Get better soon Dylan. We all love you so much.

THE HOLLYWOOD REPORTER – Fox’s The Maze Runner: The Death Cure has shut down production for the foreseeable future because its star’s injuries from an accident on set are more severe than initially expected.

Dylan O’Brien was injured while shooting the YA action-adventure sequel on March 18. Sources say he was in a harness on top of a moving vehicle when he was pulled off the vehicle unexpectedly and hit by another vehicle. A report from WorkSafeBC described his injuries as including a “concussion, facial fracture and lacerations.”

Production on the film was shut down in March in order for the actor to recover, with Fox believing it would take only a few weeks and scheduling a May 9 resumption. However, sources now say that cast and crew have been sent home, and a new start date will depend on O’Brien’s recovery and the ability to reassemble the large cast and crew. Insiders say O’Brien’s injuries are more severe than first believed.

“His injuries are very serious, and he needs more time to recover,” said O’Brien’s publicist, Jennifer Allen.

“The resumption of principal photography on Maze Runner: The Death Cure has been further delayed to allow Dylan O’Brien more time to fully recover from his injuries. We wish Dylan a speedy recovery and look forward to restarting production as soon as possible,” said a statement from Fox.

The Fox project was slated for release on Feb, 17, 2017, but because of the lengthy delay, the film likely won’t be able to make that date.

Wes Ball is directing the third film in the trilogy, in which O’Brien’s character, Thomas, embarks on a mission to find a cure to a deadly disease known as the “Flare.”

Ball released a statement soon after O’Brien was first injured in March, stating, “Well, it’s been a whirlwind of emotions these past few days. I’ve been overwhelmed with feelings of anger and sadness and guilt. But, ultimately I find myself left with just a deep love and respect for Dylan. He is one tough cookie.”

THR.COM – The project was once to have been a vehicle for Emma Stone.

Little White Corvette is the little engine that could.

The action comedy that was once set up at two different studios and was to have been a starring vehicle for Emma Stone has now been picked up by Twentieth Century Fox.

Dylan O’Brien, the star of Fox’s Maze Runner franchise, is attached to star in Corvette while Iain Morris, who co-created the British comedy The Inbetweeners, is in talks to direct.

The script by Michael Diliberti centers on a dysfunctional pair of siblings, a nerdy brother and a wild older sister, who find a stash of cocaine in their late father’s 1977 Corvette Stingray. They hope to make their problems disappear by scoring a million dollar deal in Miami but their road trip goes south when they are pursued by not only the police but a mysterious man in a Dodge Demon.

O’Brien would play the brother. The sister has not been cast.

Graham King of GK Films is producing. Emma Watts and Jason Young are overseeing for the studio.

Corvette first hit the pavement at MRC and then in 2012 GK Films acquired the script in a seven-figure deal with Stone attached. It was last being parked at Columbia.

O’Brien, repped by WME and Gotham/Principal, is also the star of MTV’s Teen Wolf and will be seen with Mark Wahlberg in Lionsgate’s Deepwater Horizon.

Morris is repped by UTA.

The Scorch Trials and Teen Wolf are nominated for the 2016 People’s Choice Awards. You can head over to vote.peopleschoice.com to vote for the two!

Favorite Action Movie
Avengers: Age of Ultron
The Divergent Series: Insurgent
Furious 7
Jurassic World
Maze Runner: The Scorch Trials

Favorite Cable TV Sci-Fi/Fantasy Show
American Horror Story
Game of Thrones
Outlander
Teen Wolf
The Walking Dead

The first wave of nominees for The Teen Choice Awards have been announced and The Maze Runner and Dylan have been nominated. Voting for the awards will begin tomorrow, Wednesday at 12PM PST! Teen Choice 2015 will air Sunday, August 16 at 8/7c LIVE on FOX.

Movies Choice Movie: Action/Adventure
Furious 7
Insurgent
Kingsman: The Secret Service
San Andreas
The Maze Runner
Tracers

Choice Movie Actor: Action/Adventure
Ansel Elgort – Insurgent
Dylan O’Brien- The Maze Runner
Paul Walker – Furious 7
Taylor Lautner- Tracers
Theo James – Insurgent
Vin Diesel – Furious 7

Dylan will be on LIVE with Kelly and Michael this Monday, September 15th to talk about his new film “The Maze Runner!”

Got any scoop on Stiles and Lydia from Teen Wolf? —Amy
Executive producer Jeff Davis gives some information about the next episode that could definitely affect the couple. Let’s just say that the episode is titled “Weaponized,” and it brings in a brand new assassin called The Chemist. According to Davis, the episode “will also include a crucial moment between Stiles and Malia that may threaten to destroy their relationship.”

-Source: EW.com

The second wave of nominees have been announced for the Teen Choice Awards! Dylan is nominated for Choice TV Villain! Make sure you head over to TeenChoiceAwards.com to vote everyday!

Choice TV Villain
Robbie Kay, “Once Upon A Time”
Jane Lynch, GLEE
Dylan O’Brien, “Teen Wolf”
Janel Parrish, “Pretty Little Liars”
Paul Wesley, “The Vampire Diaries”

Network Takes a Bite Out of the Convention Center Floor with First Ever “Teen Wolf” Themed Booth

New York, NY (June 26, 2014)—MTV announced today that its hit drama series “Teen Wolf” will return to San Diego Comic-Con for the fifth year in a row with a panel featuring series’ stars on Thursday, July 24. “Teen Wolf” will also have a show-themed booth on the convention center floor for the first time ever.

Tyler Posey, Dylan O’Brien, Tyler Hoechlin, Holland Roden, plus new cast members Shelley Hennig and Dylan Sprayberry, along with Executive Producer Jeff Davis, will once again take Comic-Con by storm, giving fans a can’t-miss panel in which they will share season four secrets, debut a new mid-season trailer and answer fan questions. The panel will be moderated by Buzzfeed Senior Editor, Jarett Wieselman.

The “Teen Wolf” booth (#3729) will be open to fans all weekend long and will be highlighted by signings and special appearances by cast and crew. The booth will also feature four full days of activations where fans can insert themselves into a custom character poster and create their own “Teen Wolf”-inspired monster. Additionally, MTV commissioned artist Swann Smith to illustrate a limited edition bestiary that serves as a full guide to the creatures of Beacon Hills. The bestiary will be distributed for free throughout the weekend and Swann will be on hand signing copies at the booth.

-Source: SDCC

Also confirmed for SDCC is 20th Century Fox film The Maze Runner, the upcoming film based on the James Dashner young adult series. The film was originally slated for last month (and it even appeared at Nerd HQ during last summer’s SDCC), but was pushed back to September19, 2014.

Lead actor Dylan O’Brien, best known for appearing in Teen Wolf, told Hypable last fall that the move will allow them to appear at San Diego Comic-Con in a much bigger way for 2014:

“We get to do Comic-Con San Diego next year, which we wouldn’t have gotten to do otherwise, so that’ll be good too.”

We’ve also been hearing that it’s very possible we’ll be seeing the film and O’Brien at WonderCon next month.

-Source: sdccblog.com

“Teen Wolf” Season 3 has thrust Scott McCall (Tyler Posey) into leadership in a life-or-death situation. Trouble from the nogitsune and the Oni mean that even Scott’s normal support, Stiles (Dylan O’Brien), may be lost.

Posey talks about the challenges and triumphs — plus a new romance with Kira — for Scott in the second half of the current season.

Is Stiles really evil at this point?
He’s 100 percent evil.

Can Scott believe this of his best friend?
He’s evil now but he still might be Stiles on the inside — Scott’s his best friend, he wouldn’t do anything to Scott and he does. And now it’s like there is no sign of Stiles anymore.

Deep down inside, I think Scott always hopes that Stiles is still in there, but he’s kind of second guessing that now. Really just trying to figure out what the h*** to do because he has no idea what to do, you know, how to get him out of there. He’s really lost because Stiles is his rock.

Now Scott’s growing up a lot and he really has great instincts on things and doesn’t really need the second hand from Stiles, but he’s his best friend overall so it’s definitely a huge impact on him so it’s going to be awkward.

Is Scott going to be able to face the idea that he might have to kill Stiles?
He doesn’t believe it. In the world of ‘Teen Wolf’ and especially in Scott’s world he always sees a second option. Death is never the first option for Scott at least, and he can always, always find and trust in himself that he will always find a second outcome. Because first of all, killing Stiles is not an option for Scott … There’s no way. He will never be able to live with himself.

-Source: Zap2it.com