The upcoming second half of “Teen Wolf” Season 3 will reportedly feature some flashbacks on character Chris Argent during his teenager years. The E!Online spoiler report reveals that the flashback on Daddy Argent could show his dark side when he was 18 years old plus a glimpse of a Yakuza warrior as the TV series’ keeps up with the Asian theme.
Series creator Jeff Davis shared that the second half of “Teen Wolf” Season 3 will feature “a heavy Asian influence.” Additionally, the Chris Argent flashback scenes will show a “heated battle with a kind of evil not yet seen on the series.”
Mr Davis divulged at the 2013 San Dieo Comic Con that the MTV series will be heading towards the new Kitsune myth. “It is a very, very fascinating Japanese shapeshifter myth about the were-fox and the trickster spirit,” the series creator stated at the Comic Con event.
Korean-American model and actress Arden Cho has been cast for a role in “Teen Wolf” but it is still uncertain if she will portray the Kitsune character. The new “Teen Wolf” character that has been revealed is the new student named Kira with a Japanese descent and connection to the Kitsune myth.
The creator and executive producer Jeff Davis along with his “Teen Wolf” team remains tight lipped whether Kira is in fact the Kitsune, so speculations are now running wild on the character’s direction in the show. No confirmation has been given as well as to who will be the Yakuza warrior in the flashback or if the character, male or female, could be a part of Chris Argent’s heated battle with the unseen kind of evil.
Giving a brief background to the Yakuza world, the Hypable.com report explains: “The Yakuza are members of organized crime groups in Japan, although their members exist around the world. While not all of their business is illegal, they do seem to have less than stellar reputations. They’re also known for strict codes of honor that even the Argent family would probably be proud of.”
The “Teen Wolf” crew and cast members are currently busy filming the new episodes for the second half of Season 3. Beacon Hill’s supernatural teenagers will be returning to MTV for a brand new season on January 6, 2014.