Can Winchester Shoot Down Maze Runner 3 at the Box Offi…

Last weekend, as expected, 20th Century Fox’s Maze Runner finale The Death Cure finally took down Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle at the box office, and now it only faces minimal competition with just one movie opening in wide release this weekend, Winchester. While this Maze Runner franchise finale didn’t post a massive opening, its $24.1 million was more than enough to take down both Jumanji and an expanding Hostiles, and with just one new release, debuting in far fewer theaters, we’re predicting that The Maze Runner: The Death Cure,Read More

Maze Runner sequel races to top of North American box o…

Newsdesk Maze Runner: The Death Cure has outpaced Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle to take the North American box office crown. The dystopian action film, the final instalment of the sci-fi trilogy, based on the books by James Dashner, raced to number one with a $23.5 million (£16.6 million) debut, ending Jumanji’s three-week reign over the chart. However, The Death Cure’s opening take paled in comparison to previous instalments – The Maze Runner launched with $32.5 million (£22.9 million) in 2014, while 2015’s Maze Runner: The Scorch Trails banked $30.6Read More

Maze Runner 3 Dethrones Jumanji at the Box Office

Sony’s Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle has dominated at the box office all month long, but, as expected, its reign came to an end this weekend, thanks to 20th Century Fox’s The Maze Runner: The Death Cure. While it came in slightly under projections, the third installment in The Maze Runner trilogy based on the books by author James Dashner, took in an estimated $23.5 million, more than enough to take down Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle, which is still putting up strong numbers in its sixth frame in theaters,Read More

Why The Maze Runner Franchise Should End With The Death…

Of course, with the Maze Runner franchise coming to an end, this also opens up the schedule for the cast of The Death Cure to go on to other franchises. Despite her jokes, it’s entirely plausible that Kaya Scodelario could return for a sixth Pirates of the Caribbean movie, and Rosa Salazar is already lining up for the titular role in Alita: Battle Angel. Moreover, elsewhere in our interview, Dylan O’Brien expressed interest in portraying Dick Grayson in the DCEU for the upcoming Nightwing movie — once he learned whoRead More

Maze Runner: The Death Cure

It looks like if you want to play in The Maze Runner’s sandbox, you need to come prepared. So if you haven’t seen those first two films, and have somehow stuck around this far, bookmark this page and come back to further discuss the movie. For those of you who are all caught up and ready to talk about the finale, we have some post-film discussion questions for you, the readers, to mull over in the comments below. With that in mind, think about the following subjects as you embarkRead More

Dylan O’Brien: I’m incredibly proud of final Maze Runne…

Newsdesk Actor Dylan O’Brien had mixed emotions as he watched the finished version of his new Maze Runner movie after production was shut down for almost a year to allow him to recover from a stunt injury. The 26-year-old was badly injured when a stunt went wrong while he was filming Maze Runner: The Death Cure in 2016. Dylan has never gone into detail about the stunt, but her tells Press Association his recovery left him in a “fragile personal state”. Now, with the release of the final Maze RunnerRead More

Why Dylan O’Brien Felt He Had To Finish The Maze Runner…

One of the worst things that can happen to a film set is a severe accident involving an actor, and that’s what happened on the set of Maze Runner: The Death Cure. Franchise star Dylan O’Brien was rushed to the hospital after being run over by a car while filming a major action set piece, leading many to wonder if the film would even get made. However, with the movie about to debut in theaters, CinemaBlend recently sat down with O’Brien to ask him about the accident, and he explainedRead More

Can Maze Runner 3 Outrun Jumanji at the Box Office?

After posting minimal decreases, and facing minimal competition, Sony’s Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle has proven to be a box office hit, winning the last three weekends in a row, although that streak is likely in jeopardy with the release of 20th Century Fox’s The Maze Runner: The Death Cure. This final installment of The Maze Runner trilogy, which follow the young group known as the Gladers trying to take down the organization known as WCKD, is poised to topple Jumanji, while Entertainment Studios’ Hostiles will be expanding nationwide andRead More

This Rotten Week: Maze Runner: The Death Cure Reviews

The first film, Maze Runner (65%), started the franchise off fine enough from a critical perspective. But the sequel, Scorch Trials (46%) started what would be the slow and steady decline we sometimes see with these franchise flicks. Early reviews for The Death Cure are trending even lower with the movie sitting at 43% through about 30 reviews. That, almost assuredly, continues to dip over the course of the week. I wouldn’t be surprised if it landed in the mid-thirties when things are all said and done. Source link قالبRead More

Maze Runner: The Death Cure Review

Maze Runner: The Death Cure is for diehard Maze Runner fans only. Between the extended wait, the extended length, and the characters without character, it’s unlikely anybody else will have the constitution required to get the end of this maze. Due to a tragic accident on the set of Maze Runner: The Death Cure, the third entry in the dystopian franchise was delayed a long time. Now it’s here, which is likely good news for those who have been waiting for a culmination of the story. If, however, the extendedRead More