Max Carver talks Teen Wolf, HBO’s The Leftovers & Game of Thrones

You’ve seen the talented and charming young actor Max Carver grow up on TV as one of the Scavo twins on Desperate Housewives, turn into a super-werewolf on popular MTV show Teen Wolf, and now he’s starring in new HBO show The Leftovers alongside an incredible cast including Christopher Eccleston.

So, when Max landed in the UK recently, Flicks And The City took the opportunity to have a chat with him about life on Teen Wolf, working on The Leftovers, and why he’s such a fan of Game of Thrones!

Check out our video to see Max chat about joining the already established cast of Teen Wolf in Season 3, how Max and his brother Charlie started acting, getting in shape for Teen Wolf, shooting the Season 3 finale, whether he or Charlie could ever return to the show, what advice he would have given to his character Aiden, which character he would like to have spent more time with on screen, which character he would like to have faced off with on screen, Stydia or Stalia, what it’s like working with the Teen Wolf cast, how much the Teen Wolf cast old and new hang out together, what the cast do between takes, which actor he’d like to see in Teen Wolf, and how he and his brother Charlie transformed into the super-werewolf in Teen Wolf.

Max also tells us which actors he’d love to work with, whether he’d like to be part of a superhero movie or TV show, what he enjoys most about playing the Frost Twins on new HBO show The Leftovers, how well he knew the book the show’s based on, working with director Peter Berg (Hancock, Battleship), what writer Damon Lindelof (Lost, Star Trek Into Darkness) has brought to the adaptation, working with The Leftovers cast including Christopher Eccleston and Liv Tyler, whether we’re likely to see a second season of the show, and what he’d like to see happen in a second season.

And Max chats to us about why he enjoys watching HBO’s Game of Thrones, what role he’d like in GoT, his reaction to watching The Mountain fight The Red Viper, and the death of King Joffrey.

Season 4 of Teen Wolf is currently airing on MTV.