Still more promotion for the Teen Wolf premiere in the UK on July 12th, Colton chats with Kelsey and Kelsey from K2K about the show:
Tyler and Colton give love advice to Seventeen Magazine.
Colton did a shoot for the latest issue of Zooey Magazine, and chatted a bit about the show.
Life on set: “When filming the pilot of Teen Wolf, there was an instant connection between all of us. We met, and the next day we were taking group naps as if we were family. We were so attached at the hip and that’s continued throughout the last two years. It takes a while to get a good take because we laugh nonstop. It’s like we go to a party every day at work. I’m definitely having a serious bro-mance with Tyler Posey, Dylan O’Brian and Tyler Hoechlin. We just bro out, go play sports, go surfing all the time. Everything about working on the show has made it the most amazing experience of my life.”
Were you pleased with the reaction to season one of Teen Wolf?
“I mean, it completely changed my life, the reaction from season one. I can’t be more pleased. It was the coolest reaction that has ever happened to me.
“I knew while filming that we had something really good and people were going to respond to it really well, [but] I knew that the target audience was younger kids presumably, I didn’t know about anyone else. The reaction from all these different age groups and different people, even today, still blows me away, so I’m nothing but grateful and happy that people love the show.”
You’re now launching season two, but are you keen to stick with Teen Wolf for a third season and possibly beyond?
“Yeah, I would love that. I think that there’s already talk of another season. My idea of where Teen Wolf should go is… maybe shoot four or five seasons and then film a movie. I think that would be brilliant, that would be really cool. That would be my ideal run.”