It's not uncommon for cast members to take little keepsakes from sets to remember their time on a movie or TV show. Be that as it may, Dylan O'Brien took more than a trinket home with him from Teen Wolf, as the actor has revealed that he kept the Jeep owned by his character Stiles Stilinksi.
Dylan O'Brien recently participated in a Teen Wolf reunion, which also included series creator Jeff Davis. Many members of the cast, including Orny Adams (Coach Finstock), Linden Ashby (Noah), Ian Bohen (Peter), Charlie Carver (Ethan), Max Carver (Aiden), Arden Cho (Kira), Cody Christian (Theo), Shelley Hennig (Malia), Melissa Ponzio (Melissa), Tyler Posey (Scott), Khylin Rhambo (Mason), Holland Roden (Lydia) and Dylan Sprayberry (Liam) participated as well. At one point, everyone was asked what the took from the set. O'Brien revealed he kept the Jeep. Here's what he had to say about it.
"I have the Jeep. It was important for me to take a lot of things. Everyone who knows me closely knows that my heart lies and dies with Teen Wolf. There was no way I was not taking that Jeep."
Stiles' light blue 1980 CJ-5 Jeep was a big part of the character's storyline on the show, dating back to season 1. It's rather impressive that MTV let him walk away with such a potentially valuable prop from the show. Dylan O'Brien also revealed he took some shirts from the show, one of which he was wearing for the reunion. Melissa Ponzio has a map of Beacon Hills, Shelley Hennig has some fangs and Linden Ashby said he has his sheriff uniform. But the Jeep truly takes the cake.
Teen Wolf was, albeit very loosely, based on the 1985 movie of the same name, which starred Michael J. Fox. The show, which made its debut on MTV in 2011, took a much more gritty approach to the material, presenting itself as more of a supernatural drama. It centers on Scott McCall, a high school student who is bitten by a werewolf. He is forced to cope with the effects it has on him, as well as his friends and family. The series ran for six seasons, with the finale airing in 2017. The show aired an impressive 100 episodes and has maintained a loyal following in the years since it ended.
Dylan O'Brien has had himself a nice career outside of the show, having starred as the lead in The Maze Runner trilogy, as well as movies such as American Assassin and Deepwater Horizoin. He also provided the voice of Bumblebee in 2018's Transformers spin-off. He also appeared in an episode of the Amazing Stories reboot. O'Brien's accomplishments in recent years are made all the more impressive, considering the severe injuries the actor sustained while shooting Maze Runner: The Death Cure in 2016. You can check out the full Teen Wolf reunion over at the MTV YouTube channel.