As the McCall pack reassembles to combat a recently emerged threat, Teen Wolf: The Movie contains a number of well-known characters as well as some new faces and surprise cameos. The 1985 movie of the same name, starring Michael J. Fox and introduced viewers to the titular character, Scott McCall, is the basis for the Teen Wolf TV series on MTV. The Teen Wolf TV series gained critical praise over time, which contributed to the expansion of its devoted fan base, so its abrupt ending in the shortened sixth season came as a great shock. However, Scott seems to have put his group back together since then, and they are now on their way back to Beacon Hills to solve a fresh mystery.
Teen Wolf’s popularity remained even after MTV cancelled it in 2017. Due to Paramount’s recognition of this, Jeff Davis was hired to lead the franchise’s expansion on Paramount+.
Teen Wolf: The Movie is one of the exciting projects planned for the expanding world because it effectively continues the story of the McCall pack. The movie has the potential to resurrect a large portion of the original ensemble from MTV’s Teen Wolf show. This time, however, Scott and his company will be facing an old acquaintance, Allison Argent, who rises from the dead and embraces her roots as a wolf hunter.
Tyler Posey as Scott McCall
In Teen Wolf: The Movie, Tyler Posey plays Scott McCall again as the alpha of the McCall pack. He fought mystical forces that were endangering the residents of the town for years, playing the role of Beacon Hills’ hero. After Teen Wolf, Posey worked on other productions like Scream: Resurrection and The Last Summer. Prior to all of that, he began his career as a young actor with roles like Ty Ventura in Maid in Manhattan and Raul Garcia in Doc.
Crystal Reed as Allison Argent
The most unexpected aspect of Teen Wolf: The Movie is perhaps Crystal Reed’s comeback as Allison Argent, given that the character died in Teen Wolf season 3. Despite descended from French werewolf hunters, she joined the McCall pack and began a relationship with Scott instead of following in the ways of her forefathers. Reed portrayed Sofia Falcone in Fox’s Gotham and served as Abby Arcane in DC Universe’s Swamp Thing.
Tyler Hoechlin as Derek Hale
Tyler Hoechlin reprises his role as Derek Hale in Teen Wolf: The Movie after making a brief appearance in the Teen Wolf series finale. Hoechlin was a part of the original ensemble and was McCall’s mentor; however, he left Teen Wolf in season 4 to pursue other interests. Since then, he has assumed the role of DC TV’s Superman, making appearances in a number of Arrowverse programmes and presently serving as the star of the CW series Superman & Lois. He appeared in the films Palm Springs and Then Came You.
Holland Roden as Lydia Martin
In Lydia Martin, played by Holland Roden, another member of the McCall pack returns to Beacon Hills for Teen Wolf: The Movie. She can feel when someone is about to pass away, and as she is a Banshee, her main power is her capacity to scream. Other roles that Roden has had include those of Erin Isaacs in the horror movie No Escape and Zoe Woods in the horror anthology series Channel Zero: Butcher’s Block on Syfy. In Mayans M.C., a Sons of Anarchy spinoff, she also portrayed Erin Thomas.
Vince Mattis as Eli Hale
Teen Wolf: The Movie introduces a new character, Eli Hale, played by Vince Mattis, Derek’s 15-year-old son, among a long list of returning ones. The only thing that is known about the character is that, like his father, he is also a werewolf. In addition to portraying a teenage Nikki Sixx in the Mötley Crüe movie The Dirt, Mattis’ first on-screen appearance was in 2018’s Halloween.