i’ve been seeing a ton of posts lately about how everyone wants to see how the cast is going to look for premieres but mostly i just want to see wes show up to a red carpet in a flannel shirt and his lil hat or i want him to show up really dressy and everyone’s like “wow look at that director he’s so suave” but he’s also wearing his lil hat w/ his super dressy clothes and basically if wes isn’t wearing his lil hat my life isn’t complete
Reading the Youtube comments on The Maze Runner trailer video is priceless.
tmr au where everything is the same but grievers are actually giant mutant potatoes
this is where frypan’s cooking skills come into playI’m just going to casually put this here cause it feels relevant
I’d like to think that I died a good person, but I didn’t. A good person doesn’t expect the worst from the person who has given them nothing but the best. From the day I found you, drenched in blood and surrender, I’ve been dreading a relapse. Expecting you to abandon your chances again, and give into the easy escape. The escape you almost took when it was the only escape we knew of. Maybe if I had spared a second to look over my shoulder, I’d see that you weren’t going to give up this time.
I didn’t die a good person. I died thinking that, when I was heading for death, you were running right beside me."
James replied and its indeed just a “typo”
Observe actor Dylan O’Brien’s horror-struck expression as director Wes Ball talks about the one time a crew member got bit by a baby rattlesnake while working on the set of “The Maze Runner.” (That’s writer James Dashner giving Dylan a comforting pat after Wes finishes the story.) [x]
wake up, maze runner fandom
I can’t help but get really annoyed when people say things like, “Oh, look another dystopian novel.”
Like, okay, but maybe we should address the fact that dystopian stories show up in times of extreme corruption? Dystopian stuff really booms when people feel like their lives are being controlled by boardrooms and moved around like chess pieces on a game board by rich people from behind the scenes.
If art imitates life, then writing styles and genre booms tend to reflect the prevailing thoughts and moods of the people. Whether it’s The Jungle by Upton Sinclair, or Fahrenheit 451 by Ray Bradbury, or the more modern dystopias in The Hunger Games, or The Maze Runner, you can’t just dismiss the genre without acknowledging where it’s coming from.