What is it?!
The Stiles and Scott (Tyler Posey) bromance has some competition. Davis actually directed the final scene of the season, where Stiles and Scott finally get to act like normal friends, tossing a lacrosse ball around. “One of the biggest romances of the show is the bromance, because they’re so good together. They respect each other as friends and they’re still supporting each other through all of their troubles,” says Davis.
But Isaac (Daniel Sharman) may threaten that friendship a bit in Season 3. “Isaac is going to be a big part of next season,” he confirms. “It’s fun when we have chemistry that appears between actors, and Daniel has really good chemistry with Tyler Posey, so we’re going to be exploring that, and there’s going to be a struggle with Scott and Stiles, to see if their friendship can remain as strong.”
HOLD ME! I SHIP IT SO HARD.
Jeff Davis confirms that Daniel Sharman will be a series regular, which means that he’ll probably get his own cool bit in the awesome opening credits. AND he confirms that Daniel is starting to work out with his personal trainer. WHICH means that Daniel is getting exactly what he asked for in ‘Teen Wolf Revelations’ “more action.” He’ll either get a girl or some new shirtless scenes, along with new stunts. All will end with me drooling.
To you, Jeff Davis. Thank you.
#teenwolf #danielsharman #tongue #cute (Taken with GifBoom)
Isaac is supposed to be #14. But in practice, his number changed, then changed BACK to #14.
Clear as day #14.
Coach throwing the ball to Isaac in practice before Scott jumps him.
Running TOWARDS Scott. Now, as #8.
Talking to the cops, back as #14.
Trust me, I’ve watched this episode. Watch from 16:05 to 17:18. You’ll notice it too.
I hate when I catch things like this.. I wonder if Jeff Davis knows.