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“You think you can scare me?”


Dylan O’Brien and a puppy. (x)


When I die spread my ashes at Comic Con because that’s probably the only way I’ll ever get there.

Dylan gives fan who broke down crying a hug and his name tag.

Holland and Dylan at the TV giude yatch

Daniel Sharman Coffee Lounge @ Wolfs Bane 2 

Okay, a week has passed since Wolfs Bane 2 and I thought it would be nice to write down some things that Daniel said at his lounge for those people who weren’t there.

First of all - and I know I say this a lot but still - this man is out of this world. He’s not just beautiful (and believe me, he really is beyond perfect), but he’s also so sweet, genuine, down to earth and funny.


First, he said that he was really nervous to do the lounge: ” This is nerve-wrecking. Please, ask me questions or I’ll ask you some!”

He talked a lot about The Originals, how his character is going to cause trouble in New Orleans! When he first read the script he thought “Yeah I can do that, smash everything and all that, I can do that!”
On his first day on set, he wanted to surprise the cast, so he tried to sneak in without being seen but he bumped into something, made a lot of noise, hurt himself, and everyone was like “who the fuck is that?” and he replied quietly “it’s me…” “Oh, it’s Daniel. What the fuck are you doing there?”
But yeah, he can’t wait to work again with his friend Joseph Morgan and also with Daniel Gillies. He said that he starts filming again in August!
he doesn’t know yet for how long he is going to be on the show, because there is this secret project he’s really hoping to get and it might interfere with that.
About Teen Wolf. Well, when he decided to leave he went to talk to Jeff; so Jeff showed him what he was planning for Isaac in season 4… like the father-son relationship with Chris, and at that point Daniel was really conflicted and sad because he always wanted for Isaac to have that kind of family thing..
He also said that Teen Wolf was his first job in America, so it really is like a second family to him.

Random facts: The first time he  went to America, he was on his own.. he didn’t know anyone. He rented a car, but driving on the other side of the road wasn’t that easy and he thought he was going to kill someone! 
He thought Germany was going to win the World Cup, and he was right! During the match Germany-Brazil he was in London and he went to a pub full of Brazilian people with some friends.. but after the first half of the match they got out and went to a german pub :p
Then there’s the story of how he used to be so scared of flying. Once, the plane hit a hard turbulence and the oxygen masks came down and he was like “oh shit this isn’t happening, it can’t happen oh my god”.. but now he isn’t scared anymore!
He also spent time giving some advice to a guy who wants to become an actor. He was really sweet! You just can feel his passion about acting and being an actor.
He auditioned for a role (can’t remember which one) in GoT and he was so close to getting it! (damn) 

And that’s it. :) I really hope everyone will get to meet him someday.


Dylan O’Brien at the Giffoni Film Festival

The first time in my life when I felt ‘different’ was when I moved to California when I was 12. It was a large adjustment. I didn’t feel like I fit in for the first time in my life. I didn’t feel like I had friends outside of my family. I didn’t feel like I was home.

Funnily enough that’s what started me making videos and doing what I do because it made me happy - and since I didn’t have a lot to make me happy, it’s what I kept going back to.

And again funnily enough, I was scared to tell my friends. I was terrified that they would find out until they kind of found out on their own. And now that I’m older I look back and I hate that I felt like that. I hate that I was groomed to be so fearful of what I was doing. I think you should embrace your individuality, what makes you different. I wish it wouldn’t have taken me so long to figure that out, but I guess that’s growing up.”

—Dylan O’Brien at Giffoni Film Festival (via dylanshands)