When Does the Teen Wolf Movie Come Out? coming to Paramount+ in January 2023
In September of 2021, MTV announced that their teen wolf series would be returning, but in the form of a movie. The resurrection of some fan-favorite characters, including some who had previously died, was welcome news for viewers of the show.
Despite the show’s cancellation in 2017, Paramount+ has struck a deal with the show’s creator, Aaron Davis, to pick up the plot where it left off. On July 22, 2022, the trailer for the film was published, offering viewers a taste of what the revival of the 2011 MTV series, complete with fan-favorite supernatural beings, will be like. Learn more about Teen Wolf: The Movie’s cast, story, and when it will be released right here.
Teen Wolf: The Movie Release Date
The release date of Paramount+’s Teen Wolf: The Movie has been announced. The film, written and produced by Jeff Davis, will premiere on the service exclusively in the United States and Canada on Thursday, January 26, 2023, and on Paramount+ in the United Kingdom, Latin America, and Australia the following day. Dates for the premieres in other foreign Paramount+ markets will be revealed at a later time.
During its panel on Friday at New York Comic Con, the streaming service also debuted an exclusive clip. It’s embedded down here for your viewing pleasure.
The full moon has risen over Beacon Hills, and with it, a horrifying evil, in Teen Wolf: The Movie, co-produced by MTV Entertainment Studios and MGM. The wolves have started howling again, signaling the return of all the night-shifting creatures.
Scott McCall (Tyler Posey), no longer a teenager but still an alpha, is the only one who has the ability to rally new allies and reconcile old friends in order to fight back against what may be the most powerful and deadly opponent they have ever faced.
What Is The Plot Of Teen Wolf: The Movie?
While specifics on the film’s narrative are scant, we do know that a time jump and a specific location are in play. Taking place over a decade in the future, Teen Wolf: The Movie is set in Beacon Hills, the primary setting of the Teen Wolf series.
Even though Scott is no longer a teenager, he is still the dominant werewolf. Scott has done well to maintain his status as an Alpha despite the challenges that come with it, as evidenced by the events in Teen Wolf season 3. The narrative describes the film’s main antagonist as “the most powerful and deadliest,” and the character will play a significant role in the movie.
Scott’s voiceover at season 6’s end elaborated on the dissimilarity of beacon hills. It’s possible werewolves and banshees can coexist with humans now that we’re aware of them and don’t view them as a threat. Now, fans will have to wait to see how this develops in the movie.
Massive changes occurred in the Teen Wolf universe after Gerard’s struggle against the supernatural and the return of Derek, Jackson, and Ethan to Monroe (in the season 6 finale). Scott and his allies may have vanquished Monroe and the Anuk-Ite in Beacon Hills, but Monroe’s legacy may live on in the hearts of many, including the other hunters.
Paramount+ claims in a press statement that otherworldly beings including hellhounds, coyotes, banshees, and kitsunes will return.
Who’s Returning From The OG Teen Wolf Cast?
• Tyler Posey as Scott McCall
• Tyler Hoechlin as Derek Hale
• Holland Roden as Lydia Martin
• Shelley Hennig as Malia Tate
• Dylan Sprayberry as Liam Dunbar
• Melissa Ponzio as Melissa McCall
• Linden Ashby as Sheriff Stilinski
• JR Bourne as Chris Argent
• Ian Bohen as Peter Hale
• Crystal Reed as Allison Argent
• Orny Adams as Coach Bobby Finstock
• Seth Gilliam as Alan Deaton
• Ryan Kelley as Jordan Parrish
• Colton Haynes as Jackson Whittemore
• Khylin Rhambo as Mason Hewitt
• John Posey as Conrad Fenris
• Vince Mattis as Eli Hale (fifteen-year-old son of Derek Hale)
• Nobi Nakanishi as Deputy Ishida
• Amy Lin Workman as Hikari Zhang
• L. B. Fisher as Coach Hogan
• Jesse Posey as TBA
The film suffers greatly from the loss of Dylan O’Brien, the original series’ Stiles. He explained that despite the show’s significance to him and his career, he felt it was at a decent place for him to leave it.
Although O’ Brien hopes the film is a huge success, he is moving on to other projects. His admirers will miss him much because of the part he played in some of the most thrilling films of recent years.
The trailer showcased the most shocking return: Crystal Reed, who played Allison Argent and was killed off in season 3 of Teen Wolf. This is not a cameo, as Jeff Davis has made clear; in fact, she plays a significant role in the film.
The film was directed by Russell Mulcahy, with Jess Davis serving as both writer and executive producer.
Is There a Trailer for Teen Wolf: The Movie?
Scott’s glowing eyes and uneasy looks in the 22nd of July 2022 teaser suggest that his abilities are being tested. At the 2022 San Diego Comic-Con, Tyler Posey, Tyler Hoechlin, and Jeff Davis released the trailer.
The clip reveals Allison fully armed, suggesting her return is related to Monroe’s larger cause. Fans are disappointed that Stiles won’t be in Teen Wolf: The Movie, but having Allison come back as the antagonist would help to tie the film and series together.
Additionally, this is a novel approach for Teen Wolf to conclude the unfinished business of the series. Allison’s complicated feelings toward both Scott and her own supernaturally gifted family will be explored in the film.
In the series, Allison has played dual roles as protagonist and antagonist, and her return to the role of villain further adds to the series’ already convoluted character arc. At the teaser’s conclusion, Scott said to Chris Argent, “She’s back!” with an ominous tone.