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Teen Wolf: The Movie is a streaming feature film based on the supernatural drama television series Teen Wolf created by Jeff Davis. It's planned for the Paramount Plus streaming network owned by Paramount Global (formerly ViacomCBS).

Teen Wolf: The Movie is part of an overall three-project deal with Executive Producer Jeff Davis that will also include a new streaming show about werewolves. The new show, Wolf Pack is unrelated to Teen Wolf and is instead based on a series of novels by Canadian author Edo Van Belkom. Davis is also writing, directing and executive producing a new live-action series based on the Æon Flux animated series.

VIDEO: Official Paramount Plus SDCC Trailer

Production[]

In November of 2021, Jeff Davis, Teen Wolf series executive producer Joe Genier, director Russell Mulcahy and longtime Teen Wolf series writer Will Wallace gathered at Teen Wolf headquarters in the San Fernando Valley to begin working on the story. Davis told Teen Wolf News in an exclusive interview that their goal was to make everything bigger than the series. Davis used the difference between the film Alien and its first sequel Aliens as an example of how different the Teen Wolf movie will be from the series.

Jeff Davis Exclusive Interview[]


Production officially began at Capital Arts Stages and Standing Sets in Los Angeles on March 21, 2022. Actors filmed on existing Beacon Hills sets (High School, McCall House, Sheriff's Station, underground tunnels) during the first couple of weeks before moving into Capital Arts studios and various locations in Atlanta, Georgia on Monday April 4, 2022.

While rain hampered location shooting during the first three days in Atlanta, the production used that time inside by filming driving shots in front of large screens to simulate traffic. The familiar Stilinski Jeep (affectionally known as Roscoe) was seen on set during this time.

On Thursday April 7, Ian Bohen, Melissa Ponzio, JR Bourne, Vince Mattis, Tyler Posey, Shelley Hennig, Crystal Reed, and Holland Roden began filming in a wooded area just outside Atlanta near Stone Mountain. The location included dense forest and a small river.

VIDEO: Behind the Scenes Weeks 1-3

On April 25, production moved into Fifth Third Bank Stadium on the campus of Kennesaw State University. Several days were spent filming a Lacrosse game and a big action sequence with more than 15 named characters involved during a night shoot on Wednesday, April 27, 2022. Orny Adams, Amy Lin Workman, Dylan Sprayberry, Khylin Rhambo, Seth Gilliam, Colton Haynes and Linden Ashby were among those shooting at Kennesaw State during the week.


After Kennesaw State University, cast and crew returned to Capital Arts for more interior and green screen work and to the woods around Stone Mountain where the final confrontation scenes were done. Tyler Hoechlin was on hand during the final days of production. Principal photography in Atlanta officially wrapped on May 13.

Casting[]

Shortly after the announcement, Tyler Posey publicly stated that he would return and Davis said he was hopeful to get much of the original cast back to Beacon Hills.

On February 15, 2022, Paramount+ released a partial cast list[1] confirming much of what Teen Wolf News reported earlier. In addition to those actors already reported to be returning, Crystal Reed, Ryan Kelley, Orny Adams, and Seth Gilliam will appear. The full list from the official announcement as well as what Teen Wolf News has learned from other sources is below.

Attempts were made to include Arden Cho and Dylan O'Brien, but no contracts resulted from those efforts[2].

On February 20, 2022, Teen Wolf News confirmed through sources within the production that Tyler Hoechlin will reprise his role as Derek Hale. In addition to acting in the new movie, Tyler is producing as well. He worked closely with the team despite being in Canada for filming on the second season of Superman and Lois.

VIDEO: Tyler Hoechlin Returns for Teen Wolf Movie

On March 25, Paramount Plus released additional names including new cast members Vince Mattis and Amy Lin Workman and returning cast members Nobi Nakanishi and Khylin Rhambo. The network announcement also admitted Ian Bohen will appear as Teen Wolf News had reported months earlier.

On May 13, the last day of principal photography, MTV Entertainment and Paramount Plus officially admitted Tyler Hoechlin's involvement in a press release.

Plot[]

The movie will continue the adventures of the Scott McCall Pack in Beacon Hills and will pick up in 2026, more than 12 years after the events of Season 6 and the series finale. Davis wrote the script based on a story developed by Davis, Russell Mulcahy, Joe Genier and Will Wallace. Mulcahy is directing.

A brief, nondescript synopsis was included in the initial announcement.

...a terrifying evil has emerged in the town of Beacon Hills. The wolves are howling once again, calling for the return of Banshees, Werecoyotes, Hellhounds, Kitsunes, and every other shapeshifter in the night. But only a Werewolf like Scott McCall, no longer a teenager yet still an Alpha, can gather both new allies and reunite trusted friends to fight back against what could be the most powerful and deadliest enemy they’ve ever faced.

Cast[]

Returning Cast[]


New Cast[]


Partial Crew[]

Possible Sequels[]

Teen Wolf News reported on September 28, 2021 that MTV Entertainment has an option for two additional Teen Wolf movies if the first attracts enough new subscribers to the Paramount+ streaming service to be deemed successful. Sources close to the project say the number of new sign-ups to the streamer will be the primary measure of success in determining the future of the franchise.

Teaser Video[]

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Teen Wolf Movie Coming 2022 - Paramount+

Back to Beacon Hills

Teen Wolf News[]

VIDEO: Teen Wolf Movie Begins Production

VIDEO: 2022 Teen Wolf Casting Update

December News Update

Teen Wolf Creator Jeff Davis November 2021 News Update

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NEW Teen Wolf Movie News + What the hell is WOLF PACK?

3 Teen Wolf Movies Possible

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Teen Wolf the Movie 2022 Update - It's not Season 7

What does that Mean?

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Exclusive Report- Teen Wolf Returns with Movie

September 10th Exclusive Report

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