Teenage Werewolves, Like Teenage Vampires, Apparently Never Die: Teen Wolf Will Be Reborn as a Movie

I know one thing about Teen Wolf, and it’s the phrase “I’M THE ALPHA NOW.” No, I lied, I know two things about Teen Wolf: People who love Teen Wolf really, really love Teen Wolf. And now they have reason to be super excited: Jeff Davis is at work on a Teen Wolf movie—with the original cast!—set to arrive on Paramount Plus in 2022.

Davis is also making another teen wolf show, this one based on Edo Van Belkom’s Wolf Pack, and is set to direct the pilot for Paramount’s Aeon Flux live-action reboot, which is somehow still in development after being announced in 2018.

Davis will write and executive produce the Teen Wolf movie, which is a sequel to the series. Should you need to catch up before this cinematic masterpiece arrives, Teen Wolf will be streaming on Paramount Plus beginning in December.

He’ll be the showrunner on Wolf Pack, which Deadline explained thusly:

Based on the book series by Edo Van Belkom, WOLF PACK follows a teenage boy and girl whose lives are changed forever when a California wildfire awakens a terrifying supernatural creature and drives it to attack a highway traffic jam beneath the burning hills. Wounded in the chaos, the boy and girl are inexplicably drawn to each other and to two other teenagers who were adopted sixteen years earlier by a park ranger after another mysterious wildfire. As the full moon rises, all four teens come together to unravel the secret that connects them – the bite and blood of a werewolf.

And he’ll also be the showrunner for the eventual Aeon Flux series—the third iteration of the early-’90s animated show which made its debut on MTV’s Liquid Television. The peculiar post-apocalyptic series starring a stunning leather (or is it latex?)-clad assassin was transformed into a 2005 movie starring Charlize Theron. Gale Anne Hurd, who was a producer on the film, will executive produce the series.

In conclusion, where do you get your juice?

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