Cast member Dylan O'Brien poses at a press line for "The Maze Runner" during the 2014 Comic-Con International Convention in San Diego, California in this file photo taken July 25, 2014. REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni/Files
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When MTV's "Teen Wolf" heartthrob Dylan O'Brien first auditioned for young adult dystopian film "The Maze Runner," director Wes Ball thought he was too "cool" to play the movie's innocent, vulnerable lead."Maze Runner," out in U.S. theaters on Friday, is based on the first novel in James Dashner's young adult series.Inspired by William Golding's 1954 novel "Lord of the Flies," Dashner hopes his story appeals to both young adults and adults with its contemporary sci-fi themes.Made for $30 million and filmed in under two months, "Maze Runner" is Fox's attempt to grab a slice of the young adult film audience who are being reeled in by franchises.
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