Teen Wolf: The Movie is available in the US on Paramount+. It will arrive in Italy soon.
In the head of Jeff Davisthe creator and executive producer of the hit supernatural series Teen Wolf, returning to leave everything as it was would have led to nothing. In the sequel TV movie available for a few hours on Paramount + (not in Italy, where it will arrive soon), Scott McCall and his friends gather in Beacon Hills for the battle of their lives. What shocked the fans, putting them on a war footing, is that – pay attention to advances! – not everyone gets out alive.
Teen Wolf: What Happens in the Sequel TV Movie?
Teen Wolf: The Movie tells of a terrifying new evil that emerges in Beacon Hills, causing wolves to howl once again at the full moon for the return of banshees, werecoyotes, hellhounds, kitsune, and every other shapeshifter in the night. Scott McCall (again played by Tyler Posey), no longer a teenager but still an Alpha, gather new allies and gather trusted friends to fight the most powerful and deadly enemy they have ever faced.
We are talking about the Nogitsune, one of the most famous villains of the series, which among other things brings with it the late Allison Argent (Crystal Reed), or at least someone or something that looks a lot like her. During the final battle with the beast, Derek Hale, the beloved character played by the current star of Superman & Lois Tyler Hoechlinsacrifices himself by holding onto it long enough for Jordan Parrish (Ryan Kelley) to send her to the other world with hellfire. By doing this, Derek saves the others and especially his son, Eli (Vince Mattis), who completes his werewolf transformation at the end of the film.
Jeff Davis explains the reasons for this turning point
Seeing Derek burn with the Nogitsune is not something fans of Teen Wolf they took well, although something similar was expected or at least feared. The reason for such a choice Davis, who wrote the film, explained in an interview with TVLine. “If you make a movie, you really make it, otherwise it’s just another installment in the series,” she said. “You want to take big risks and tell a big story.”
And Hoechlin, who also contributed as a producer, was totally okay with his decision to sacrifice Derek. “I wouldn’t have done it without Tyler’s blessing,” added Davis. “I called him one day and said, ‘Hey, what if we did a big finale for Derek — a sacrificial, heroic finale? Would you like that?’ And he said, ‘Yeah, let’s talk about it.’ so it wasn’t just my choice, it was also partially his. So blame him too!”
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