It's a change made vital by star Dylan O'Brien's nasty facial injury, incurred during a stunt mishap on set in Vancouver back in March. In order to give him time to properly recover, production was initially shut down for a short time, with director Wes Ball and the producers hoping to kick things back into gear in early June. But O'Brien understandably needed more recovery and it was announced that the film was on hold indefinitely.
There is no date in the books for the shoot to start up again, but that shifted release date means that the cast and crew will be back at work in the future, even if they all end up working on other things before completing the latest adaptation of author James Dashner's book series. The Death Cure will find O'Brien's Thomas and his comrades racing against time to find a cure for the deadly disease known as the Flare.
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