So as the movie has just gotten off the screens and that you have seen it many times, The Maze Runner (film) has been said to be the next Hunger Games. Which I think is wrong, to say that, because the movie is good on its own without having to be compared to others. Like Divergent, that has been compared and the stars have been saying that "we should not be comparing movies, they wish that it might reach something like Twilight or Harry Potter".
Which explains a lot when you have to have those questions thrown at you, I feel for the stars that have to answer those. Like if you were the stars, what would be your answer to "do you compare it to Twilight, The Hunger Games or Harry Potter" I bet you you'd say no, because it is as good on its own. Due to every single franchise is a lot different from the next. Like we can say that Twilight is much more different then what we know of Divergent, The Maze Runner, The Hunger Games, Harry Potter and etc.
For a while now, actors have been getting a lot more tired in answering the same questions day in and day out, I know that Dylan O'Brien feels like the same when it comes to questions. James Dashner is an excellent author like Stephenie Meyer, Veronica Roth, EL James, Suzanne Collins, JK Rowling and Anne Rice. It is frustrating on how authors, actors, directors, producers, or thing that has to do with films or novels out there get treat badly.
So yeah I am just letting you know, my deep thoughts about how authors, actors, movie production get treat and the franchises also get treat.
Do you agree?
Do you think this had to be addressed?