We all loved watching Dylan O’Brien getting chased by merciless Grievers as Thomas in “The Maze Runner” last September, but how did the “Teen Wolf” star figure out exactly which route would help him narrowly avoid death?

Fortunately, thanks to this exclusive deleted scene from the film, which will be included on the upcoming DVD and Blu-Ray release, we now know how Thomas got his insider Runner info. In the clip, Minho (Ki Hong Lee) gives Thomas the dirty details on the Maze itself, and fans of the film’s central romance will also be pleased to know that Teresa (Kaya Scodelario) also makes an appearance.

It’s actually a pretty nice bit of info/character work that may have gotten left out of the movie due to director Wes Ball‘s focus on amping up the action — something we found out during our in depth, spoiler-filled talk with the man from the set of the upcoming sequel “The Scorch Trials” earlier this month.

And frankly, that’s fine with us! After the initial set-up, the film version of James Dashner’s best-selling novel goes right into non-step, insane action and solving the mysteries of the Maze. Still, it’s neat (as a book fan in particular) to see a little more of the characters we know and love.

“The Maze Runner” is available now on Digital HD, and on Blu-ray and DVD on December 16!

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The Maze Runner: Gag Reel

December 12, 2014EmilyNo Comments

Here is the gag reel from The Maze Runner. I will try to get screencaptures added as soon as I can! Make sure you pick up a copy on December 16, 2014!

When watching “The Maze Runner,” the sci-fi dystopian flick based on the hit book by James Dashner, one might be struck by the fact that they have no clue what those slang terms are that Dylan O’Brien and co. are hurling at each other.

From “shank” to “klunk” and back again, many of the words that the trapped-in-a-box Gladers use in their strange little world are foreign to our ears, but not anymore: MTV News sat down with O’Brien, Ki Hong Lee, and Thomas Brodie-Sangster for a little vocab test, and the boys passed with flying colors.

“It’s really slang, like, ‘Hey, man. Hey, shank, what’s going on?’” Lee explains of their first word. “But it could be derogatory as well.”

That clears it up… I think. Luckily, O’Brien was on hand to make things even more clear by using the word in a sentence: “Man, this shank’s always taking my pencil.”

“The Maze Runner” is in theaters this Friday, September 19.