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Dylan O'Brien Does an Intense Stunt in This 'Maze Runner: The Death Cure' Deleted Scene! (Exclusive Video)

Dylan O'Brien Does an Intense Stunt in This 'Maze Runner: The Death Cure' Deleted Scene! (Exclusive Video)

With the release of Maze Runner: The Death Cure on Digital HD, it basically feels like the franchise has officially come to an end!

Before you end this chapter, you have to pick up a copy of the movie to watch all of the deleted scenes. We’re happy to debut one of those scenes right here and it features stars Dylan O’Brien, Will Poulter, and Thomas Brodie-Sangster performing an intense stunt.

In this scene, the guys approach a bridge and find it destroyed and have no other way of getting down but by jumping off the edge.

Will‘s character jumps off first and you can tell immediately that this is a deleted scene as the CGI is not complete. You get to see Dylan and Thomas leap at the end of the clip.

Download the Digital HD version of The Death Cure now on iTunes and pre-order your copy of the Blu-Ray or DVD now on Amazon.

The Maze Runner: The Death Cure arrives on digital today and on 4k Ultra HD, Blu-Ray and DVD on April 24th.

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Thomas Brodie-Sangster's Dreams Came True When He Played a 'Baddie' in 'Star Wars: The Force Awakens'

Thomas Brodie-Sangster's Dreams Came True When He Played a 'Baddie' in 'Star Wars: The Force Awakens'

Thomas Brodie-Sangster is all suited up for the Newport Beach Film Festival 2018 UK Honours held at The Rosewood Hotel on Thursday (February 15) in London, England.

The 27-year-old actor wore a festive and tropical tie with his suit for the event, which singer Tallia Storm was also seen at.

Speaking with USA Today recently, Thomas opened up about getting to have a cameo in Star Wars: The Force Awakens.

Thomas played the First Order officer who famously barked out orders: “We have an unsanctioned departure in Bay 2.”

“I keep saying that I’ve always wanted to play a baddie, and that counts,” Thomas says, adding that it was one of his childhood dreams.

“They [my agents] said, ‘It’s a bit odd. There’s a part in Star Wars, it films next week, we don’t really know much about it. But it might be a baddie and we think there’s a line. Do you want to do it?’” he recalls. “And I was like, ‘Um, Yeah! It’s Star Wars!’”

“It’s a big childhood thing to tick off the list. Just immediately yes. Of course.”

Thomas adds, “The level they go through is just ridiculous. It felt very sinister, walking onto that clean, sterile environment felt like a star destroyer. It was very special.”

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Kaya Scodelario Dishes On Teresa's [SPOILER] in 'Maze Runner: The Death Cure'

Kaya Scodelario Dishes On Teresa's [SPOILER] in 'Maze Runner: The Death Cure'

SPOILERS AHEAD – DO NOT READ IF YOU HAVE NOT WATCHED THE MOVIE, OR DON’T WANT TO KNOW!

If you were one of the many who headed to the movies this weekend to watch Maze Runner: The Death Cure, you know that Kaya Scodelario‘s character, Teresa, falls to her death.

Speaking with Teen Vogue, Kaya opened up about wrapping up Teresa’s story and how she liked doing the stunt leading to it.

“I don’t think I’ve ever died on-screen before. I think it’s my first time,” she recalls. “I thought it was really cool. It was also, for me, a bit of a stunt.”

She continues, “Since having my baby, I was really nervous about whether I’d feel brave enough to do stuff like that anymore and I’m really glad I did, kinda overcame the fear of that. Getting to do a full drop, it was cool for me. [But] it looks so great, it was so well-coordinated.”

Kaya adds that Teresa’s death wrapped up everything for her in saying goodbye to the franchise as well.

“I think from a character point of view, a really nice way to tie it up,” she shared. “[Otherwise] you think, ‘Oh God, are they going to do another one? Is that why they’re still here?’ I really like that with Teresa, there is such a birth, a middle, and an ending to her. I really like that.”

Maze Runner: The Death Cure is out in theaters now.

You Won't See This Important 'Maze Runner' Scene In The Movie

You Won't See This Important 'Maze Runner' Scene In The Movie

Maze Runner: The Death Cure is now in theaters, but there is one scene that you won’t see in the film.

The deleted scene is an intimate moment between Dylan O’Brien and Thomas Brodie-Sangster‘s characters Thomas and Newt, and fans of the book series are quite upset that it’s not included in the movie.

“This is such an important scene for newt and his whole character arc and his relationship to both thomas and minho, as a fan i feel kinda betrayed that they would leave it out of the finished film,” one fan wrote.

“This scene didn’t deserve to be deleted, that’s something really important in Newt’s story and they can’t just throw it away you know, it’s important to the person he is and to the relationship he had with Thomas (it shows how close they really are, y’know),” another fan said.

The 'Maze Runner' Cast Reveal If They Stalk Social Media For Fan Reviews of the Film

The 'Maze Runner' Cast Reveal If They Stalk Social Media For Fan Reviews of the Film

You ever head to social media before you go see a movie for reviews, just to see if it’s worth your while to even go? The stars of Maze Runner: The Death Cure do…and don’t.

Dylan O’Brien, Kaya Scodelario, Dexter Darden and Thomas Brodie-Sangster, who are celebrating the release of the final movie in theaters today, all recently chatted Teen Vogue and admitted that some of them do go online to see fans’ reactions to the flick.

“I’m honestly scared of it,” Kaya, who plays Teresa, said.


Dexter definitely checks them out: “You get flooded with tweets and Instagram posts.”

“The Maze Runner fandom is definitely a thing. They love the books and they love the characters and they love the movies,” he adds. “Like Thomas said, try to go with differentiating the two. But the fans are so supportive and they’ve done nothing but show love for these movies and we hope that it continues for the third one.”

And one time, Dylan was sucked in by a really funny reaction to not the movie, but the trailer!

“I remember seeing some of the trailer reactions [on YouTube], those were super funny,” he says. “I watched one that Wes [Ball, director], I think, retweeted or something. And then it led me on this train of watching a bunch of them because they were cracking me up.”

Maze Runner: The Death Cure is out NOW in theaters.

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