werewolf man

werewolf manThe werewolf man can actually refer to a number of different things….what information are you looking for?

1.  Werewolf Man sometimes refers to Wolf Man
Often, when people use the term “werewolf man” it is in reference to the Wolf Man. The Wolf Man was a horror movie from 1941 about a man named Larry Talbot that is bitten by a beast. The bite then caused him to transform into a werewolf himself. The film was remade in 2010 starring Benicio Del Toro in the role as Lawrence Talbot, and is often the most famous “werewolf man” that is referenced.

2.  Werewolf Man can also refer to the actors that have played werewolves in movies
If you’re referring to “werewolf man” and are in fact meaning the different people that have played the parts of werewolves in famous horror movies, then you could be referencing a number of different people, the most famous of which being:

  • Lon Chaney, Jr – the actor who played the original Wolf Man
  • Benicio Del Toro – the actor that played the Wolf Man in the 2010 remake
  • David Kessler – actor that played werewolf David Naughton in An American Werewolf in London
  • Joe Manganiello – actor that plays werewolf Alcide Herveaux in True Blood
  • Michael J Fox – actor that played Scott Howard in Teen Wolf
  • Sam Huntington – actor that plays werewolf Josh Levinson in Being Human
  • Hugh Jackman – actor that played wolverine in the X-Men Origins movie
  • Michael Trevino – actor that plays werewolf Tyler Lockwood in the Vampire Diaries
  • Russell Tovey – actor that plays werwolf George Sands in Being Human
  • Brandon Quinn – actor that played Tommy Dawkins (aka the Pleasantville Werewolf) on the Canadian TV show Big Wolf on Campus
  • Taylor Kinney – actor that played Mason Lockwood, a werewolf in the Vampire Diaries
  • Tom Everett Scott – actor that played Andy McDermott in the movie An American Werewolf in Paris

3.  Werewolf Man sometimes just simply refers to “men” werewolves
The term “werewolf man” to refer to werewolves is a little redundant, however sometimes people use it to specify the male instead of the female werewolf. Werewolf men and werewolf women are equally intriguing, however humans tend to focus on the males in their conversations because they think of the males as being the more violent, aggressive, domineering, and thus frankly a bit more well-known. This has something to do with the combined fact that women werewolves are better at not being spotted by humans as many tend to be even more reclusive than male werewolves. Also, there is some talk that there are simply fewer female werewolves than men werewolves in general.

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  1. ArgharnaWelyn says:

    I find them equally interesting

  2. RED WOLF says:

    hai machi…………

  3. RED WOLF says:

    any body is there????????

  4. RED WOLF says:

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