Dylan O'Brien Opens Up About Thomas & Teresa's Complicated Connection in 'Maze Runner: The Death Cure'

Dylan O'Brien Opens Up About Thomas & Teresa's Complicated Connection in 'Maze Runner: The Death Cure'

From the very beginning of the Maze Runner franchise, you knew that Thomas and Teresa had a strong connection — and that connection will be even further tested in the final film, The Death Cure.

“One of my favorite things about the story has always been their different perspectives,” Dylan O’Brien shared about the relationship in a new interview. “The sort of moral ambiguity. You’re not sure who is right or wrong, in any way. I’ve always loved that about it.”

He continues, “With Teresa, I never wanted it to be, in the third movie, that they come back together and just hate each other. That would just seem so basic to me.”

Dylan adds that even with all the betrayal between them, “he does still deep down inside understand.”

“It wasn’t like he wasn’t listening to her on the mountain up there,” he shared. “I think he knows and hears and understands the reason, but he believes in entirely something else, so they’ve gone their separate ways. But (there’s) always been this connection.”

“She was the first one he connected with. That’s just always how it is going to be between them, and that’s the person she’s going to be to him, and that’s not going to change, no matter what they’re disagreeing on or going through.”

Maze Runner: The Death Cure opens in theaters on Friday.

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