If The Maze Runner: The Death Cure was a standalone movie, devoid of mythology and history, it would be pretty damn good. The set pieces are epic, the performances emotional, and the triumphs exciting. In a way, it feels like a post-apocalyptic spin on Ocean's 11. However, The Death Cure isn't just that. It's the final film in an established trilogy, and on that level, it doesn't perform nearly as well.
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Predicting the future is near impossible -- but that doesn‘t stop us all from having a red hot go. Human beings have been predicting the future since the beginning of history and the results range from the hilarious to the downright uncanny.
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Video: 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 sci-fi adaptation a year, but now, it's almost here and there's a brand new trailer to boot.
Back in March, Maze Runner star Dylan O'Brien was seriously injured while performing a stunt for the next instalment 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.