‘Teen Wolf’ Alum Dylan O’Brien Confessed, ‘I Felt Like I Was Going Through a Quarter-Life Crisis’

TV buffs may remember Dylan O’Brien as the visual director from MTV’s Teenage wolf. Nearly a decade after debating on the small screen as a young screenwriter, he has jumped to film stardom. But despite his success, O’Brien admitted he had seen the symptoms of a quarter-life crisis.

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Dylan O’Brien transformed from a teenage actor with a small screen into a bona fide action hero

O’Brien became a popular character as Stiles on him Teenage wolf. Teenage wolf Scott was the title character, but in many ways, Stiles was the star of the show.

While Stiles was surrounded by supernatural creatures, including werewolves, banshees, and chimeras, he displayed unparalleled wit, guitars, and the like. Many fans saw Stiles as the MVP of the pack. That’s why viewers were disappointed when the character disappeared for much of the sixth and final season.

Film buffs note that the actor was away shooting the third film in the Maze Runner trilogy, Maze Runner: The cure of death. O’Brien was seriously injured when a stunt hit a horrible vehicle on the film’s set.

O’Brien has kept information about his injuries private. However, in an interview with Deadline, he commented on how he was greatly affected by the accident and the extended recovery process.

“I had a long, rough road back from there, probably more than people realize. It was a very private and personal thing for me. I was going through that sh * t for a long time.

Many things in my life were changing and they were sad at that time. Many things in my career were also changing. I struggled with it for a while and sprayed out that I felt so f * cking broken. I had to accept that and sink. ”

O’Brien linked to the story as he read the script for ‘Fredrick Fitzell ‘Education

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Now physically recovered from his crash, O’Brien’s latest film is a different kind of project than the big budget moving pictures in his retrospect. The actor explained to Deadline when he read the script for the independent film, Education Fredrick Fitzell, he felt “connected” to the story.

“I remember thinking, ‘yo, here I am now’. I happened to be in this place of life, I was going through a lot, and this script felt like I was going through it, I totally got it. Chris and I spoke, and I talked about how interesting it was and how connected I was to it. ”

Education Fredrick Fitzell the mystery story that follows a man on a journey into the past after meeting a long-forgotten classmate. Commenting on the script, O’Brien said, “I was entering a new chapter in my life and career at the same time. I must have read a hundred projects and to do one it had to be really good. A lot of things surprised me about this script, it was very impressive, very visual. ”

The film’s script evoked feelings of ‘quarter-life crisis’

O’Brien opened up to Date about how he felt about his actual journey while reading. Education Fredrick Fitzell script. As he read it, the 29-year-old star began to reflect on his life.

“When I read it, I felt like I was going through a quarter-life crisis,” O’Brien said. “I had pretended to be in this beautiful place that was lost. And then this script came along, and I thought it was as crazy as it was for me at the time. The film revolves around a man who balks at the next stage of his life, deals with a great loss, and at that moment in his life, arrives back to a special night. I liked that idea. It’s a very human story. ”

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