Teen Wolf: The Movie will enter the Paramount+ catalog on January 27
Starring Tyler Posey, the feature is a continuation of the MTV series of the same name and features a plot full of suspense and supernatural creatures; check more details
Teen Wolf: The Movie will enter the Paramount+ catalog on January 27, being one of the first original productions on the platform this year. The feature film is a continuation of the MTV series of the same name, which was on the air between 2011 and 2017.
With a script and direction by Jeff Davis (Criminal Minds), the film project returns to the city of Beacon Hills, where a terrible barely approaches when the full moon rises, bringing the pack of werewolves and other mythological beings into combat again.
It is worth mentioning that the supernatural thriller production will serve as a starting point for a new series, called Wolf Pack, which will be released on the same day on the streaming service. Based on a novel by Edo van Belkom, the series will star Rodrigo Santoro. So, if you watched Teen Wolf and are curious to know more details and information about the new Paramount+ film, see below for more details about the feature.
Official Trailer Teen Wolf: The Movie
Teen Wolf: The Movie Plot
The plot of the derivative film follows the rise of a full moon in the city of Beacon Hills and the approach of evil events. With this dire news, the howl of the wolf pack is summoned by Scott McCall, now older but still alpha, to summon all night shifters, including banshees, werecoyotes, hell hounds, and kitsune, for example. In an attempt to gather allies, the protagonist of the feature will face a powerful enemy with deadly skills together with his group.
Starring Tyler Posey (Truth or Dare) in the role of alpha werewolf Scott McCall, Teen Wolf: The Movie still has in its cast names like Crystal Reed (Gotham), Holland Roden (Escape Room), Shelley Hennig (Friendship Broken), JR Bourne (The 100), Orny Adams (Delivery), Colton Haynes (Arrow), Melissa Ponzio (The Vampire Diaries), Ian Bohen (Yellowstone), Dylan Sprayberry (Man of Steel), Vince Mattis (Halloween), Khylin Rhambo (Deep Fear), Nobi Nakanishi (Hit-Monkey) and Tyler Hoechlin (Superman & Lois).