EXCLUSIVE: Two great supernatural movie franchises come together as buffy the vampire slayer alum Sarah Michelle Gellar has been tapped to star in and produce Paramount+’s next film Teen Wolf spin-off seriesWolf Pack, MTV Entertainment Studios. Gellar’s Cast Will Be Revealed Today During Paramount+ Teen Wolf: The Movie panel at San Diego Comic-Con where Gellar will make an appearance as a surprise guest featured in the panel promo, I hear. Gellar is Comic-Con royalty as buffy the vampire slayerr is hugely popular among convention-goers who held a huge fan event to celebrate the series’ 20th anniversary at Comic-Con 2017.
UPDATED: Gellar joined Teen Wolf: The Movie writer/executive producer Jeff Davis and stars Tyler Posey and Tyler Hoechlin on stage at Comic-Con. Hoechlin commemorated the moment by taking a selfie of the foursome (left).
Written and executive produced by Teen Wolf developer/executive producer Davis, Wolf Pack is based on the book series by Edo Van Belkom. It follows a teenager (Armani Jackson) and a girl (Bella Shepard) whose lives are changed forever when a California wildfire awakens a terrifying supernatural creature.
Gellar stars as arson investigator Kristin Ramsey, a highly regarded expert in her field and accustomed to personal loss, brought in by authorities to catch the arsonist teenager who started a massive wildfire that may have also being led to the awakening of a supernatural predator terrorizing Los Angeles.
She joins Jackson as Everett, Shepard as Blake, Chloe Rose Robertson as Luna and Tyler Lawrence Gray as Harlan.
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Davis and Gellar are executive producers alongside Capital Arts’ Joe Genier and Mike Elliott. Jason Ensler is also an executive producer. Wolf Pack will premiere later this year in the United States and worldwide where the streaming service is available.
In addition to her signature role on the CW/UPN series Buffy the Vampire Slayer, who, like MTV Teen Wolf, was based on a film, Gellar is also known for her starring roles in CBS’ Crazypeople opposite Robin Williams, the CW Alarm, and ABC All my children, which won him a Daytime Emmy Award. Gellar also voices the Seventh Sister ‘Inquisitor’ in the popular animated series, Star Wars: Rebels. She is replaced by CAA, Brillstein Entertainment Partners and Yorn Levine Barnes.
Davis is also writing and producing the upcoming Paramount+ Original Film, Teen Wolf: The Moviea sequel to the Teen Wolf series. Reprizing their roles from the show, Tyler Posey and Tyler Hoechlin join Davis on the Teen Wolf: The Movie Comic-Con sign.