April 10, 2018 Tyler Posey Reveals What Makes ‘Truth or Dare’ So Scary
   

Tyler Posey is all smiles while visiting Build Series in New York City on Monday afternoon (April 9).

The 26-year-old actor stopped by the program to hype up his upcoming thriller movie, Truth or Dare, which also stars Lucy Hale.

During his interview, Tyler opened up about just what it was about the movie that made it so scary.

“I think we kept some of the gore out and some of it was done practically,” he shares. “The pen in the eye, we actually had makeup over his eye and he had a pen in his eye.”

April 10, 2018 Arrow: Colton Haynes returning as series regular for season ...
   

Hot on the heels of Willa Holland exiting Arrow, Colton Haynes has signed on to return as a series regular for season 7, EW has learned.

Haynes, who joined the series midway through season 1, became a series regular in season 2 but left the show in season 3 — Roy Harper, a.k.a Arsenal, faked his death, taking the fall for being the vigilante then known as Arrow to protect Oliver (Stephen Amell).

Since then, Roy has returned in a handful of episodes, including Holland’s recent final hour as a series regular, “The Thanatos Guild,” which set up a major off-screen storyline for Roy, Thea (Holland), and Nyssa (Katrina Law); Roy’s return in a full-time capacity raises an interesting question for that story line next season. The episode also featured Roy appearing in a DC Comics-esque Arsenal costume, which should be an indicator for next season’s suit.

“We’re very fortunate and excited to welcome back Colton to Arrow,” the Arrow executive producers said in a statement. “While we’ve always enjoyed Colton’s returns to the show, we couldn’t be more thrilled to have him return as a proper series regular and we’re very excited about all the creative opportunities Roy Harper’s return affords us.”

Added Haynes: “I could not be happier to return to my role as Roy Harper alongside my Arrow family.”

This is not the first time a series regular has left Arrow and returned as part of the main cast. Katie Cassidy’s Laurel Lance was killed off the show in season 4, but she returned as her Earth-2 doppelgänger full time in season 6.

Arrow airs Thursdays at 9 p.m. ET on The CW.

February 13, 2018 Cody Saintgnue: Interview for Risk Mag
   

“EXPLORING THE IMPORTANCE OF BREAKING BOUNDARIES, RYAN CAHILL MEETS RISING STAR OF SCREEN AND CATWALK, CODY SAINTGNUE.”

Interview by Ryan Cahill

“Moving out to LA. I basically gave up the whole normalcy of my childhood” rising star Cody Saintgnue tells me of the biggest risk he’s ever taken. We’re sat in the suite of The Bailey’s Hotel, a large hotel in West London. The expansive, repetitive corridors make it feel as though we’re trapped inside at the centre of an intricate maze. Admittedly, it’s taken me at least ten minutes to locate room 429, which was falsely described as “on the fourth floor to the right”.

We’re alone in the room, and there’s something about Saintgnue’s demeanour that makes me feel that he’s a little uncomfortable. Maybe it’s the prospect of the impending interview and shoot, maybe it’s the jarring opulence of the room within which we sit. “I came out there with my mom that adopted me, who I love so much, and my dog Patches, and I never looked back” he expands on his move to Los Angeles at the age of 14. Before his foray into acting, Saintgnue lived in Dayton, Ohio with his adoptive parents following his placement into foster care at the age of 9. After a successful venture into the world of modelling, which saw him win a Model and Talent Expo in Texas, he upped and left to Los Angeles, intent on making it in the world of entertainment. Since then, he’s been on a steady path to acting prowess, appearing in a diversity of roles which explore a multitude of colourful characters, gaining critical acclaim for his portrayal of bisexual werewolf, Brett Talbot in Teen Wolf.

As he settles into his surroundings the initial awkwardness fades and Saintgnue opens to me about the importance of challenging the status quo, the imperative need for diverse representations in film and television, and why we shouldn’t judge a celebrity by their media coverage…

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Now few minutes,the beautifull and talented actress,Arden Cho, from Teen Wolf,posted one new video on her youtube channel.

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January 5, 2018 Megan Tandy:Interview for Vulkan Magazine
   

Former Miss California USA turned actress Meagan Tandy has been seen in a wide variety of roles and series from Jane By Design to Teen Wolf and most recently, Survivor’s Remorse. VULKAN caught up with Meagan to talk about her experiences working on Survivor’s Remorse and her recent appearance in The Mayor. Upcoming, you can see Meagan on CBS’s new comedy series, 9JKL.

Starz announced earlier this year that Survivor’s Remorse will be ending after this season. How does it feel when you receive news that a series you’re working on is ending?

Finding out a series I’ve been working on is getting the ax is never fun. It always brings up a little sadness especially if I’ve fallen in love with the character that I’m playing (re: Allison/Survivor’s Remorse, Braeden/Teen Wolf). When a show is canceled it also means you don’t get to see the amazing cast and crew in that setting any longer and that is always unfortunate.

If you had to choose one person from the series that was an all-star team player for you, whether it was your hair and makeup artist killing it every day, or a fellow actor that helped you keep your head cool, who do you choose?

The MVP of Survivors Remorse for me will always be Mike O’malley, the creator of the series. Mike is an incredible human and was such a pleasure to work with. He has a heart of gold and really cares about what he’s putting on screen. My acting chops got a lot stronger and more specific the minute I came in contact with his material and had the pleasure of working under his creative spell my first season of Survivor’s Remorse. I can only hope and pray that our paths will cross again because he surely is the real deal.

Is there something you wish you had more time to develop with your character Allison or the story as a whole?

I loved Allison’s journey on the show. I would’ve loved to see where Allison and Cam would have ended up. Just when their love story was really unfolding, a road block shot Allison in a different direction from Cam. Where that road would have lead them ultimately would’ve been nice to see and to film.

What will you miss most about this cast and team?

I will miss the work ethic that every single person had and brought to set each day.  I have never felt more loved, welcomed and supported as a storyteller before being on this set. Every single day I was met with professionalism and with great smiles and positive energy from everyone. That credit goes to Mike O’malley. He made sure everyone on the crew and cast felt right at home and we really were.

How was your experience on set of The Mayor?

I had such a wonderful time filming “The Mayor”! Everyone from the cast to the crew were incredibly friendly and welcoming. It was such a fun, new energy and every day was full of so many laughs. I believe that show is breaking some new up and comers who we’re going to be seeing on screen for years to come.

What made you want to play the role of Danielle?

I thought Danielle would be a really fun character for me because she is the absolute opposite of me. Danielle was obsessed with instagram likes, status, and using Courtney Rose to further her personal agenda. She was so self absorbed. It was fun to be able to play a character like that in a comedy specifically. Her characteristics were so shallow that it was fun to be able to make fun of it and bring humor to it. I’ve been wanting to do more comedy so this gave me an amazing opportunity to do so.

What’s one way you would say you’re very different from Danielle?

Danielle and I are extremely different in that I am not self absorbed and I am not ever going to use someone for instagram likes or to further my  “fame.” I genuinely have no interest in any of that.

What’s one actress that you believe has had a remarkable career, that you yourself would aspire to on some level?

I love Halle Berry’s story. She, too, was a former beauty queen. She was able to break free of that stereotype and create a name for herself doing what she loves.

How do you handle it when a character you’re playing is put in a situation that makes you a little uncomfortable?

I handle uncomfortable scenes or uncomfortable story plots by really evaluating what it is I’m not liking about it. I sometimes will discuss it with my team (depending upon what it is). Ultimately I end up doing it because it’s what’s being asked of me. At the end of the I am a storyteller and I have to remember I’m telling stories that are not always my own but are stories that could potentially represent someone else in the world who may find encouragement by seeing it on screen.

I understand you’re a Lakers fan, who’s your favorite player to watch?

My family and I were HUGE Kobe Bryant fans. You just can’t ignore that he was literally the absolute best on that team and one of the absolute greats that the sport has ever seen. I remember when I was younger and watching his very first game as a Los Angeles Laker. The kid was on fire. He was just so powerful and highly respected amongst his peers and definitely all Laker fans.

Do you prefer to watch the game with your girls or with the boys? Little bit of both?

Growing up I always enjoyed watching the games with my family. It is one of my favorite childhood memories honestly. But now that I’m older, I love heading to the games with my girlfriends. It’s honestly a lot of fun!

What’s one thing you would say you learned from your time doing beauty pageants that has helped you in your acting career?

Pageants are definitely great practice for having confidence in a room full of people, one-on-one with someone or on a big stage. I definitely snagged more confidence being able to answer random questions .

Pick 1 director, 1 writer and 1 actor to co-star with. The genre is comedy. Who do you choose?

Michael Lembeck would be my director. Mike O’Malley would be my writer. And Chris Tucker during his “Money Talks” and “Rush Hour” type of comedy days would be my co-star!

What is one thing that you will be putting on your New Year’s resolution list for 2018?

One thing that will be on my 2018 New Year’s resolution list is to cook more & dine out less.

Do you have another project on the go that we should be keeping an eye out for?

You can keep an eye out for me on a new CBS half hour comedy show called “9JKL.”  I was very excited to snag this role because it put me back in half hour comedy which is a genre I absolutely love and wish to do more of! I have my fingers crossed for some other opportunities as well.

See the photoshoot here.

December 13, 2017 Arrow: Colton Haynes returning as Roy for midseason arc
   

Colton Haynes is returning to Arrow as Roy Harper for a short arc that begins in the season’s 15th episode.

According to a statement from executive producers Marc Guggenheim and Wendy Mericle, “Roy is called back to Star City to help resolve an urgent matter with high stakes for the team. His short visit turns into something surprising when he reunites with Thea and sparks a change in both of their lives that will have long-lasting consequences.”

The American Horror Story: Cult actor officially left the series in season 3 when Roy faked his death after taking the fall for being the Arrow; however, he later appeared in the season 4 episode “Unchained,” which introduced Felicity’s father The Calculator (Tom Amandes), who blackmailed Roy to steal things for him. Even though it’s been a while since fans have seen him, this news isn’t terribly surprising for a couple of reasons: Haynes teased it on Twitter in September, and more recently, Thea (Willa Holland) mentioned Roy in Arrow‘s midseason finale last week. Relatedly, Guggenheim previously told EW that this season was about family, so it makes sense that one of Team Arrow’s original members would return at some point in the season.

Credit ew.com

December 10, 2017 Whisper Challenge BTS
   

The talented actress and singer, Arden Cho aka Kira Yukimura from Teen Wolf, posted today one new video with whisper challenge, called “Whisper Challenge BTS”.