Arden Cho, featured in the MTV series Kira Teen Wolf but not in the new sequel movie , in the movie
Paramount+ posted her latest thoughts on social media on the day of its release.
After a Twitter user posted on Thursday that he thought of Cho that day because “it might be a tough time for her”, the The actress responded by seemingly assuring fans that she has no regrets about skipping director Russell Mulcahy’s Teen Wolf: The Movie , even though she didn’t Specifically mention the name of the project.
“Don’t worry babies,” she tweeted . “Thank you for your support. Looking forward to better 2023! If you know this isn’t fair and won’t make you happy, Please don’t be afraid to walk away or turn down opportunities! You deserve better. Don’t let anyone tell you otherwise! Love you guys and have no regrets!”
The Hollywood Reporter has reached out to Cho’s representatives for further comment.
Paramount+ announced Teen Wolf last year, after
six seasons , will be revisited in the sequel film, featuring most of the core cast, including Tyler Posey (Scott McCall), Crystal Reed (Allison Argent), Tyler Hoechlin (Derek Hale), Holland Roden (Lydia Martin) and Colton Haynes (Jackson Whittemore). Neither Joe nor Dylan O’Brien, who launched his career as Stills Stillinski on the Jeff Davis-created series, appear in the film career.
deadline Reported when the movie was announced that Cho, the only woman of color among the show’s four female regulars, turned down the movie because she was paid half as much per episode as the other three female actresses.
When interviewed by The Cut in May, Cho opens up about the situation, when it comes to her salary, she thinks she “actually gets even less.” Wrote her character after season 5 Previously, Cho’s Kira was Scott’s love interest for three seasons.
Furthermore, she told the publication of her stance on the film: “I said ‘no’ not because of me or because I was angry. I say ‘no’ because I hope there will be more equality in the future.”
to in August In an interview with The Hollywood Reporter, 1618657869242703872 Cho said , “As a Asian women, I was taught not to rock the boat. I learned in my Thing is, it’s important to stand up for yourself in certain situations, even if it’s just a simple ‘Hey, that’s not cool.'”
After leaving Teen Wolf, Cho was featured repeatedly on NBC’s Chicago Med, and Featured on Netflix’s Partner Track .