The Maze Runner (2014) Review

The Maze Runner is a 2014 American tragic sci-fi movie coordinated by Wes Ball, in his first time at the helm, in light of James Dashner's 2009 novel of a similar name. The film is the principal portion in The Maze Runner film arrangement and was delivered by Ellen Goldsmith-Vein, Wyck Godfrey, Marty Bowen, and Lee Stollman with a screenplay by Noah Oppenheim, Grant Pierce Myers, and T.S. Nowlin.

The film stars Dylan O'Brien, Kaya Scodelario, Aml Ameen, Thomas Brodie-Sangster, Ki Hong Lee, Will Poulter, and Patricia Clarkson. The story follows sixteen-year-old Thomas, depicted by O'Brien, who stirs in a corroded lift with no memory of what his identity is, just to become familiar with he's been conveyed to the center of a complex labyrinth, alongside numerous different young men, who have been attempting to discover out of the ever-changing maze – all while building up a working society in what they call the Glade.

Advancement of The Maze Runner started in January 2011 when Fox bought the film rights to Dashner's tale with film studios Temple Hill Entertainment and TSG Entertainment. Head photography started in Baton Rouge, Louisiana on May 13, 2013 and formally closed on July 12, 2013.

The Maze Runner was delivered on September 19, 2014 in the United States by twentieth Century Fox. Pundits believed it to be superior to most youthful grown-up book-to-film transformations. The film bested the movies during its initial end of the week with a $32.5 million introduction, making it the seventh-most elevated earning debut in September. The film procured over $348 million worldwide in the cinema world, against its spending plan of $34 million.

A spin-off, Maze Runner: The Scorch Trials, was delivered on September 18, 2015 in the United States. A third and last film, Maze Runner: The Death Cure, was delivered on January 26, 2018.

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