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3 werewolves who (might!) rival Jacob Black


We’ve already dished about our five favorite vamps but now we’re giving you a list of our favorite howlin’ hotties who might give Jacob Black a run for his, um, abs. Do agree with our picks?

Remus Lupin Hands down, Harry’s favorite Defense Against the Dark Arts professor, Lupin turns into a werewolf come every full moon. When he retires from teaching at Hogwarts, Lupin joins the newly reformed Order of the Phoenix—and helps Harry become a part of the group, too.

Big Bad Wolf We’ve gotta hand it to this wolf, he’s pretty creative! The Big Bad Wolf followed Little Red Riding Hood through the forest, tells her to pick some flowers, and dresses up like her to fool her grandma—all for a snack! The Big Bad Wolf really earns his title as “Big” and “Bad”. Don’t you agree?

Amos Calloway For those of you who have ever seen Big Fish, you know that Amos Calloway is a werewolf who runs a circus. That’s the most creative werewolf occupation we’ve ever seen!

Alright, alright. We’re no Bella, but Jacob Black still (and probably always) will make us feel a li’l safe. Check out this clip of Jacob in The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 1 below…

Don’t forget! The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 1 lands in theaters next Friday, Nov. 18.

Who’s your favorite werewolf? Blog about it, babes.

BY DEVIN ALESSIO ON 11/14/2011 12:00:00 AM

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