The “Maze Runer” trilogy of movies may not be your bag, but it’s certainly mine. And for the past four years, I’ve had a blast experiencing this tale of a horrible post-apocalyptic conservative dystopia taken down by children. In the present age, these stories somehow seem to gain more and more relevance, and that certainly was the case with “The Death Cure,” the third and final installment released in January.
TheWrap has exclusively obtained a clip from the special features on the home video release of “Maze Runner: The Death Cure” in which cast members Patricia Clarkson, Kaya Scodelario and Rosa Salazar honor director Wes Ball’s dedication to bringing these stories to life on the big screen, and Ball himself reflects on the experience.
The “Maze Runner” films are Ball’s first three gigs directing feature films, and he calls himself “lucky” for having been blessed with having the chance to work with this team on these particular projects.
You can watch the exclusive clip at the top of this post.
“Maze Runner: The Death Cure” is out now on digital home video from every major digital retailer, and lands on DVD, Blu-ray and 4K Blu-ray on Tuesday, April 24.
In addition to the featurette from which this clip was pulled, the disc includes audio commentary with Ball, writer T.S. Nowlin and producer Joe Hartwick Jr., as well as deleted scenes and a gag reel.
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