On last week's season 2 premiere of 90210, Liam (Matt Lanter) appeared virtually out of no where, and, in true Hollywood fashion, just when Naomi (AnnaLynne McCord) was telling her posse that she hasn't moved on just yet. In between the finale and last week's kick-off, Liam has definitely changed - softer, tamer, and from the looks of it, infinitely more reserved.
Lanter tells the Los Angeles Times that 90210 fans shouldn't be too sure if Liam has indeed changed, despite and after military camp. "We're actually not sure how it has affected him. There was actually some discussion before we started the season about how this would change him for the better, maybe not for the better, maybe not change him at all. I think the verdict is still kind of out."
But the change will definitely add a new dimension to Liam and, consequently, to his relationship with the now older men-chasing, meaty hand-loving ex. "He's still the same guy; I just think he is trying to reserve the anger a little bit. It might offer a little more substance, a little more depth, a little more masking the emotions, which is kind of cool."
Speaking of masked anger, the 26-year-old is currently starring in Sorority Row, starring 90210 guest star Rumer Willis and a whole bunch of girls I can't quite remember. In trying to avenge an infidelity towards one of their sisters, a group of sorority girls played a prank on a guy that went horribly, horribly wrong. Catch it, the trailer looked promising.
On last night's episode of 90210, Liam returned to school and continued trying to apologize to Naomi for what happened on prom night and also continued to deny that he slept with Annie. However, he still refused to reveal who he was with. He and Dixon joined the school's surfing team in an effort to keep Liam's harsh stepfather from sending him off to military school.