EXCLUSIVE: Tyler Posey Wants a 'Teen Wolf' Movie, Says Series 'Leaves Some Small Things Open'

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Tyler Posey might be wrapping up the final season of Teen Wolf, but if he has his way, we'll be seeing more of Scott McCall.

ET's Nischelle Turner caught up with the 25-year-old actor at the 2017 MTV Movie and TV Awards at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles on Sunday, where he opened up about the series' upcoming conclusion, and hinted that the show might "come back one day" in movie form!

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"You'll get a lot of [your questions] answered," Posey said of Teen Wolf's series finale. "There's always going to be stuff where you're going to be left hanging on -- just some minor things -- because the way I want Teen Wolf to progress, it's that maybe we come back one day, as a movie or something [or] a TV show again."

"I, in my heart, would love that to happen, so I kind of want to leave some small things open, but we do get a really nice wrap up of everybody and everything, and all the really die-hard fans are going to love it," he added. "It's for them."

After six seasons, Posey is proud of the work he's done on Teen Wolf.

"Everybody [was unsure of the series when it was announced]," he said. "I was a big fan of [the original Teen Wolf] Michael J. Fox growing up as a kid."

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"I felt a little odd, too, but the second I read the script... I'm like, 'Damn, we're doing something way different. It's darker, it's edgier, it's a lot cooler, it's deeper,'" he explained. "I think we did a pretty good job at turning it into something new, but still giving remembrance to the actual movie."

According to Posey's co-star, Shelley Hennig, fans can "expect a lot of blood, sweat and tears" and "new relationships" as season six comes to a close.

"I think all of our questions will be answered," she told ET.

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