Dylan O'Brien is no stranger to the post-apocalyptic realities, and it looks like the actor intends to survive the next end of the world. According to The Hollywood Reporter, the star of the Maze Runner franchise will star in a movie called Monster Problems.|
The director's chair of the project is entrusted to South African Michael Matthews, who made his full-length debut with the non-fictional Five Fingers for Marcel. The film, released last year, has attended several film festivals and has earned high praise from critics. The first draft of the script for the new project was written by Brian Duffield ("Jane Takes the Gun"), and the text was edited by Matthew Robinson ("Monster Trucks").
The plot of the tape will revolve around a guy who needs to survive in a post-apocalyptic world inhabited by monsters in order to be with his beloved woman. Other details of the film are kept secret, but it should be a cross between the horror "Welcome to Zombieland" and the teenage dramas of John Hughes.
However, not a single post-apocalyptic, and Dylan O'Brien has a number of other interesting projects in his plans. So, now he is busy filming the thriller "Raising Frederick Fitzell", and the list of future works of the actor includes dramas "Bayou" and "Marceau" and a web series in the genre of fantastic comedy called "Strange City".
The Topic of Article: Post-Apocalyptic Runner.