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The trio released the song "Standing (On My Own Two Feet)" on June 14, 2018, on which Posey wrote about the passing of his mother in 2014.
The band self-released their six-track EP Better Days on August 17, 2018.
In February 2002, he appeared in the film Collateral Damage; in December of that year, he played Jennifer Lopez's son in the romantic comedy Maid in Manhattan.
In 2012, he co-starred with Twilight actor Booboo Stewart in the film White Frog.
And I said to my agent, “They’ll never hire me for Lydia, in a million years.” Originally, her breakdown was, “Off the runaways of Milan.” I’m 5’3″ and that just wasn’t going to add up. So, I went to network for Allison and didn’t get it.
They called me up later and asked me to come in for Lydia.
They looked cool and comfortable together at the premiere and for good reason: They've been friends for over 10 years! Hoechlin looked like around that time, seriously.)Though their relationship recently turned romantic, the stars have been hitting up Hollywood parties together for a decade.
, from show creator/executive producer Jeff Davis and director/co-executive producer Russell Mulcahy, takes the larger story of the transformation that every teenager goes through as they come of age and figure out who they are, and tells it with the added ingredient of werewolves.
Posey played guitar and contributed vocals in the pop punk band PVMNTS along with guitarist/bassist/vocalist Freddy Ramirez and drummer Nick Guzman.
And, when mysterious new girl Allison Argent (Crystal Reed) shows up in town, Scott learns a secret about her family that could put an end to their romance before it really even gets started.
At the show’s press day, co-stars Tyler Hoechlin, Colton Haynes and Holland Roden talked to Collider for this exclusive interview about how they got involved with the series, getting to collaborate on the development of their characters, what this take on werewolves is, and how they evolved over the course of Season 1.
As much as I don’t like to read, “He’s a jerk and a jock,” I went in and wore a letterman jacket, and a few auditions later, I found out I was going to go to Atlanta. Originally, I was just supposed to be a guest star. You never know how your role is going to progress, but we had such a blast doing it. So, reading the pilot episode, I was just really drawn in by the characters and the storylines, and could really see that (show creator) Jeff [Davis] had a very clear idea of where he wanted the story to go, and left it very open to take its own twists and turns, to not be so predictable. Did you guys all get a chance to be collaborative throughout this process and bring some of yourselves to these characters? I originally asked Jeff about not having the popular girl be that stereotypical, stock character who doesn’t have the intellect as well.
And then, throughout the filming, I got to be a part of the whole entire series. I asked him if we could make her both the most popular girl in school, but also the smartest girl in school. I like that she’s not condescended to, academically.