nice. The character has gone down really well in America.

“It’s nice when you get feedback like that, and with something like Twitter, now you get that immediate feedback – which isn’t always good, but luckily on this show it was!”

So do you follow people’s reactions online or do you try not to dig too deep into that world?
“It depends on how self-centred I’m feeling! Sometimes, if you’re feeling a bit low, you read a few comments and it can be nice to hear that your work has gone down well.

“But obviously if there’s one bad comment in 100, you focus on the bad one – those are the insecurities that every actor has, I think!”

Date: March 26th | Category: Cast, Interviews, Sleepy Hollow
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Damon finally comes face-to-face with Mama Salvatore on tonights Vampire Diaries (The CW, 8/7c), but as newcomer Annie Wersching explains, this ain’t no Oprah Winfrey Show family reunion.

“She’s been trapped in this 1903 prison world for a very long time, so initially, there’s a little bit of shock,” Wersching tells TVLine. “And Damon has a lot of questions, which he asks not-so-nicely; he’s bringing a lot of resentment and sarcasm to the party to mask his pain … so you can tell right away that they’re mother and son.”
Below, Wersching takes us into the mind of Mama Salvatore — she even reals her ‘ship of choice — and discusses how Lily will shake things up in present-day Mystic Falls, including how her arrival might be the key to Stefan’s salvation.

TVLINE | You’re coming into a show in its sixth season with more than 120 episodes under its belt. Were you able to catch up before you started filming?
When I was first up for the role, I was blind, but when I got it, I started doing my homework a little bit. I watched four episodes before I actually started shooting, but now I’ve seen the first three seasons. I’ve been a good little binge-watcher; I’m also holed up in a hotel room in Atlanta, which is kind of a prime binge-watching scenario.

TVLINE | You’ve mostly played humans throughout your career. What was your approach to playing a vampire?
My approach, besides taking goofy pictures when I was getting my vampire teeth mold done, is exactly the same as it would be for any other character. One of my goals is to make sure that, even though we’re in this heightened world, I still make Lily as grounded and real as possible. On top of that, she just happens to be a vampire.

TVLINE | And not just a vampire, but a ripper. Will we see a change in Lily’s demure demeanor?
Yeah, and I think you can tell that even though she’s this prim-and-proper 19th century woman with her hat and her corset, there’s some stuff brimming under the surface. In these first encounters with Damon [tonight], he gives her a little attitude and she tries to stay nice and calm, but you can tell it might not take much for her to snap.

TVLINE | Elena, the only other woman Damon cares about, also meets Lily this week. What’s the vibe between them?
Yes, Lily is a potential mother-in-law, and she wants to meet her son’s girlfriend, but there’s so much else going on that they have to get through first — like, “So, you’re a vampire. And you’re alive!” There’s a lot to deal with before Lily and Elena go out shopping. [Laughs] Once Lily gets to come to present-day Mystic Falls, there are interactions between her and Elena that aren’t exactly as cookie-cutter as you’d expect [from a woman and her son’s girlfriend.]

TVLINE | Lily being from the 1800s, I imagine coming to the present day will freak her out a bit. Like, what are these cell phones?
Oh, absolutely! I think in [tonight’s] episode, she sees a computer for the first time and is just kind of like, “OK…” But I will say, she’s a Salvatore, so she does acclimate — in some regards — pretty quickly, like, “Well, look what I just Googled!” There’s a lot of social stuff in the modern world that takes her a little longer to acclimate to, like how women act and how they’re able to act.
Vampire Diaries SpoilersTVLINE | So much of the focus right now is on Damon and Lily, but Stefan is also her son. What’s that dynamic, and when will we see them interact?

I actually think I shot for quite a while before I even met Paul [Wesley], so most of her initial stuff is with Damon. It’s actually Damon’s plan to have mama be the thing to help Stefan out of his humanity-off phase. That doesn’t necessarily mean things go according to plan, but that’s the idea. … She tries her best to be what her sons want her to be, but she’s a very different woman now.

TVLINE | Since you went back and watched the earlier seasons, do you have a favorite couple on the show?
I’m assuming part of my bias is that I’m a mother, but I tend to first go to the Defan ship, the boys together as brothers. But as Lily, I feel like the writers and producers are perfectly manipulating me. I feel like I’ll be going in one direction, like, “Oh, Damon and Elena…” and then I’ll be like, “Oh, Stefan…”

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Date: March 20th | Category: Cast, Interviews, Vampire Diaries
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The Vampire Diaries can get rather dark at times. So it’s not often the stars of the show get to take a little break from all that angst and drama.

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Fortuntely, Nina Dobrev is enjoying one of those breaks right now.

“Elena’s sort of in this middle ground right now,” Dobrev told E Online at the South by Southwest premiere party of her new horror comedy, The Final Girls. “Things are going really well with her and Damon. Everyone else around her is sort of falling apart, but she’s for the first time keeping it together.

“It’s fun for me to play her light like that because everything is so heavy on our show,” she said, before adding, “But at the same time you always want what you don’t have so as soon as I go light, I want to go dark again.”

“When I signed up for it, I definitely didn’t anticipate this happening,” Dobrev admitted. “I just wanted to get a job…I just wanted to be employed.”

To find out what Nina had to say about her upcoming movie, Final Girls, head on over to E Online

Date: March 17th | Category: Cast, Interviews, Vampire Diaries
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