Actor Dylan O’Brien and Rich Eisen discuss his new movie ‘Love and Monsters,’ his long-suffering Jets fandom, and why he was all business when throwing out the first pitch at a Mets game.
(Video) Dylan O’Brien Takes Us From YouTube & Teen Wolf to Headlining Love and Monsters – Collider Connected
Dylan O’Brien is a star. His talent was already undeniable courtesy of Teen Wolf, but after seeing him in that first Maze Runner movie back in 2014, it became an absolute certainty that he was going to continue to do big things, like headline the new post-apocalyptic survival movie, Love and Monsters.
O’Brien stars as Joel, a guy living in an underground colony after the world is overrun by monsters. The thing is though, Joel’s high school sweetheart (Jessica Henwick) hunkered down in a different colony 85 many miles away. After seven years of being separated, Joel’s had enough. He opts to take the risk and venture out to find her. Love and Monsters is a movie that embraces many of the traditional pillars of the post-apocalyptic genre but while offering up a hefty dose of creativity, color and charm, and O’Brien excels at it al. Whether it’s an action sequence, a deep one-on-one conversation with a dog, nailing one-liners, selling Joel’s growth throughout the movie, you name it, O’Brien can do it all.
Hear all about how O’Brien’s acting journey began, what it was like booking Teen Wolf, working on Maze Runner with Wes Ball and so much more in this edition of Collider Connected!
Dylan O’Brien sits down with MTV News’s Josh Horowitz to talk about the experiences in his past that prepared him for his new film, ‘Love and Monsters.’ He also discusses working with Jessica Henwick and his love of ‘The Matrix,’ putting things into perspective after his accident, conversations with the cast after the ‘Teen Wolf’ reunion, deciding to speak out on social issues, and more. ‘Love and Monsters’ is available on Premium Video-On-Demand and for Digital purchase Friday, October 16th from Paramount Home Entertainment.
Love and Monsters stars Dylan O’Brien reveal the secrets of a good drunk face and working with a cute dog, but also dive into some Marvel/DC possibilities and an exclusive tease of Matrix 4!
The Love and Monsters film cast takes us behind the scenes of the wildly imaginative, post-apocalyptic adventure that’s filled with .. yep, Love and Monsters.
Starring Dylan O’Brien, Jessica Henwick, Michael Rooker, and Ariana Greenblatt, the film arrives on premium video-on-demand and Digital October 16. Dylan O’Brien’s character Joel makes unlikely friends in Love and Monsters with a heroic dog and a pair of survivalist. #LoveAndMonsters
We have the first trailer for Dylan’s upcoming film The Education of Fredrick Fitzell. Check it out!
With a corporate job, a steady relationship, and a sick mother, Fred’s chance encounter with a man from his youth leads to frightening memories. Little by little, he unravels a mystery that has been hidden for years about a missing girl, a drug called Mercury, and a terrifying creature who has accompanied him every step of the way. Past, present and future intertwine, and Fred begins to explore all the possible lives he could lead. Which one will he choose?
Premiering at Home October 16
Seven years after the Monsterpocalypse, Joel Dawson (Dylan O’Brien), along with the rest of humanity, has been living underground ever since giant creatures took control of the land. After reconnecting over radio with his high school girlfriend Aimee (Jessica Henwick), who is now 80 miles away at a coastal colony, Joel begins to fall for her again. As Joel realizes that there’s nothing left for him underground, he decides against all logic to venture out to Aimee, despite all the dangerous monsters that stand in his way. The fun-filled and action-packed adventure also stars Michael Rooker and Ariana Greenblatt.
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The Pack is Back! Tyler Posey, Dylan O’Brien, Holland Roden, Shelley Hennig, and the rest of your favorites from Teen Wolf reunite after 9-years. Hosted by Josh Horowitz.
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