Although they won't know until September 19th of next year what kind of reception their The Maze Runner adaptation will receive, 20th Century Fox has exercised the option to buy The Scorch Trials, the second book in the four-novel series written by James Dashner.
The very first stills from first-time feature director Wes Ball's adaptation of James Dashner‘s bestselling 2009 young-adult novel The Maze Runner have made their way to the interwebs via MTV, and we have a look at 'em here for ya! Dig it!
First-time feature director Wes Ball has a daunting task ahead of him to adapt James Dashner‘s bestselling 2009 young-adult novel The Maze Runner, and the former special effects designer shared some concept art that he himself created for inspiration.
More casting news has come in for the big screen adaptation of James Dashner's The Maze Runner as young Jacob Latimore has signed up for a role in the flick which finds teenagers wading through a maze for their very lives!
You know, Twitter has changed the world and the way that we interact within it. It has helped organize revolutions, report news, and now? Now it's led to a key role in the upcoming adaptation of James Dashner's The Maze Runner being cast.
And the cast for Wes Ball's The Maze Runner adaptation grows by two with the director taking to Twitter to share the news. Read on to learn who'll be playing Thomas and Minho.
Wes Ball (Ruin) took to Twitter to reveal yet another star in his upcoming big screen adaptation of The Maze Runner, the first of a trilogy of dystopian novels by James Dashner. Read on for details.
It's been awhile, but finally there's some movement on the long talked about big screen adaptation of The Maze Runner, the first of a trilogy of dystopian novels by James Dashner. Read on for details.
In late July we got word that Fox was acquiring Wes Ball's short film Ruin, and they must have been really pleased with the up-and-coming director because the studio has now tapped him to helm The Maze Runner, the first of a trilogy of dystopian novels by James Dashner.
Seeing franchise potential from the eight-minute short, Fox is currently in negotiations to purchase the rights to Ruin and the pitch is to turn it into a live-action film.