The release date for Teen Wolf: The Movie has officially been revealed, and it’s relatively soon. Teen Wolf is a franchise that has been through many iterations, beginning with the 1985 teen humor Teen Wolf, starring Michael J. Fox as a youthful man whose burgeoning lycanthropy helps him get better at basketball. That movie was heeded by a short-lived vibrant series that ran from 1986 to 1987 and 1987’s Teen Wolf Too starring Jason Bateman. After that, it went inactive for some time before accepting a live-action sequel reboot on MTV, which operated from 2011 to 2017. That sequence starred Tyler Posey as Scott McCall, who is ground by a werewolf and works to balance his human and wolf sides while learning that his hometown of Beacon Hills is frequently beset by various mystical menaces.
So far, Teen Wolf: The Movie is the last authorized project from the franchise. Although it was acknowledged that Davis’ forthcoming Sarah Michelle Gellar sequel Wolf Pack was an authorized spinoff, he has demonstrated this to not be the case. However, there is every opportunity that Teen Wolf 2 could be greenlit if the new film serves well on Paramount+.
Teen Wolf: The Movie could potentially very efficiently get the numerals that the streaming service needs to greenlight a follow-up. The show has legions of fans who are enthusiastic about the new scope after such a long deficiency, and there isn’t much contest in theaters so distant in January. The biggest identifications reaching out are heading to be the awards season holdover Babylon and the children’s reader transformation Harold and the Purple Crayon, neither of which convey Teen Wolf‘s demographic, so the movie may have especially strong showing gratitude to that.