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While it may not have overtaken The Hunger Games financially or popularity wise, The Maze Runner did manage to carve out a nice place for itself in the dystopian teen science fiction landscape when it was released in 2014. 2015 followed up with Maze Runner: The Scorch Trials, and the third and final chapter, Maze Runner: The Death Cure, is set to drop in February of 2017. Production suffered a serious set back, though, when star Dylan O.Brien was seriously injured in an on-set accident last month. But according to a new report, the 24-year-old actor is healing well and is scheduled to return to the set soon. When Dylan O.Brien was hurt in March, the Vancouver B.C.-based production on Maze Runner: The Death Cure was immediately shut down indefinitely. EW recently spoke to co-star Giancarlo Esposito, who said that O.Brien is "healing nicely," and filming is now »
We’re seeing big cinema releases almost every weekend now. But is this a good thing?
Do you remember during 2014, where lots of fans stubbornly declared Captain America: The Winter Soldier the best film of that summer despite its opening in March/April? It was joined by The Amazing Spider-Man 2 in trying to steal a march on the competition, but clearly when you think big blockbusters, they’re associated with a certain time of year. And given how for the studios, summer season occupies a full third of the year from May to August, and Christmas the sweet period from November all the way through to New Year, that should be plenty of room for the Avengers, Star Wars and Jurassic Parks of the world, right?
Except that there are plenty more 'tentpoles' (big releases to prop up the studio’s bottom line) being made and »
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