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starring Dylan O’Brien will start up again in February, sources tell Deadline. The production had shut down after O’Brien was sidelined after being seriously injured on the set on March 17 while filming the third installment of the popular YA franchise and was hospitalized with injuries to his face.
'Maze Runner: The Death Cure' Release Moved To 2018 As Dylan O'Brien Recovers
The production was supposed to start up on May 9 but that was postponed, as was the release date, to give O’Brien more time to convalesce. Fox had pushed the film’s release date from February 17, 2017, to January 12, 2018.
O’Brien was said to fractured either his cheekbone or orbital socket after a stunt sequence went awry.
The crew went their separate ways after the second postponement, but now schedules have been worked out to move forward early next year, albeit in a new location.
still will be directed by Wes Ball. The script by T.S. Nowlin was adapted from one of the series of the popular books by James Dashner. Wyck Godfrey, Ellen Goldsmith-Vein and Lee Stollman are the producers.
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I’m glad Dylan will be able to finish off the franchise and see his hard work come to fruition. I hope the filmmakers took this extra time to further shape the script into something that’s worth the fans and the actor’s time. End it in a bang.
Does this mean Wes Ball won’t direct the Legend of Zelda here at Lionsgate?
Glad to hear this. This series has been sort of a guilty pleasure for me and I’m happy that it will be completed. I’m even happier to know this young actor has enjoyed a complete recovery.
IM GLAD SO GLAD BUT WE, THE FANDOM, HAVE TO WAIT SO LOOOOONG. WHAT ABOUT KAYA AND THE BABY? IS THAT GONNA HAVE EFFECTS?
I’d much rather hear more news about the movie he’s filming next month, “American Assassin.”
This is good news. Whether this new idea Wes Ball has for this movie is a good idea We’ll find out(Hopefully all of us) in 2018. It’s not important to me for Thomas and Teresa to end up together. Brenda is just fine for Thomas. I would like to see as many of the kids from the first Maze Runner movie make it out of this movie alive. There will be a lot more story to tell if you can find someone with a brain to write it. This time jumping to a year in the future makes no sense, especially when the other 2 movies were made in real time. For now, I’m grateful that Dylan O’Brien is getting better.
I’m so glad TDC wasn’t canceled, I just hope they give the series/fans it’s proper ending and stick as close as possible to the books. Certain things really need happen or else people will be pissed. I bring this up because I don’t remember a train in the books.
The good news for Fox is that, if this one tanks, they’re done with the franchise anyway and won’t have to worry about what to do with the next one. That’s the beauty of NOT SPLITTING THE LAST BOOK INTO TWO MOVIES. CoughLIONSGATECough.
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