Dylan O’Brien, 24, is surrounded by so much love. The star of The Maze Runner was hurt following a scary set accident on March 17. His fellow co-stars showed their love by posting sweet photos and messages about their ailing friend. Plus, Maze Runner author James Dashner gave us an update on Dylan condition! Get the details!
Poor Dylan O’Brien! The 24-year-old star of Teen Wolf and The Maze Runner movies is currently being hospitalized for serious injuries after a shocking set accident on March 16. Details about his reported injuries have finally surfaced, so will he be OK? HollywoodLife.com has scoop on if Dylan’s injuries will also impact his role on Teen Wolf.
Dylan O’Brien, 24, gave everyone quite the scare when he was struck by a car on the set of Maze Runner: The Death Cure on Thursday, March 17 in Vancouver, Canada. Now, those closest to him — his Teen Wolf co-stars — are reacting to the news and, of course, wishing him well.
Dylan O’Brien, 24, took a break from Teen Wolf to film the next installment of Maze Runner franchise but on March 17, he was badly injured on set — and now Fox has stopped production. Read the full statement here.
Dylan O’Brien, 23, and Thomas Brodie-Sangster, 25, have a private chat in this EXCLUSIVE deleted scene from The Maze Runner: Scorch Trials. In the scene, which will be featured on the DVD/Blu-ray available on Dec. 15, Newt calls Thomas out for worrying too much about their friends.
Stiles saves Lydia! Kira returns! Lydia showers with Parrish! A new villain kills people! In short, when Teen Wolf returns on Jan. 5, it’s going to be one heck of a ride.
The Maze Runner’s highly-anticipated sequel, Maze Runner: The Scorch Trials, is one of the most intense action movies of the year. Dylan O’Brien, Thomas Brodie-Sangster and the rest of the Gladers are back for round two and have more trouble to face. HollywoodLife.com got to chat with the cast at the movie’s NYC premiere on Sept. 15 about new characters, changes from the books and how the sequel is “bigger” and “bolder” than the first.