If all had gone according to plan the final part of the Maze Runner trilogy, The Death Cure, wouldn't just have been released in theaters much earlier, but it would be on DVD by now. The film has been pushed back a year due to the need for O'Brien to recover from his March, 2016 injuries after an on-set vehicle accident.
As per the official synopsis, Maze Runner: The Death Cure follows Thomas as he leads his group of escaped Gladers on their final and most unsafe mission yet. Fox later rescheduled the film to its current 2018 release date to allow O'Brien time to fully recover and complete his other obligations (which included the final season of Teen Wolf and the recently released film, American Assassin).
Salvation is the dominant theme in the action-packed trailer for "Maze Runner: The Death Cure".
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Two previous Maze Runner films had moderate success at the box office.
The film stars Kaya Scodelario, Ki Hong, Thomas Brodie-Sangster, Giancarlo Esposito, Aidan Gillen, Barry Peppe and Will Poulter.
Considering the fact that this "official trailer" is just over a minute long, it's a bit odd that Fox made a decision to label it a trailer and not a teaser or something along those lines. Landing in Australian cinemas on 25 January 2018 from 20th Century Fox, it lines up with the USA release date of 26 January 2018.