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The highlight of this year’s Comic-Con is all about Dungeons & Dragons, Teen Wolf, and more.
Sarah Michelle Gellar joined the cast of Teen Wolf at this year’s Comic-Con
SMG has given us a comeback to the supernatural TV universe.
She’ll appear in an upcoming spin-off show called Wolf Pack; she said while joining Thursday’s Hall H panel for Teen Wolf: The Movie.
“Everyone knows that Buffy the Vampire Slayer was a huge influence on Teen Wolf,” said creator Jeff Davis on stage. “So, I always thought it would be amazing if we could bring Sarah Michelle Gellar back to a horror show.”
The Paramount+ show chronicles the journey of four teenagers brought together by a werewolf bite. Gellar, who serves as executive producer, becomes part of the cast alongside Bella Shepard, Armani Jackson, Tyler Lawrence Gray, and Chloe Rose Robertson as investigator Kristin Ramsey.
Regé-Jean Page Says he ‘Had the Best Ass of My Life’ During the Production of Dungeons & Dragons
When Regé-Jean Page stepped onto the stage, he caused a fiery turmoil among Paramount’s Dungeons & Dragons: Honor Among Thieves panel.
“I had the best ass of my life,” he confessed while laughing, crediting his huge tush to countless strenuous workouts wielding swords.
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The fans of his TV performance are sure to keep the movie in check, to be released on March 3rd, 2023.
Hugh Grant and Michelle Rodriguez are among other actors who will star alongside Page. Grant even supported Page’s statement: “You could wash clothes on ’em!”
Dungeons & Dragons’ Hugh Grant Discloses His Being a Dungeon Master
Dungeons & Dragons: Honor Among Thieves stars – Regé-Jean Page, Chris Pine, Michelle Rodriguez, Hugh Grant, and Sophia Lillis – discussed details about their new film with EW. The stars disclosed how comfortable they were with the role-playing game.
While they had different encounters, Grant shocked everyone when he jested that he was a dungeon master of some sort.
“Well, I was a Dungeon Master,” Grant stated ruefully, adding, “but it was more S&M and less D&D. It’s the English version.”