One of the lead stars of MTV’s hit supernatural drama thriller “Teen Wolf” is rumored to be leaving the show for good. It was reported that the production for the sixth season of the TV series is currently on-going, and several actors have already begun shooting some scenes for the upcoming new chapter.
It was reported that “The Maze Runner” star Dylan O’Brien is having problems in balancing his hectic schedule. Adding more problem is his injury that prevented him from shooting his scenes for Season 6. O’Brien plays the young werewolf Stiles Stilinski and he has become a household name due to his role in “Teen Wolf.” However, it is rumored that the actor may finally leave the show altogether.
Aside from his injury, Enstars reported that O’Brien still has to film several scenes for the upcoming movie “The Maze Runner: The Death Cure.” Also, he is being considered to play the role of Mitch Rapp in the movie adaptation of “American Assassin.” The online publication claims that O’Brien is currently in talks with the producers of the planned movie, but it would also mean another reason for the actor to leave “Teen Wolf” due to a huge pile-up of work.
Nevertheless, CBS Films, who is behind the “American Assassin” film adaptation, and O’Brien’s camp are still in negotiations to come up with a deal as soon as possible,Deadline reported. The young actor is expected to star alongside “Batman” star Michael Keaton, who will play the role of Stan Hurley.
There is also a possibility that O’Brien will find a way to arrange his schedule so that he could still focus on “Teen Wolf” while he is working on his movie projects.
On the other hand, there are reports that “Teen Wolf” Season 6″ will go back in time as a casting call reveals that the show will revisit the 1980s era.
According to Teen Wolf News, a flashback scene will require an actor for a “Holland Roden photo double,” along with 18- to 50-year-old extras with ’80s hairstyles. The appearance is described as similar to “Duran Duran” and “early Madonna.”
“Teen Wolf” Executive Producer Jeff Davis later on confirmed that the show will indeed feature ’80s flashbacks.