‘The Maze Runner: The Death Cure’ Production Resumption Postponed As Dylan O'Brien Continues To Recover
Details of Dylan's scary incident were recently revealed.
The date for resuming production on the set of The Maze Runner: The Death Cure has reportedly been pushed back as Dylan O’Brien continues to recover from his scary injuries.
Details of the serious incident were recently revealed after a WorkSafeBC report leaked on iNFOnews.ca, with the report stating: “An action sequence was being filmed for a motion picture. This young worker was attached to a vehicle by a harness, lanyard and overhead truss system when he climbed onto the back of another vehicle.
“As the vehicles slowed, the trailing vehicle the worker was anchored to slowed more rapidly than the vehicle the worker climbed onto.”
The report described his injuries as including a "concussion, facial fracture and lacerations."
According to The Hollywood Reporter, the production has now been shut down ‘for the foreseeable future’ as Dylan’s injuries are more severe than they first thought.
Sources say Fox won't be going ahead with their original May 9 resumption date, claiming the film’s cast and crew have been ‘set home’, with a new date depending on the actor’s recovery and the ‘ability to reassemble the large cast and crew’.
His publicist, Jennifer Allen, added: "His injuries are very serious, and he needs more time to recover," while Fox said: “We wish Dylan a speedy recovery and look forward to restarting production as soon as possible.”
We are also wishing Dylan a very speedy recovery and sending him loads of love and a big virtual hug.
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