Teen Wolf isn’t just a drama.
Watch our video interview to see why the show’s star, Tyler Posey, reckons the new series has something that other genre shows don’t.
We’d sum it up as gusty-funny-sexy. A good combo, wouldn’t you agree?
Tyler’s been talking about Lost in Kostko doing a few dates in California soon and today he and Alex Gertsch finally shared some details about their mini tour. So far there are only 4 dates set. I will be sure to post more if they come out.
UPDATE: The Oct 30 date has been cancelled and changed to Nov 12.
Sep 14 - Key Club, West Hollywood, CA
Sep 25 – The Roxy – Frequency 5 Launch Party, West Hollywood, CA
Oct 21 – Phoenix Theater, Petulama, CA
Nov 12 – The Roxy, West Hollywood, CA
For more details, times and addresses please view the detailed list over at the Upcoming Shows Page here. There’s also a handy list on the sidebar.
I’ve added 5 stills and 496 medium quality screencaps of Tyler as Mouse Gonzalez in the 2005 movie, ‘Veritas, Prince of Truth‘. Clips might take a while as there’s a lot of scenes of him in this one.
I’ve finally been able to get my hands on a much bigger version of the outtake above, which, as it turns out was an outtake from his awesome Guiliano Bekor shoot earlier this year. I’ve also moved it to the appropriate album. Click the picture for the bigger version or follow the link below.
Photshoots > 007
Also, thanks to Crystal Reed Network, I came to know of another interview Tyler and Crystal did while in Brazil with NETOfficial. Watch it below:
Thanks to Colton Haynes Online for the heads’ up. Sony Spin Latin America has put up some interviews from the cast, talking about the show. Peter has been nice enough to upload them into three parts which you can view here: Part 1, Part 2, Part 3
Thanks so much to Luciana, I’ve added a scan of Tyler in the August 15th issue of Brazilian magazine, Capricho. Hopefully we’ll get the rest of the shoot soon! Click for the image for the full scan.
Editorial Scans > 2011 > Capricho – 15 Aug 2011
Lizzy Gonzalez from Bay Area Radio Station Live 105 sat down with the guys of Lost in Kostko to have a fun little chat about their music.
I’ve listened to a couple of your songs and I wanted to know what some of them were about. Somebody is a pretty cool one, sounds like an anthem for teenage angst.
Tyler: Yeah, I actually wrote it about Teen Wolf, the TV show that I’m in. The show is about teen angst, and wanting to be “somebody”.
Freddy: It’s actually the first one we wrote as a band, we pretty much wrote our own parts in every song.
Jeremy: Alright the next song, what are the first letters in every word for “Sorry To Disappoint”?
Lizzy (Interviewer): STD?
Tyler: Yeah, it’s about contracting and extinguishing an STD.
Alex: And the lesson you learn after that.
Tyler: It’s a true story too, but it may or may not have happened to one of us. The song “Thank you” is also about teen angst and just wanting to be out on your own. It’s like “Thanks a lot parents, but I’m done I want to do my own thing now” and “Footsteps” is about my little bro and growing up I know life is hard, it’s going to be hard. “Dexter” is about the show Dexter the serial killer and killing people.
Read the full interview: Lost In Kostko: Teenage Angst – Live 105 Radio
Photoshoots > 0197 – Lizzie Gonzalez
The first season of MTV’s Teen Wolf came to a close on Monday night, and after we finished scrapping the remnants of our jaws off the floor, we were left with a lot of questions. Is Derek (Tyler Hoechlin) replacing Peter (RIP… kind of!) as the new Big Bad? Will Derek turn Jackson (Colton Haynes) into a werewolf? What the hell is Lydia (Holland Roden) now? Will Stiles (Dylan O’Brien) remain awesome? We need answers, people!
Lucky for us, the show’s creator and executive producer Jeff Davis was more than willing to give up some scoop…
SPOILER WARNING! Click to view
The New HWIC: That’s right, Derek will be Head Wolf in Charge when Teen Wolf returns in 2012, a role he’d been working to attain all season. “We had been building to it for a long time. Derek just had his eye on the prize the whole time, which was becoming the Alpha himself,” Jeff says. “It’s our version of The Godfather essentially. He’s become the Godfather. It’s like, what happens to him now? Is he going to use his power for good or evil?”
While he wouldn’t say if Derek will be next season’s Big Bad, Jeff did tell us fans will see Derek recruiting new pack members. “There will be new werewolves rounding out Derek’s pack because the stronger his pack, the stronger Derek becomes, the faster he’ll be able to heal. The stronger your pack, the closer you get to being able to transform into a full wolf,” he explains. “Our werewolves become stronger with a strong pack. They feed off each other’s power, they become more powerful together.”
One of season two’s biggest questions? “Whether or not Scott (Tyler Posey) will join him.” Dun-dun-dun!
Star-Crossed Lovers: How cute were Scott and Allison (Crystal Reed) cuddling on her roof at the end of the episode? You didn’t think they’d actually stay that happy and content for long, did you? Oh, you did? That’s so sweet. We remember our first TV show.
“It’s going to be difficult for them next season because they’ll have to carry on their romance in secret,” Jeff explains. “It will be a real Romeo and Juliet story because a deal will have been made between Argent and Scott: I will stay out of your way but you have to stay away from Allison. That’s not going to last very long.”
Read the full article for more on the other characters at E! Online
“I’m totally honored to be in this category, especially after I saw who else was in it with me. It’s pretty cool how I can be considered equal to people who inspire me—for all they do, being how young they are. They’re kids that I’ve grown up watching.”
I was six years old and I booked a commercial for a public service announcement about domestic abuse,” Posey, 2o, said. “The commercial was about me and my play sister, we were playing house and we were playing house the way we saw our parents live in our life. And I was mean to her. I was like ‘where’s dinner, why isn’t there dinner on the table when I got home’ and I had to call her a stupid b***h in the commercial. I didn’t want to say it at all and I was freaking out.