When the 20th Century Fox film The Maze Runner was pushed back from its February release to September 19, the studio claimed it was to spend more time promoting the film. We’ve already learned that promotion for the film will include a stop by San Diego Comic-Con this summer, and now we can add another convention to the list: WonderCon.

Author James Dashner, who wrote the trilogy of books the upcoming film is based on, revealed the details of the panel on his website appearances. A panel for WonderCon is scheduled for Saturday, April 19, at 12:45 PM:


[UPDATE] Comic-Con International’s official schedule lists the 20th Century Fox presentation beginning at 1:15, so expect the panel to be in that block.

Although Dashner offered no details about which cast members would be attending the convention, the film stars Teen Wolf‘s Dylan O’Brien, Will Poulter, Kaya Scodelario, Thomas Brodie-Sangster (Game of Thrones, Love Actually), and several other young stars. We’ve heard positive things from sources about O’Brien attending the panel, and expect some combination of other stars there as well — though we’ll know more when CCI posts the completed programming schedule, likely sometime later this week.

Source:  sdccblog.com

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I’ve added a new promotional picture from Season 3B of Teen Wolf to the gallery. You can check it out full size in the gallery by clicking below.  Enjoy!


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A new online promotional from The Maze Runner has been released. You can view that along with the untagged version in the gallery below. Enjoy!

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I’ve updated the gallery with screencaptures from episodes 18-23 of Teen Wolf to the gallery. Check them out below!


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I’ve added untagged versions of The Maze Runner online promotionals that has been released in the last few weeks. Check them out in the gallery below!

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Of course, he’s speaking of Stiles and Malia, who, ahem, wasted no time and got right to down to business in season three.

But judging from the way the show handled the Scott-Allison-Isaac-Kira non-love-square situation, you can rest easy knowing Stiles probably won’t be at the center of a love triangle in season four.

“Well, I’m not a huge fan of love triangles myself,” Davis explains, “But you’ll definitely see some growing feelings between Malia and Stiles.”

Source: eonline.com

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Also confirmed for SDCC is 20th Century Fox film The Maze Runner, the upcoming film based on the James Dashner young adult series. The film was originally slated for last month (and it even appeared at Nerd HQ during last summer’s SDCC), but was pushed back to September19, 2014.

Lead actor Dylan O’Brien, best known for appearing in Teen Wolf,told Hypable last fall that the move will allow them to appear at San Diego Comic-Con in a much bigger way for 2014:

“We get to do Comic-Con San Diego next year, which we wouldn’t have gotten to do otherwise, so that’ll be good too.”

We’ve also been hearing that it’s very possible we’ll be seeing the film and O’Brien at WonderCon next month.

Source:  sdccblog.com

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I’ve added additional episode stills from tonight’s Teen Wolf finale. Enjoy!

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I’ve added a new HQ behind the scenes picture from tonight’s episode of Teen Wolf. Check it out below, and don’t forget to watch the season finale tonight on MTV!

"TEEN WOLF" SEASON 3 - starring Tyler Posey, Dylan O'Brien, Crys

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Dylan O’Brien chatted with Cinema.de at Comic Con in this interview that surfaced a few days ago! He talks his character of Thomas in The Maze Runner, and how interesting it was to portray a character that experiences a rebirth. He literally doesn’t know who he is, and then slowly parts of his previous self start to surface, and he discovers who he is. He also talks portraying a character from a book, and an anxiety dream he had after being told there were snake wranglers on set! Watch the interview below:

“[Thomas] is literally reset as a person, so it’s sort of interesting what happens. He can become whoever he wants to be! Who he was before doesn’t matter.” – Dylan O’Brien

Source: pagetopremiere.com

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