Thursday, November 6, 2014

The Maze Runner DVD

The Maze Runner is coming to DVD in the US December 16th!

Estimated Release Dates:
US: December 16th
Canada: December
Germany: February 27th
France: November 19th

The BluRay/DVD combo pack has a length set of special features:

-24-Page Prequel Comic Book
-Deleted Scenes with Commentary from Wes Ball
-Navigating The Maze: The Making of The Maze Runner (A Five Part Documentary that includes: The Maze is Born, Creating the World, Finding the Gang, The Movie Inside the Maze, and The Digital Details)
-The "Chuck Diaries"
-Gag Reel
-Visual Effects Reels
-Ruin Wes Ball Short Film in 2D and 3D with Commentary from Wes Ball
-Audio Commentary by Wes Ball and T.S. Nowlin

Who's ready to have The Maze Runner at their fingertips? We sure are!

TST: Barry Pepper as Vince

We have our latest cast member! Barry Pepper has been cast in the role of Vince in The Maze Runner Chapter II: The Scorch Trials.

Vince is a survivalist, one of the last living soldiers of the Right Arm.

Barry's recently been featured in The Kennedy's series, The Lone Ranger, and currently seen in Kill the Messenger.

With Barry's casting as a member of the Right Arm it looks like they'll be introduced earlier than The Death Cure. We are excited, are you?!

TST: Lili Taylor as Mary Cooper

We have another cast member! Lili Taylor has been cast in the role of Mary Cooper in The Maze Runner Chapter II: The Scorch Trials.

Mary Cooper is a doctor that helps Thomas and his fellow Gladers. 

Lili's recently been featured in The ConjuringHemlock Grove and Almost Human series.

Although Lili's Mary Cooper's role isn't totally clear, we love the idea of her in the series! What do you think of her casting?

TST: Nathalie Emmanuel as Harriet

We have our Harriet! Nathalie Emmanuel has been cast in the role for The Maze Runner Chapter II: The Scorch Trials.

Nathalie's previously been featured in Hollyoaks and Game of Thrones series. He'll be next seen in the latest installment of the Fast and the Furious series: Furious 7.

What do you think of the casting?

Wednesday, November 5, 2014

Thomas featured by Flaunt Magazine

Flaunt Magazine features Thomas Brodie-Sangster on his musical inclinations, TMR, and more.

Here are the highlights:

On his successes:
I just feel lucky that I’m still getting jobs and getting to do what I love to do. That’s all I want.

On the TMR cast:
I don’t often get the opportunity to work with people my own age. They’re all really good up-and-coming actors of English and American descent, so it was amazing to work with these people that are in the same situation to what I’m in. We bonded and couldn’t escape because we didn’t have any cars, so we just stuck together and cooked for one another and looked after one another.

On acting:
I’m not a method actor, I don’t take that home with me. You just have to be present, alert, grounded, and real, that’s the most important thing.

On his future:
It depends on what comes up with my auditions, what I end up getting. It always takes me by surprise. The beauty of it is I don’t know what comes up and sometimes it can surprise me. I like the spontaneity and surprise of not knowing.

Be sure to read the rest of the feature here!

Tuesday, November 4, 2014

Kaya talks with The Daily Mail

Kaya talks The Maze Runner, her upbringing, and more with The Daily Mail.

Here are the highlights:

On Teresa:
Teresa is tough and mysterious. She’s very much one of the leaders. Like everyone else, she has woken up with no memory, but she’s willing to fight and to risk her life.

On working with Dylan:
Working with Dylan has given me a lot of street cred with my little cousins; they all love Teen Wolf. Dylan is a proper sweetheart. And Will [Poulter] is lovely. It was great to have a fellow Londoner there, and we have a similar friendship group; we know people in common.

On her parents:
My mum was a great dad. She still is; she plays both roles perfectly. She can be stern, but she is also giving and kind. She’s my biggest inspiration. When she first moved to England, she made food for Brazilian restaurants, then she worked in the accounting department of a hospital; now she’s studying art therapy. It was difficult when my dad died, but it’s something a lot of people go through and I have found a way to push on from it. I feel inspired to make him as proud as I can. He’s always with me.

On playing strong female characters:
It would be incredibly boring to just play the pretty girl. My mum wants me to play strong roles, and she has told me that I’m not allowed to do nudity yet, and I agree with her. I would never do it unless it was an integral part of the story. I wouldn’t do a film like Fifty Shades Of Grey – not in a million years!

Be sure to read the rest of the article at the source!
High quality pictures from JustKaya!

Monday, November 3, 2014

Kaya chats with i-D Magazine

Kaya's featured by i-D Magazine talking about The Maze Runner, her childhood and more.

Here are the highlights:

On the party bus:
On the weekends we’d get a bright pink party bus to come and pick us up. It had furry leopard print walls and a stripper pole, and we’d get them to take us to New Orleans for some fun.

On watching herself on screen:
I hate watching myself. It’s weird. It doesn’t get any easier. It’s a very personal thing. You kind of want to do the film and then forget about it, and then you see it again a year later and you end up hating yourself.

On her Brazilian roots:
 My instincts are Brazilian. I have the polite, quiet English side, but I’m fiery like a Brazilian. I just feel like it’s my culture, like I fit.

Read the rest of the article at the source!
High quality picture from JustKaya!