Two new stills of Crystal in the upcoming crime thriller Too Late have been added to the gallery. Enjoy!
Welcome to the newest version of Crystal Reed Network! The gorgeous new design featured on the main site and in the gallery was designed by my friend Nicole with theme bases by Ray. I hope you will all enjoy the new look as much as I do. Please let me know if you spot any errors so they can be fixed.
HD screencaps of Crystal in her final episode of Teen Wolf have been added to the gallery. While it may be sad to say goodbye to the character of Allison, I look forward to seeing what the future holds for Crystal as an actress. She is such a talented woman and deserves the opportunity to be able to truly showcase her talent and shine.
Jill Wagner chats with JR Bourne and Christian Taylor about ‘Insatiable,’ the cast shares their thoughts on working with Crystal and their reactions to Allison’s death and Crystal discusses her time working on the show and saying goodbye to Allison.
After three seasons of adventures, the bow and arrow-wielding badass signed off for good in Monday night’s episode after a terrifying encounter with an Oni left her with a fatal sword wound. On the ground after having saved Isaac and co., she bled out while being held lovingly by Scott, or, as she called him while dying, “my first love.”
If you’re still crying from the scene, you’re not alone. And also in mourning is Crystal Reed herself, who says it was a tough decision to pack up her bow and arrow. ”I can not be more grateful for what the show has given me,” she says. “It’s given me such a platform to be a role model, to be seen, to be heard, and, actually, from the beginning, I’ve grown into a woman from the show — from beginning to end — and I think that was the biggest motivating factor for me to leave. I feel that there’s nothing more that I can give to this character.”
Reed speaks more about choosing to leave what she lauds as a “brilliant” show.
ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY: Why?!?! Wait, let me start over. Deciding to leave the show was obviously a tough call to make. Tell me how you decided it was time.
CRYSTAL REED: I love the art. And I felt like, creatively, there were things I wanted to do differently, and I wanted to explore other avenues of film and TV. I wanted to jump into different characters. You know, I’m 29. So I think the age difference was something I wanted to change as well because she’s 17. I love the show so much. So I went to Jeff and talked about it and he said, “We’ll write you a great ending.”