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Dylan is nominated for “Best New Film Actor” for the 2014 New, Now, Next Awards! Click on the picture above to cast your vote!

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I’ve added a couple of sets of photos from when the cast of The Maze Runner visited the Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta and Seacrest Studios. Check them out in the gallery below!

The Maze Runner Cast Visits Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta- 8/29

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The Maze Runner Cast Visits Seacrest Studios- 9/2

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After becoming a $225 million smash at the box office and having its sequel, The Scorch Trials, green lit, Fox has announced plans for The Maze Runner to come home on DVD, Blu-Ray and digital download.

Look for the big screen version of James Dashner’s hit book (it was on the New York Times bestseller list for 100 weeks) to land on DVD and Blu-Ray on December 16, just in time for Christmas!

Dylan O’Brien supremely impressed us with his lead role as Thomas (as we reported in our The Maze Runner review). O’Brien awakes on an elevator heading to the surface and when he gets there, it’s a shock. He has no idea who he is and all he knows is that everyone who has been sent there is standing around looking at him. Many of them have been there for years, and the reason they cannot get out: There’s a giant maze that surrounds them.

The Maze Runner will land on home video in a two-disc combo pack that features over two hours of bonus features that will surely please all those who adored the book and of course those who cherished the movie.

Those bonus features will include:

-24-Page Prequel Comic Book
-Deleted Scenes with Commentary from Wes Ball
-Navigating The Maze: The Making of The Maze Runner (A Five Part Documentary that includes: The Maze is Born, Creating the -World, Finding the Gang, The Movie Inside the Maze, and The Digital Details)
-The “Chuck Diaries”
-Gag Reel
-Visual Effects Reels
-Ruin Wes Ball Short Film in 2D and 3D with Commentary from Wes Ball
-Audio Commentary by Wes Ball and T.S. Nowlin
-Galleries

Source: moviefanatic.com

I’ve added 6 additional HQ movie stills from The Maze Runner. Check them out in the gallery below!

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The Maze Runner director Wes Ball has said that the YA film series won’t be following in the footsteps of The Hunger Games and Divergent by dividing its final movie into two parts.

A recent Hollywood trend – kick-started by Harry Potter and Twilight – has seen producers extend the lifespan of franchises by splitting the final source novel of a series into two separate movies.

Speaking to Digital Spy, director Ball said that James Dashner’s initial trilogy – The Maze Runner, The Scorch Trials and The Death Cure – would only be adapted into three films.

“I think three is the number; beginning, middle, end, that’s it. Four? I think there’s something off about four. For me, if I have any say in it, there’s three movies basically.

“We’re not going to [split a book in two], no way. I think three movies is the right number, Star Wars!”

Dashner has also penned Maze Runner prequel novel The Kill Order and will release follow-up The Fever Code in 2016.

Source: digitalspy.com

News has been a little slow the past couple of days but I’ve managed to find new stills from a movie Dylan did back in 2012 titled The First Time. Check them out in the gallery below!

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6 additional movie stills from The Maze Runner have been added to the gallery. Check them out below!

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Dylan O’Brien was already fairly famous for his role in the MTV series Teen Wolf, a show that’s more popular than you might think. But when he was cast in this fall’s film adaptation of the Y.A. bestseller The Maze Runner, the 23-year-old actor had to know things would change, that the movie would be big—and that his celebrity would explode alongside it.

In just the two weeks following its September 19 release, the film’s already grossed $149 million worldwide. Here, its star chats with ELLE about Chipotle, Patricia Clarkson, and his growing fanbase.

I read an article online recently that said you were overlooked for an Emmy for your last season playing Stiles Stilinski on ‘Teen Wolf’…

What? Gosh, that is so cool.

At this stage in your career, do you think about that kind of stuff? Awards and what not?

It’s impossible for me to think about that. I’m not an arrogant human being, so I could never justify it. It’s just not how my brain works. Right now it’s just about the experiences. Last season, I was just really focused on going in and taking on being the bad guy. It made me really nervous.

Really?

Yeah, I mean, it’s not like I went to acting school and you play Evil Guy one day and Romantic Guy the next. These are all things I’m trying for the first time, because my only experience has been this show.

You’re being very honest about your vulnerabilities here…

That’s always been the case with me. You know, in regard to performing, it couldn’t be funnier that I ended up being an actor, because I’m really shy. Unless I’m really comfortable with a person.

I don’t think a lot of people would assume that.

Everyone says that to me. They’re always like, “yeah, right,” and it just cracks me up. I wish more believed me when I say it. But Stiles is just so confident and extroverted. I’m much more internal. So I guess to hear someone say that I deserve an Emmy—it just makes me feel proud of what I do with him.

Well, let’s segue into ‘The Maze Runner,’ another movie where you clearly aren’t playing comedy. You weren’t playing a villain, but did your experience on ‘Teen Wolf’ help you find your way into this dramatic character?

Well, it wasn’t as nerve-wracking, but I also felt like I understood this character more. I felt like I got Thomas from a 101 standpoint. He’s a character I’ve rooted for since I was a kid. He starts out as this terrified, back-of-the pack kid, but then he finds this heroic nature in him because he’s so curious. He asks the questions that no one else asks, and it pulls this thing out of him that’s been there all along.

Did you actually have to do a lot of running?

Well, everyone had this hilarious week of boot camp—you know, chopping wood and building stuff. I actually didn’t learn any of that stuff, because Thomas wouldn’t have known how to do it. And I didn’t do a lot of running either! It was important that I look out of breath on screen, because I was greeny. Thomas wouldn’t have done much running before getting into The Glade.

How was it working with Patricia Clarkson?

I only had a few days with her, but she’s actually so hilarious. Obviously I love and respect her as an actor, but our relationship was less advice giving and more her grabbing my chest and, you know, purring in my ear.

You’re probably used to that kind of attention at this point in your career.

Honestly, man, I’m not somebody who wants the celebrity. I could really care less about that stuff. I know everyone says it, but I get overwhelmed by it all sometimes. I do love my fans, and I am so grateful for them, but sometimes I just want to walk into Chipotle and get a fucking burrito, man!

I hear that.

I never really understood why actors get paid so much money. But now I feel like it’s because they have to sacrifice their lives sometimes, you know? Some people may want that, but I said it: I’m shy and reserved, and there is nothing about me that wants to throw myself out to the world like that. I don’t resent those people or anything, but it’s hard to feel like you’re a person. You go around everywhere and people treat you like a doll.

So what’s your strategy to deal with it all?

You’ve got to pull back a little. If you keep fighting it, it’ll just make you go crazy. Like, if you just keep saying to yourself, “No, I’m going to Chipotle and no one is going to fuck with me,” you’ll end up in a mental ward. Because someone is probably going to fuck with you when you walk into that Chipotle.

Source: elle.com

I’ve added pictures from the photoshoot Dylan did for Elle Magazine. One of them was seen from the magazine and the other one is a brand new outtake. Enjoy!

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He’s reached movie star status! Dylan O’Brien has graced the big screen before, but after having huge blockbuster success with his new film The Maze Runner, young and adult audiences alike will perhaps think of him as more than just Stiles Stilinski on MTV’s Teen Wolf.

O’Brien, 23, stars in the film adaptation of James Dashner’s young adult book as Thomas, who finds himself trapped in a maze with a community of boys after his memory has been erased. The film topped its first weekend’s box office with a whopping $32.5 million, and a release date for its sequel, The Maze Runner: The Scorch Trials, has already been given a release date for Sept. 18, 2015.

Before heading back for another Maze Runner viewing, find out 5 more things you may not know about the (swoon-worthy) hunk:

1. Gone Viral!

O’Brien did what worked for so many others — he started on YouTube! Filming from his hometown of Springfield, NJ., the budding star created his own channel at 14 in order to show off his acting chops and humor in quick skits. One of the most memorable was when he wore a low V-neck shirt and belted out “Wannabe” by the Spice Girls before getting interrupted (ahem, caught) by a friend.

2. Listen Up, Ladies!
Did you know that O’Brien used to be in a band called Slow Kids at Play? Yep, the actor is musical too, and was a drummer in the all-male group. “We had pop-punk elements but more of the beachy, reggae vibe,” he told Entertainment Weekly in August 2014. “I miss playing shows. Anonymously playing shows, too.”

3. Teen Wolf Switcheroo

Although he provides much-needed comic relief on Teen Wolf as Stiles, O’Brien wasn’t originally up for the endearing role. “I was supposed to audition for Scott, but I asked to audition for Stiles instead,” he told Seventeen magazine in May 2011. “I was reading the script, I was supposed to be reading Scott, but I couldn’t help but keep wanting to read the Stiles parts. I was just like, ‘This guy is freaking awesome.’ And I knew myself, and how I come off, and I’m way more like Stiles than I am Scott.”

4. His Gal
Sorry, he’s taken! O’Brien has been dating Under the Dome actress Britt Robertson since they costarred together in the 2012 indie film The First Time. The couple have remained low key about their relationship (did you see their chemistry on screen!?) but have made time to visit each other on set. O’Brien flew to Vancouver while Robertson, 24, was busy filming her George Clooney flick Tomorrowland in September 2013.

5. He’s Easy to Please

O’Brien loves the comfort of family and home-cooking. In an interview with Glamour in October 2012, he said his go-to meal is the no-frills combo of chicken cutlets, rice pilaf, and broccoli — and he’ll swig it down with some cold root beer! As for his favorite person to follow on Twitter? “My mom! She tweets and always retweets what I write. It’s really cute,” he said of Lisa. “She has the little egg as her icon.”

Source: usmagazine.com




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