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It's a great track. Just as good as the sample version teased. :)You'll have to tell me how good it sounds Jason because there's no way I'm listening to the track that will most likely open the movie. :P
I also won a competition to attend a screening in NYC this Wednesday. Lol.OMG JUST GOT INVITED TO SEE THE MOVIE THIS WEDNESDAY! SOOOOOO EXCITED RIGHT NOW! THE WAIT IS ALMOST OVER :D :D :D
Fox’s “The Maze Runner,” based on the book by James Dashner, is on track for a $30 million opening when it bows on Sept. 19.
That’s quite an impressive feat–not just because the U.S. box office is having its worst summer in nearly a decade, but also because both males and females are saying they will buy tickets, which is unusual for a YA book adaptation. Even action-driven projects like “The Hunger Games” started out with women outpacing men in desire to see the film. And while the “Maze Runner” books are nowhere near as popular as “The Hunger Games” or “Twilight,” appealing to both genders could help the studio launch a movie franchise with the story of a boy whose memory is erased and must try to escape from a maze in which he finds himself trapped.