Hibernation is over for MTV's "Teen Wolf," as the cast have returned to the Atlanta-based set to begin work on season two of the hit series. With a successful first season behind them, you'd think the actors would feel less pressure as they embark on a fresh 12-episode run. But not so for star Dylan O'Brien, who told us at the Sundance Film Festival that he's, oddly enough, feeling more anxious about his work on the supernatural show.
"I'm actually going in more nervous because [it's like], 'Great, now I gotta do well because everyone liked the first season,'" he said. "But once we're there and we're in it, it's a family. We're back with the crew and seeing everybody again, and everybody has a good time on set. We get through it, and it's a fun show to shoot. It's great."
Okay. Okay. You had us worried there for a minute, Dylan. On to other matters! Such as what fans can expect when season two returns sometime this year.
"Scott and Stiles are probably going to take the superhero route a little more almost, over the fact that he's a werewolf and 'let's start using it' kind of thing. Like, use it or lose it, right? Except you can't lose the bite. Something like that..."
Dylan went on to hint (very strongly) that we may see a new female cast member. And that she may be his love interest. Though he he admitted he had very little say over who ultimately ended up in Beacon Hills High.
"I [did a] chemistry read with a few of them," he explained. "When I spun around to give my input, [casting was] like, 'Out!'"
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