The Maze Runner Cast’s British/Jamaican Slang Hilarity

Aml Ameen posted a great little clip in which he teaches several other members of The Maze Runner cast British/Jamacian slang during some downtime on set.

The group is saying “Wagwan”, which means “What’s up?” But one Glader just isn’t cooperating!

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Aml Ameen talks Alby with PMC Magazine

In a new interview for his upcoming film, The Butler, Aml Ameen chatted about The Maze Runner and Alby’s part in The Glader family.

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TM: Next year you’ll be in The Maze Runner, which seems to be Fox’s reply to the success of The Hunger Games. Do you think this has the potential to be a big tentpole franchise in the same vein as The Hunger Games?

AA: The Maze Runner is an edgy powerful adventure story. It’s only comparison to the successful Hunger Games is that it was once a book for a teen audience. But I think you’ll find it stands on its own as a great piece of cinema. The Maze Runner has an incredible cast of actors helmed by the brilliant Wes Ball, and we bring a real truth to this world. Each character has a story that affects the piece and I’m extremely proud of the film. I play Alby who is a father figure and brother to what essentially are a group of lost boys, The Gladers, and he keeps the order. I believe when people come out to see this film, they’ll come again and again, and this film is gonna draw people of all ages to the cinema.

See the full interview here!

So You Think THE MAZE RUNNER Cast Can Dance

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This video has made some rounds already, but it’s still cool and funny to see how well the Maze Runner cast gets along.  They get along so much they even choreograph together!  So, check out Dylan O’Brien, Kaya Scodelario, Will Poulter, Dexter Darden, Aml Ameen, Thomas Brodie-Sangster, and Alex Flores get their groove on.

Pictures from THE MAZE RUNNER Wrap Party

Filming for THE MAZE RUNNER wrapped last Friday and here are some pictures from inside the wrap party, originally on Fangirlish. These pictures include one of the entire cast wearing their matching “Kings will be Kings” shirts.

There are also still tickets available for the Maze Runner Conversation for a Cause panel at NerdHQ!  The seats are $22 each and the limit is 2 per purchase!  You don’t have to have a badge for Comic-Con to go to this event, so click here to get a seat and see Dylan O’Brien, Wes Ball, and Wyck Godfrey along with author James Dashner answer fan questions!

Pictures of THE MAZE RUNNER Cast Pictures on Last Day of Filming

Check out these cool images of The Maze Runner cast from the final day of filming, exclusive on Fangirlish.  From before the first day of filming to the last day of filming, it looks like they had a positively memorable time together.  Those pictured include Dylan O’Brien, producer Wyck Godfrey, Blake Cooper, Aml Ameen, Ki Hong Lee, and director Wes Ball.

Also, for those going to be in San Diego this week, there are still tickets available to the Maze Runner Conversation for a Cause panel at NerdHQ!  The seats are $22 each and the limit is 2 per purchase!  You don’t have to have a badge for Comic-Con to go to this event, so click here to get a seat and see Dylan O’Brien, Wes Ball, and Wyck Godfrey along with author James Dashner answer fan questions!

Aml Ameen Gives Shout Out And Farewell to All the Kings on THE MAZE RUNNER

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Aml Ameen, who plays Alby in The Maze Runner movie couldn’t stop with just a tweet or instagram to voice out his love for his fellow cast members and fans, and we don’t mind at all.  Here’s a little video as well!

Aml Ameen Completes His Final Day of Filming on THE MAZE RUNNER

tmr-from-aml-16Today was Aml Ameen‘s final day of filming on The Maze Runner set.  Aml Ameen plays Alby, the leader of the Gladers.

Aml Ameen has been very positively vocal on Twitter with regards to him and the rest of the cast, which he often hashtags as #kings, and we’re going to be miss that.

But apparently, we might still get to hear more from him in the near future, or at least before the movie comes out: