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Published On: Mon, Jul 20th, 2015

‘Maze Runner’ Fans Rejoice as ‘The Scorch Trials’ Will Be Here Soon

Is it just me, or does it seem like every year a new young adult trilogy is converted into another summer blockbuster? It not only seems that way, it’s the truth.

Hot on the heels of The Hunger Games and Divergent comes this year’s entry into the fray– The Scorch Trials, which is the second installment in The Maze Runner series. If you’re a fan of the first film in this series or the books or other dystopian teen classics like the ones mentioned earlier, you’re going to be as happy as a flea at the Westminster Dog Show when you go to see this one.

The Scorch Trails has everything necessary to please the teenaged masses. By that, I mean good looking, buff, fresh faced actors, hot, fit, innocent-looking young actresses, mean old villains, a post-apocalyptic society, a government that’s willing to sacrifice their young for their own betterment and plenty of blazing guns, chases and CGI lunacy.

Yummy! What’s not to like?

In this episode of the popular series, Thomas (played by Dylan O’Brien) and his Glader comrades face their most incredible, overwhelming, can’t be possible challenge to date. They have to discover who or what the organization WCKD (get it?) is, and what’s up with the group.

Maze Runner The Scorch TrialsTheir search leads them to the Scorch, which is not a Memorial Day barbecue. It’s a desolate landscape, which shouldn’t come as a big surprise. I mean, it’s not called the Oasis, is it?

Naturally, the Scorch is jam-packed with unimaginable obstacles that they don’t have to imagine, and they are able to overcome. I mean, let’s face it–there’s still a third book in the series, and you know how Hollywood loves to turn the third book into two films, just to stretch out the suspense and fatten the wallet.

The good news is that the world premiere and after party is coming on September 15, and it’ll be as big as, as big as. . . the last dystopian teenaged angst film was. And that means it’ll be very hard to get tickets unless you have a friend like VIP Concierge.

Yes, we’ve been handling the ticket needs of the dystopic for most of our natural lives, and we’re all ready to set you on the path to the Scorch, minus the unimaginable obstacles. Not only that, but we’re also your go-to source for passes to the after party. These passes are as rare as elephants in the Everglades, so if you want to hit the premiere and mingle with those responsible for the entertaining extravaganza, this is your big chance.

Oh, yeah, I forgot to mention that the Gladers are fortunate enough to meet some like-minded resistance fighters and gang up on the chronically overwhelming forces of WCKD, especially the guy who came up with their name. When they do, they realize the dastardly fate that WCKD has in mind for them.

Of course, the premiere is in Hollywood. Where else would it be–Des Moines?

And where can you get your tickets to this ring dang do? Right here.

We’re waiting for you to call and place your order. Hurry, before we sell out. Then you’ll really feel like you’ve been scorched.

Written by: Dana Smith

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