the film's first teaser marks the surprising return of a character

the film’s first teaser marks the surprising return of a character

The first images of the film Teen Wolf: The Movie, sequel to the series of the same name, premiered at San Diego Comic-Con. They suggest a darker feature film than the original project.

The supernatural creatures of Beacon Hills are back. Teen Wolf: The Movie, the spin-off film of the fantasy series of the same name, was unveiled Friday at Comic-Con in San Diego in a first trailer. The feature film, which will be broadcast soon on the Paramount + platform, sees the return of almost all the heroes who had made the heyday of MTV for seven seasons, between 2011 and 2017.

The plot takes place a few years after the events at the end of the series, in the fictional town of Beacon Hills. Werewolf Scott McCall (Tyler Posey) sees “a terrifying new evil creature” emerge and must rely on the support of allies and close friends like werewolves Derek Hale (Tyler Hoechlin) and Jackson Whittemore (Colton Haynes), the coyote-were Malia Tate (Shelley Hennig) and the banshee Lydia Martin (Holland Roden) to hope to beat her.

The first images of the film, written and produced by Jeff Davis, already at the helm of the series, show a continuity in the tone and the photography of the two projects, with a slightly darker touch for the feature film.

A new series


This first trailer also seems to mark the return of the Nogitsune, an evil creature from Japanese mythology, the main antagonist of part of season 3 of the series. Alison (Crystal Reed), the hero’s first love who would die in that same season, comes back to life in the film, as seen in the final seconds of the trailer. A surprise resurrection whose contours have not yet been revealed.

As part of the contract signed with Paramount+, Jeff Davis will also develop a series called Wolf Pack, taken from the literary saga of the same name by Canadian Edo Van Belkom. It will follow a band of teenagers injured by a creature in a fire, who discover at the next full moon that they have been changed into werewolves. Finally, he will develop a live-action series adapted fromAeon Fluxan American cartoon from the 1990s.

Clement Boutin BFMTV journalist

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