Watch: Second Trailer for Wes Ball's 'Maze Runner: The Scorch Trials'

July 23, 2015
Source: YouTube

Maze Runner: The Scorch Trials Trailer

Whose side are you on? The new Scorch Trials trailer is here. 20th Century Fox has debuted the second full-length trailer for Wes Ball's Maze Runner: The Scorch Trials, introducing a darker world outside of the Maze in The Maze Runner movie. Dylan O'Brien stars as Thomas, who begins to lead a revolution with a small group of kids in tow. This trailer, following the first one from a few months ago, really shows a lot more of the story and possibly some big spoiler moments. Fox seems to be giving it all they got with this to go up against Hunger Games - tons of explosions, post-apocalyptic landscapes, zombie creature things, kids disrespecting adults - what more could you want? "The world outside is hanging on by a very thin thread…"

Here's the second trailer for Wes Ball's Maze Runner: The Scorch Trials, direct from Fox's YouTube:

Maze Runner: The Scorch Trials

You can also still watch the first official trailer for The Scorch Trials here. Follow @MazeRunnerMovie.

Maze Runner: Scorch Trials is directed by Wes Ball and written by T.S. Nowlin, both returning from The Maze Runner. Based on James Dashner's best-selling book series, the sequel finds Thomas (Dylan O'Brien) and the other Gladers (Kaya Scodelario, Thomas Brodie-Sangster and more) as they have escaped the maze, find new groups of survivors in the outside world including Giancarlo Esposito, Rosa Salazar, Barry Pepper and Aidan Gillen, and encounter new threats beyond the maze. Patricia Clarkson and Lily Taylor also star in the film which 20th Century Fox will release early this fall in 3D, 2D + IMAX on September 18th. Cool?

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It's called a "bait and switch." // I actually didn't mind the first one. I know the books are a bit bland, but these adaptions play just fair enough to justify a matinee price tag.

DAVIDPD on Jul 23, 2015


I quite liked the first one, but I went in with no expectations at all. its nice not knowing whats going to happen, those are my favourite guilty pleasure, watch once or twice, movies.

Jon Odishaw on Jul 27, 2015


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Renejmarcil on Jul 24, 2015


Narratives like these are better watched as movies than read as books. There are really good books that deserve to be read. This story, it's too commercial, so I just watch it for fun. Isn't that for the best? Mindless fun?

shiboleth on Jul 24, 2015

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