Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment has officially announced that Maze Runner: The Scorch Trials will be available for purchase on December 15. In addition to the standard Blu-ray edition, Best Buy will have available for sale an exclusive SteelBook edition. You can pre-order your copy here:
Also, Tiger House is finally available for purchase in the US. Special Features include The Making of Tiger House, and theatrical trailer. You can order your copy here:
Check out all the special features for The Scorch Trials below:
Feminism in Hollywood is the newest case du jour. Everyone’s talking about it and young actresses are taking stands against the lack of representation and treatment of women in Hollywood. Just look at Emma Watson with her successful He for She campaign, and even teenager, and Girl Meets World star, Rowan Blanchard and her eloquent essay on intersectional feminism.
However, not every young actress can be as artfully expressive as Watson and Blanchard.
During a press day promoting their new film, The Scorch Trials — the second installment in The Maze Runner series — Kaya Scodelario, who plays Teresa, and Rosa Salazar (Brenda) attempted to fight the good fight and stamp out gender inequality.
It was refreshing to see more women were added to the film this second time around. The first film of the series, 2014’s The Maze Runner, is a boys club, Scodelario’s character was the sole woman, save for the occasional flashback or video footage of the overarching Ava Paige (Patricia Clarkson). The future, apparently, was no place for women. And since the dystopian science fiction flick picks up moments after where the first left off, audiences are rushed quickly into plot and action.
Thomas (Dylan O’Brien), Teresa, Minho (Ki Hong Lee), Newt (Thomas Brodie-Sangster), Frypan (Dexter Darden), and Aris (Jacob Lofland) meet Brenda after escaping from the Scorch. Brenda has spent her life living outside the Scorch in a derelict building surrounded by nothing but sand and zombie-like Cranks. So, it’s safe to say, her upbringing was very different from that of Teresa, who experienced life in the maze.
Being a part of one of the biggest blockbusters of the year might be stressful for some, but luckily the cast of The Maze Runner: The Scorch Trials is basically one big family. Dylan O’Brien, Kaya Scodelario, Thomas Brodie-Sangster, Ki Hong Lee, and Dexter Darden all stopped by BuzzFeed LA to give us the lowdown on who’s the cast’s relationship expert, the selfie queen, and who actually is the best runner.
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?
Kaya: Me, I nap! I can curl in a ball and sleep.
Dylan O’Brien: It’s amazing.
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