With Teen Wolf‘s final New York Comic-Con panel in the books, it was a nostalgic and emotional weekend for the fans as well as the cast and crew of the MTV show. A devoted fan of the series myself, I jumped at the chance to sit down with stars Tyler Posey and Holland Roden as well as Executive Producer Jeff Davis (also the creator of Criminal Minds) and hear their perspectives personally. Cast members Linden Ashby, Melissa Ponzio, and Shelley Hennig were also in the room and are included in the photo ops below.
Read what they had to say and check out exclusive photos from the roundtable interviews here below.
HBO has released a second trailer for season two of their drama The Leftovers, which comes from LOST co-creator and co-showrunner Damon Lindelof and is based on the book of the same name from author Tom Perrotta. If you missed it, you can watch the first trailer for the new season here as well.
Continue below now to see the second trailer for The Leftovers season two.
Steamy new photos have been released from the upcoming drama I Am Michael of its stars James Franco, Zachary Quinto, and Charlie Carver in a threesome, as well as one of Franco and Quinto kissing.
In this true-life story from director Justin Kelly, which premieres tomorrow at the Sundance Film Festival, Franco (The Interview) is Michael Glatze, a gay activist turned Christian pastor who goes on to denounce homosexuality. Quinto (Star Trek, The Slap) plays Michael’s one-time boyfriend Bennett, while Carver (The Leftovers) is Tyler, a man who was romantically involved with Michael and Bennett. Emma Roberts plays a young Christian woman who Michael falls in love with after his conversion, with Daryl Hannah as the woman who runs a Colorado Buddhist retreat where Michael goes.
Franco posted the photo to his Instagram account of him and Quinto, who is gay in real life, kissing. Check out the two aforementioned photos, as well as other stills from the film, here below.
HBO has officially decided to give one of their new series, The Leftovers, a second season.
The show comes from LOST co-creator and co-showrunner Damon Lindelof, and is based on the book by Tom Perrotta. It follows people trying to move on after a Rapture-like event sees almost 200 million people disappearing without a trace.