Kids in the Wolf: The movie brings back a large smile, with a familiar face that might surprise you

Scott McCall and his pack have gone back to Teen Wolf: The Movieas well as a familiar face you might not have expected to see.

The movie sequel has been filmed 15 years after the end of the supernatural movie Teen Wolf. Even though they aren’t teens anymore, many of them are still wolves, or other supernatural beings of any kind.

On the other hand, Scott McCall, the wolf of the show, works in construction, praising banshee Lydia Martin has a good-paid corporate job, and Derek Hale makes it to his father, Eli, a dad.

Even when the fraught fears of the past pass on the audience, these events finally hit the stage. Here is what we know about that new film, especially when you will be able to get into Teen Wolf: The Movie in full.

The trailer turns out to be a wake-up call from Crystal Reed.

The trailer shows that Allison Argent will return, played by OG Crystal Reed, who died in the second episode of the original show. The vision of the late girlfriend of Scotts is plaguing him and other friends suggesting that the waswolf hunter could not be as dead as they previously thought.

The Nogitsune came to play a new game, says Scott’s former druid mentor, Alan Deaton, played by Seth Gilliam, as the whole pack gathers in beacon to fight a last world-saving battle, including saving the apparently resurrected Allison.

Teens will make fun of the film.

Which members of the army (and cast) are officially returning? Like me, Tyler Posey is returning as Scott McCall, with other Teen Wolf old-timers Tyler Hoechlin, Seth Gilliam, Colton Haynes, Holland Roden, Shelley Hennig, Crystal Reed, Orny Adams, Linden Ashby, JR Bourne, Ryan Kelley, Dylan Sprayberry, Melissa Ponzio, and Ian Bohen.

Other notable absences included Arden Cho, who played Kitsune, and Dylan OBrien. Apparently, for some reason, Cho didn’t return to the franchise, after giving more money than her counterparts, while OBrien told Variety that he felt the original series of Teen Wolfleft Stiles in a really good place for his character.

Teen Wolf: The movie will open tomorrow.

This film premieres on January 26 and 2023, exclusively on Paramount Plus. This was one of the most popular selling points of the latest streaming platform, so it rang up to the scene and brought up nostalgic Teen Wolf fans.

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