Dylan was on The Late Late Show with James Cordon last week to promote American Assassin. I’ve updated the gallery with stills and screencaptures of his appearance, make sure to check out the interview below.

   

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1. Who is most likely to be found at craft services?

Dexter Darden and Kaya Scodelario: Thomas.

Dexter: Without a doubt.

Ki Hong Lee: Seriously? I was going to say Dext!

Dexter: Me? No, craft services is Thomas for sure. You’ll find me at catering.

Kaya: They kept losing [Thomas] and he’d be standing [at craft services] drinking tea.

2. Who is most likely to be caught napping in between scenes?

Dexter: Dylan.

Kaya: Me, I nap! I can curl in a ball and sleep.

Dylan O’Brien: It’s amazing.

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3. Who is actually the best runner?

Everyone: Dylan.

Dylan: I don’t know.

Kaya: Dylan and Ki Hong.

Thomas Brodie-Sangster: (to Ki hong) You’re pretty fast too.

Ki Hong: I’m pretty fast but Dylan’s for sure the fastest.

Dylan: It would not be for sure AT ALL.

Kaya: (to Dylan) You’re good at sprinting!

Dylan: Alright if I race you—

Ki Hong: No, absolutely not. I was going full on for a couple of takes and [Dylan] was like two or three steps ahead of me. No way! You’re the fastest!

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The cast of Maze Runner: The Scorch Trials played a game of Telephone. Check out the hilarious video below!

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Twentieth Century Fox premiered “Maze Runner: The Scorch Trials,” the second installment of the successful “Maze Runner” young adult franchise, Tuesday night at the Times Square Regal Cinemas in New York amid fan pandemonium. Outside the theater, countless tweens waited in line to get up close and snap selfies with the film’s young cast.

Fans will be thrilled to find out that director Wes Ball is returning to the director’s chair to helm “The Death Cure,” the third and final story of the science fiction series written by James Dashner. Shooting is slated to begin in December.

The “Maze Runner” films marks Dylan O’Brien‘s first big screen role as a leading man. Although he’s been the lead on MTV’s “Teen Wolf” for the past five seasons, the 24-year-old actor admits being the first on the call sheet in a big budget Hollywood movie and seeing his name on top of billboards is a “surreal” experience.

“When I was 12, if someone told me that I would star in a film and make movies, I would have tripped out,” said O’Brien, who hopes to follow in the footstep of Matt Damon and Sam Rockwell’s careers. “Now that it’s really happening, I’m living my wildest dreams and it makes me want to work harder. I never want to disappoint and I don’t want to be the dud in anything I do. I want to continue to do great work.”

Source: Variety.com

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Yesterday, was a very busy day for Dylan and the cast of Maze Runner: Scorch Trials. As one of their many press appearances, the cast appeared on AOL BUILD Speaker Series: ‘Maze Runner: Scorch Trials’ to promote the movie. Check out the interview and pictures from the event below:

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