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Dylan O’Brien talks pre-CGI Grievers that look like the “Blue Man Group,” being the lead in a film where he’s basically in every scene, and more, in this PageToPremiere.com exclusive The Maze Runner interview from WonderCon 2014 today (April 19th). 

Character profiles now featured on official WCKD website of 'The Maze Runner' movie →

Shailene Woodley, Ansel Elgort, Sam Trammell, Laura Dern, and John Green attended a The Fault in Our Stars press event in Los Angeles on April 14th!

MORE PHOTOS: http://bit.ly/1hUsyGk

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We had the chance to chat with James Dashner, the author of The Maze Runner, all about his involvement with the film. He got to visit the set twice, and even film a cameo alongside stars such as Dylan O’Brien, Will Poulter, Ki Hong Lee, and Aml Ameen.

READ: http://bit.ly/1lcTyib 

Did you see the If I Stay trailer? If so, you probably felt ALL THE FEELS right? We compiled our top 10 most heartbreaking moments from what we have so far of the adaptation of Gayle Forman’s novel. Basically…all of it.

OUR TOP 10 LIST: http://bit.ly/1eEjV23

"Here’s the secret, baby: if you live, if you die, it’s all up to you. So whatever fight you got in you, you gotta pull it out now."

If I Stay (2014)

mockingjalie:

#raise your hand if you´re proud of this character development

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The fact that Hazel at such a young age realizes that all of this is fleeting and that none of it matters. That it doesn’t matter how big of a mark you leave on the world or how many great things you do, or if you change the world or if you’re Martin Luther King Jr. or Cleopatra or homeboy down the street. Eventually it’s all going to end, and oblivion is inevitable. So you might as well enjoy every moment and live every moment in a present state of mind. - Shailene on TFIOS

The fact that Hazel at such a young age realizes that all of this is fleeting and that none of it matters. That it doesn’t matter how big of a mark you leave on the world or how many great things you do, or if you change the world or if you’re Martin Luther King Jr. or Cleopatra or homeboy down the street. Eventually it’s all going to end, and oblivion is inevitable. So you might as well enjoy every moment and live every moment in a present state of mind. - Shailene on TFIOS

(Source: shailenewoodleydaily, via kimmymary)