The Fault in Our Stars release date has been released by Fox and they’ve pushed The Maze Runner opening date several months.
UPDATE: Fox has now confirmed both new release dates to Hypable.
Today a report indicates that the film adaptation of The Fault in Our Stars, the popular Young Adult novel by John Green, will be released on June 6, 2014.
In addition The Maze Runner film, based on the series by James Dashner, has been moved from its initial February 14, 2014 date to September 19, 2014.
The news was first reported by Box Office Mojo and then confirmed (in part) by Maze Runner director Wes Ball.
Good news and bad news y'all. Bad news, you have to wait a bit longer. Good news, the movie and marketing can be the best it can be now.
— Wes Ball (@wesball) October 5, 2013
Both movies have been very anticipated by fans of the respective books, so today’s news is good for Fault readers but bad for Maze Runner fans.
Hypable visited the set of Fault and will have a detailed report up next year.
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