Teen Wolf star Crystal Reed sparked rumours she is engaged to her new boyfriend after she was spotted flashing a shiny ring on her left hand at an awards show in Australia. The actress split from her Teen Wolf co-star Daniel Sharman last year (13) and she is now dating TV host Darren McMullen, the face of Australia's The Voice.
The couple appeared together at the ASTRA Awards in Sydney on Thursday night (20Mar14), and Reed was spotted sporting what appeared to be a diamond ring on her wedding finger.
When asked whether her boyfriend had popped the question, Reed smiled and placed her left hand in her pocket, according to the Sydney Daily Telegraph.
McMullen told the publication about his girlfriend, "This is the first time we have walked a red carpet together... I think she looks beautiful."
For weeks now, the cast and crew of MTVs Teen Wolf have been warning audiences that a major character death would happen before the end of the third season. Although the show has never shied away from killing off characters — except for Jackson, who merely moved to London when Colton Haynes left the show — this one could be the last straw for fans.
In November, Teen Wolf creator Jeff Davis hinted that a core character would die in the second half of the third season: “Prepare to lose someone,” he said. “We will possibly be changing our main title sequence, so not everyone’s going to make it out of this season alive.”
For those of us who are still reeling from the traumatic deaths of Erica (Gage Golightly) and Boyd (Sinqua Walls) in 3A, this was particularly harsh.
So who could it be? If Davis is telling the truth and it’s someone in the main title sequence, then it could be Scott, Allison, Stiles, Derek, or Lydia — all of whom have been on Teen Wolf since the very first episode. If Davis is lying (a highly likely possibility) the victim could be Isaac, Danny, or one of the adults: Melissa McCall, Chris Argent, or Sheriff Stilinski. Any of these would tear out our hearts.
Since Teen Wolf is character driven — they keep the show grounded in reality while their lives are inundated with the supernatural — it’s hard to imagine the series without any of these characters. Then there’s the worry that the death won’t be given its due. If Teen Wolf kills off one of the main characters and the show does a poor job of it (like Erica in 3A) that could make the death even more heartbreaking... and infuriating.
We don’t know about you, but we’re very, very wary of the third season finale.
Although he may not be the star of the show — he’s certainly not a teenaged werewolf — Dylan O’Brien often steals the screen on MTV’s Teen Wolf. O’Brien’s character, Stiles Stilinski, is a fan favorite among those who watch the series and it isn’t hard to see why: Stiles is the comic relief on a show that can get very dark and scary at times (plus, he’s a cutie). However, Stiles is taking a different turn this season and it will allow O’Brien to really show off his acting chops.
Teen Wolf is a highly addictive teen drama that hooks fans in the very first episode, largely thanks to Stiles. Although he was the sidekick — the Robin to Scott McCall’s (Tyler Posey) Batman — Stiles was hilarious and relatable. (He’s also one half of the fandom’s favorite ship, Sterek.) But the character has evolved in the second half of the third season and Stiles is no longer Robin. Now he’s more like Two Face (if we’re sticking with the Batman comparison).
It’s always exciting to see a character change and develop as a series goes on; in Stiles’s case, it’s about time. Fans of Teen Wolf who have seen O’Brien star in other projects like The First Time or The Internship know that he’s an amazingly gifted actor. Even so far in 3B, O’Brien has played Stiles’ transformation into the nogitsune fantastically. He’s being challenged to go even farther beyond the standard sidekick/comedic role that Stiles originally had in the pilot. It’s is incredibly interesting to watch for fans who can remember his snarky comments about sour wolves and “werewolfitude” from the earlier seasons.
O’Brien may not necessarily be the star of Teen Wolf, but his bigger, more complex role this season is the best thing the show could have done. Teen Wolf has always been good at creating characters with which the fans form a strong emotional bond — we take it as a personal offense if anything happens to Isaac Lahey (Daniel Sharman). Now the show is taking us on an emotional rollercoaster with Stiles as his character devolves into darkness. With O’Brien at the forefront, this could be one of the best seasons — and storylines — Teen Wolf has ever created.
Teen Wolf co-stars Crystal Reed and Daniel Sharman have split. The actors, who play Allison Argent and Isaac Lahey on the hit teen series, found love behind the scenes and their romance became public knowledge last summer (12).
However, Reed has now confirmed the relationship is over and she recently headed for a solo vacation to Paris, France in a bid to move on from the split.
She tells Usmagazine.com, "I went by myself (to Paris) and it was cold, but it was still really, really beautiful. I was just getting over a breakup, so it was something that just jumpstarted my singleness... It is the most romantic city in the world, so it can be a little isolating. You just have to make sure that you get out and walk around and do the things you always wanted to do."
Reed reveals she is also listening to break-up anthems by singer Alanis Morissette, adding, "My summer anthem right now is Alanis Morissette, Jagged Little Pill. Because I"m going through a breakup and I can just jam to it. It's a good record. You need something that feels empowering."
The actors, who play Allison Argent and Isaac Lahey on the hit teen series, have found love behind the scenes.
They were spotted enjoying a romantic day out in Los Angeles on Monday (27Aug12), strolling around shopping centre The Grove hand-in-hand.
The young actor's career has really taken off since he appeared alongside Mickey Rourke and Freida Pinto in last year's (11) 3D blockbuster - but it has come at a cost.
He tells Nylon magazine, "I waited seven years to be an Arsenal season ticket holder and this year it finally came through, and it's the one year I've spent about five minutes in London.
"I get up at seven in the morning in Los Angeles to watch the matches at the Village Idiot pub (on Melrose Avenue). It's usually just me with a pint."