The Maze Runner

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Maze Runner sequel sets scorching pace internationally as Everest fails to reach summit
In this week’s roundup of the global box-office scene, Maze Runner’s non-US figures show reliance on international audience and the action-drama Everest starts its box-office ascent solidly

Phil Hoad

21, Sep, 2015 @5:56 PM

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Maze Runner: The Scorch Trials review – a YA franchise runs out of steam
In a worryingly tedious follow-up, our teenage heroes are out of the Glade and scrambling across a grim, post-apocalyptic CGI landscape

Peter Bradshaw

10, Sep, 2015 @9:00 PM

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Selma and Boyhood miss out to The Maze Runner at the MTV movie awards
The Fault in Our Stars wins movie of the year while Jennifer Lopez wins best scared-as-shit performance for The Boy Next Door

Benjamin Lee

13, Apr, 2015 @8:15 AM

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Thomas Brodie-Sangster: ‘They got my autograph but still wouldn’t serve me a pint’
From Game of Thrones to Wolf Hall, Thomas Brodie-Sangster is still playing kids at 24. Will Thunderbirds change that?

Tom Lamont

05, Apr, 2015 @7:15 AM

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From The Hobbit to The Hunger Games, the curse of the movie trilogy
You can’t move for trilogies this festive season but the best things shouldn’t come in threes

John Patterson

05, Dec, 2014 @1:30 PM

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Global box office: has the Christopher Nolan backlash hurt Interstellar?
Epic space drama shoots for the moon and falls short as Disney’s Big Hero 6 leads the cute challengers taking it on in Phil Hoad’s report on the global box office

Phil Hoad

12, Nov, 2014 @2:13 PM

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Interstellar goes into orbit at UK box office with Mr Turner rising fast
Charles Gant: Christopher Nolan’s sci-fi film tops the UK chart with an epic weekend gross, while Mike Leigh’s art biopic makes its mark

Charles Gant

11, Nov, 2014 @4:19 PM

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Mr Turner makes a big impression at the UK box office
A huge draw at arthouse and multiplex alike, Mike Leigh’s acclaimed biopic, starring Timothy Spall as the great 19th-century painter, exceeds expectations, writes Charles Gant

Charles Gant

04, Nov, 2014 @6:15 PM

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Choppy waters for Serena as Fury storms UK box office
Brad Pitt’s second world war tank drama obliterates the competition, including Jennifer Lawrence and Bradley Cooper reunion and This Is Where I Leave You

Charles Gant

28, Oct, 2014 @5:31 PM

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How The Maze Runner points to a new direction in film adaptations
The YA movie is storming cinemas the world over. Its success paves the way for a new role behind the scenes in Hollywood: the literary-agent-cum-producer

Lisa Marks

16, Oct, 2014 @5:16 PM

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Gone Girl remains UK No 1 as The Maze Runner gallops to second place
Charles Gant: Ben Affleck drama falls just 15% despite restrictive 18 certificate, indicating wider appeal beyond fans of the novel, and teen adventure The Maze Runner makes respectable numbers

Charles Gant

14, Oct, 2014 @12:44 PM

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The Maze Runner review – ‘The Prisoner meets The Last Starfighter with giant spiders’
Poor dialogue is redeemed by fine action sequences in this latest addition to the young adult dystopian thriller genre, writes Mark Kermode

Mark Kermode, Observer film critic

11, Oct, 2014 @11:05 PM

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