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Have you ever heard the story of how a background extra exposed himself in the ending scene of Teen Wolf? The moment in question comes at the end of the film when everyone runs off the bleachers to celebrate the basketball win. While Michael J Fox is kissing his girlfriend, there is an actor in the background who allegedly exposes himself while standing in the bleachers. Check out the clip above. What do you think?
As far as we can tell, the actor wearing the red sweater is actually an actress, and therefor couldn’t be “exposing himself”. Urban myth busted. Yes, she does appear to be caught with her fly down, and it somehow made it into the final cut of the film. I’m wondering if anyone actually knows the true story behind this situation.
Thanks to Videogum for reminding us of the incident.
Summer of Tears in Teen Wolf
The Pitch: The Summer of Tears sketch comedy troupe invade the classic 1980′s Michael J Fox high school sports werewolf comedy Teen Wolf.
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Remember the old Teen Wolf movies? The original 1985 Michael J Fox film was a staple in the 1980′s. Although a 5.3 imdb.com rating makes us question our cinematic memories. DH is reporting that a remake is in the works with a female in the lead. And get this, Smallville star Tom Welling has been cast in a supporting role (romantic interest?). Canadian High Schools are being scouted for a 2007 shoot.
Teen Wolf Too, a lower budget sequel starring Jason Bateman, was released and quickly forgotten (the movie is currently on imdb’s bottom 100 movies of all time). A Teen Wolf 3 was even announced sometime before Teen Wolf Too was released, but due to poor box office of the second film it was never produced.
Let’s hope they don’t call this one Teen Wolf Again. Better yet, let’s hope the project falls into development hell.