The first day of school is a daunting task no matter what grade you’re heading into. It’s the day that defines the rest of your year. If you wear the wrong shirt, say something stupid or pick the worst lunch table – face it, you’re life is over. That’s of course, if you don’t have a best friend by your side to make it all better. That’s why it’s important to choose wisely on that first day of school, find the person who’s going to make the worst days fly by. If no one in your school fits the bill, pick one of these geeky guys and gals: Read More...


"They took my leaves..."



Watch: Teen Wolf San Diego Comic-Con Interview 1

Tyler Posey, Dylan O'Brien, Tyler Hoechlin, and the rest of the "Teen Wolf" crew stopped by MTV's San Diego Comic-Con livestream to talk the upcoming season and more! Be sure to check out part 2 after the jump!



Via an anonymous DC Entertainment source, CosmicBookNews is reporting that Tyler Hoechlin, who plays Derek Hale on the MTV series "Teen Wolf," is being "heavily considered" to don the cape and cowl as the next Batman in the newly-announced "Batman vs. Superman" (or "Superman vs. Batman") film.



Wednesday night, the Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy and Horror Films held its 39th annual Saturn Awards and MTV's "Teen Wolf," "Marvel's The Avengers," and, uh, "Breaking Bad" took home top prizes.




It's almost that time again, gang! San Diego Comic-Con is just a few weeks away and July 18, MTV is hitting the floor in full force!



It's a packed week of new releases, with a pair of Studio Ghibli titles hitting Blu-ray in North America (along with "True Blood's" weakest season to date), while Magnet pumps out a big, bloody, brash horror anthology and delivers some kickass Thai martial arts action.


Watch: WonderCon 2013: Future Of Teen Wolf

"Teen Wolf's" Tyler Posey, Dylan O'Brien, and executive producer Jeff Davis brought their lycanthropic ways to Anaheim's 2013 WonderCon and teased what's in store for MTV's smash, supernatural series.


I first met Lindsey Cepak at Baltimore Comic Con, when I asked to take her picture two days in a row. The first day, she was dressed as Marvel Comics’ new Captain Marvel, complete with her natural blonde hair. The next day, she was dressed as Jean Grey, aka The Phoenix, with red hair, and silly me, I just didn’t recognize her.


Tyler Posey and "Teen Wolf" writer Jeff Davis took the stage during New York Comic-Con to talk about actor Colton Haynes' departure from the series, and the future of the show heading into season three. With newly-turned Jackson gone, what will happen to the rest of the characters? Plus, who do you want to see hook up in season three as the series doubles its episodes from 12 to a full 24?

Jeff and Tyler tease, joke, and hint at what's on the way for the next season of "Teen Wolf"> in this and two more videos after the jump.


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- COSPLAY! You guys gotta see these cosplay protraits!


Excited about the upcoming season of "Teen Wolf?" Then check out this MTV Geek LIVE! interview with series star Tyler Posey and producer Jeff Davis at New York Comic Con. Our host Steven Smith chats with Posey and Davis about what we might expect for Season Three of the hit MTV show:


"You'd make a great villain, cuz you have that kind of strange look about you."

"Teen Wolf's" Danny, Keahu Kahuanui sat down with Stan "The Man" Lee and Jenna Busch for "Cocktails with Stan" on Stan Lee's World of Heroes YouTube channel to talk the origin of Keahu's interesting name, the phenomenon of "Teen Wolf," his coming out as a geek, his desire to play the baddie and even a Stan Lee a wolf?!

Stan "The Wolf" Lee? 'Nuff Said.


It was a double-dose of "Teen Wolf" celebration at San Diego Comic-Con yesterday, as news of their renewal for a third season was announced at the show's panel.

Season three of "Teen Wolf" will also feature 24 episodes, double the number of its first and second seasons -- the first time an MTV primetime scripted series has been renewed for a third season and the largest episode order in the scripted category to date. Read More...

From a brief look at the San Diego Comic-Con schedule - and the fact that our first crack at this narrowed down the number of panels to a lean thirty-seven - this year is the year of television. From TV taking over the massive Hall H, to some significant anniversaries for the King of Comic-Con, Mr. Joss Whedon, you’d need five DVRs just to fit all the awesome content coming your way in one packed weekend. Luckily, we managed to distill the list down to the hottest, biggest panels you’ll want to check out each day of Comic-Con. Consider this your official TV schedule for 2012:

Luckily, there’s only one thing on Wednesday, but it’s a doozy: screenings of several highly anticipated geek TV pilots, and also, 666 Park Avenue:

6:00-9:45 Special Sneak Peek Pilot Screenings— Comic-Con and Warner Bros. Television proudly continue their annual Preview Night tradition, with exclusive world premiere screenings of the pilot episodes of five of the most highly anticipated TV series pilots of the 2012–13 television season: 666 Park Avenue, Arrow, The Following, Revolution and Cult.

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