'The Maze Runner 3: The Death Cure' is rumored to start its filming; Lead star Dylan O'Brien was seen in South Africa

By Clyde Morgan / 2017.02.28
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Dylan O'Brien, popularly known as Thomas, the only man left who entered the Glade from the series "The Maze Runner" was reportedly seen in South Africa. This eventually sets a new rumor that the new and upcoming "The Maze Runner 3: The Death Cure" is about to start filming.

Several fans are speculating that Dylan O'Brein has just arrived in South Africa, yet the set for the next sequel of "The Maze Runner" haven't been built. Behind the rumor, O'Brien's presence in Cape Town is still unconfirmed.

However, a fan confirmed that Dylan O'Brien was actually seen in South Africa with his favorite travelling pillow. Some of the fans were able to take photos of the Teen Wolf Season 6 star along with the co-star Thomas Brodie-Sangster.

A photo of Dylan O'Brien while arriving in Cape Town was posted in the social media. The photos were first seen via Twitter while the teen star was holding his favorite travelling pillow. Fortunately, several fans also confirmed that the former Game of Thrones star actor Thomas Brodie-Sangster was in the same flight. Both actors are confirmed to reprise their roles in the upcoming "The Maze Runner 3: The Death Cure" as per the Beautiful Ballad reported.

For more news about O'Brien, fans are suspecting that the teen star is not going to return to the Teen Wolf TV series. Playing the role of Stiles, he was last seen in the season 6 finale, driving into the sunset along with his friend Scott, played by Tyler Posey. During the last scene, it shows that the two are saying goodbye.

Originally, "The Maze Runner 3" was scheduled to release last February 17th, unfortunately, the filming was delayed due to O'Brien's motorcycle accident last March of 2016. With regards to that, fans should no longer worry at all as Patricia Clarkson stated that the lead actor is now ready to film the third installment of the series, as the Movie Pilot said.

Though there is no confirmation yet from the producers and director, "The Maze Runner: The Death Cure" filming is expected to start in no time. After a year of cancelation, the movie was announced to to hit the big screen on January 12th of 2018.

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