The third and final film in a massive scifi saga hits theaters this weekend. Odds are, you don’t care. But... maybe you should?
Almost two years have passed since actor Dylan O’Brien was hurt on the set of Wes Ball’s final film in the Maze Runner series, The Death Cure. The injury delayed the scifi adaptation a year, but now, it’s almost here and there’s a brand new trailer to boot.
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Having teenagers nearly die through the complicated machinations of adults is a tried and tested storyline. For a while, it felt like every book, movie, and TV show was based on this idea. And you’ve seen and read them all. So the question is: Am I living in a young adult dystopia? We’re here to help you figure that…
Back in March, Maze Runner star Dylan O’Brien was seriously injured while performing a stunt for the next installment of the series, The Death Cure, delaying the film. While they wait for him to recover, Fox has announced that the film’s release will be moved to January 12th, 2018.
Several weeks ago production on the third Maze Runner film, The Death Cure, was shut down when star Dylan O’Brien was injured on set. Now, a new report says his injuries were worse than originally thought and the film has been postponed indefinitely.
The Maze Runner by James Dashner has become a huge publishing sensation, and now it’s making waves at the movies. But Dashner has already moved on to his next series, the Mortality Doctrine trilogy. Here’s an exclusive excerpt from the final novel, The Game of Lives.
The second entry in a dystopian series is always a challenge. The first installment usually has a simple hook—we fight in the arena, we deal with being the only person who has complex emotions, etc. And now, in the second outing... there’s more of the same. Or possibly, a whole lot more mythos. Either way, it’s not…
Hey, so I don’t know if you read James Dashner’s dystopian scifi YA novel The Maze Runner. Hit book, hit movie, big-ass maze involved. Well, the first trailer for the movie sequel, subtitled The Scorch Trials, is here, and I don’t know what the hell is going on. Also, I’m pretty sure there’s no more maze running.
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The star of The Maze Runner is the maze: a giant structure that towers over the boys trapped at the center of it. It's such a cool concept, you can see why the book was so popular. But the movie, while fun, doesn't quite do justice to this megastructure-driven story. Spoilers ahead...
The Maze Runner movie has kind of slipped under the radar of late. Yes, we love the book, and yes, the fellas all look good in their assigned Henley shirts, however our actual excitement waned—until now. These clips are super intriguing, great looking and simply good. Call me crazy, but I'm ready for The Maze Runner.
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