You’ve most probably heard in regards to the 1985 movie, “Teenager Wolf,” which starred Michael J. Fox as Scott Howard, a 17-year-old who discovers that he’s a werewolf, and later served as the foundation for the 2011 MTV youngster drama sequence of the similar name. Alternatively, you most probably have now not noticed the sequel to this movie, titled “Teenager Wolf Too” starring Jason Bateman as Todd Howard, the cousin to Fox’s Scott Howard (Fox does now not seem within the sequel). In “Teenager Wolf Too,” Todd, similar to his cousin, discovers his “circle of relatives affliction” of being a werewolf.
One of the crucial causes “Teenager Wolf Too” stays rather unknown is most probably on account of how poorly it used to be gained on the time of its free up — on Rotten Tomatoes, the movie holds an excessively low 8% Tomatometer ranking and 18% target market ranking. Taking a look again at this early profession transfer, Bateman himself is not precisely a fan. In an interview with Howard Stern, Bateman said that had he had “right kind control” as a tender actor, he “don’t have carried out ‘Teenager Wolf Too,” in a while ahead of calling it “s**t.”
Alternatively, in a Self-importance Truthful interview, through which Bateman breaks down his maximum pivotal profession moments, he proved he has a just right humorousness in regards to the failed movie. Talking about “Teenager Wolf Too,” Bateman dryly joked, “Winner of 3 separate Academy Awards: Very best Image, Very best Actor and I feel we were given Director too, even if I could be perplexed … We simply had a good time on that, it did not really feel like we have been doing one thing Academy Award-winning, however boy have been we flawed.”