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Crystal Reed is ready for her character, Allison Argent to stop crying next season on MTV’s breakout hit Teen Wolf.
On the carpet at InStyle’s 10th annual Summer Soiree, Reed told THR that “Next season, it’s really cool. I was talking to our creator (Jeff Davis) and he said he wants to make Allison like Sarah Connor. I think she’s done crying and running away. I think now she’s just going to have to fight.”
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Reed also mentioned that there might be some she-wolves running around in the second season. Could she possibly be referring to Lydia (Holland Roden) who we last saw in a very sticky (as in bloody) situation after being attacked?
When commenting on the two deaths in Monday’s season finale teased by EP Jeff Davis to Zap2it, all the actress would spill was that “they’re important characters” as she later joked “I’m not coming back season two.”
As reported by THR, Teen Wolf was picked up for a second season in July shortly before attending San Diego Comic-Con.
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This wasn’t the show’s first appearance at the annual convention though. At Comic-Con 2010 “nobody knew who we were. It was funny because our panel actually…people were coming in to hold seats for the next panel. It was interesting being there and having people actually know who were. It came full circle. It was really cool.”
The show also stars Tyler Posey as the teenage werewolf Scott McCall in addition to Dylan O’Brien, Tyler Hoechlin, Holland Roden and Colton Haynes.
Teen Wolf’s first season finale “Code Braker” will air on MTV Monday August 15th at 10pm ET.
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