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'Maze Runner: The Death Cure' Changed the Book's Ending for a Major Reason they'll see more here: the nature of Teresa's betrayal, for one, changes. surviving relic is a marquee advertising Star Wars: Episode XXXII. The Maze Runner ends with a cliffhanger, and for the sake of the “The Scorch Trials,” is already on track for a theatrical release one year from now, on September 18, What is the Relationship Between Thomas and Teresa? because they were both part of the WCKD program conducting the test. 20 People Who Nailed Being In A Relationship In The Maze Runner, which opens in theaters Sept. The Glade's surrounded on all sides by giant concrete walls, with one ominous sliver leading out to dark parts unknown. The Runners are Gladers who've been assigned to explore the maze that.
Teresa becomes upset because of this. In The Death Cure, Thomas still feels anger towards her, but still wants to be her friend.
Rat Man gives the Gladers and the girls from Group B the option to get their memory back. Teresa immediately decides to get her memories back and tries to convince the others, but Thomas, Minho, and Newt refuse to trust her.
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It is revealed that she and the others broke out and forced a pilot to take them to Denver after they got their memories back. Thomas asks Teresa why she didn't try to break him, Minho, and Newt out as well when she made her escape, and she says she had heard that they had already escaped. It's unknown how this rumor started.
As they all escape, the Right Arm who doesn't care about lives lost as long as WICKED is taken out starts setting off bombs, triggering the collapse of the building. Then, when they make it back into the main headquarters of WICKED, Grievers activate, killing several people; one grabs Teresa and sucks her into its flesh, but Thomas then saves her.
Teresa pushes Thomas out of the way and gets crushed instead, only her face and arm able to be seen sticking out from beneath the huge stone. Stricken, Thomas tells her, "I'm so sorry," and Teresa tells him, "Me The Gladers are told they're part of an experiment looking for a cure. In a later scene, Paige reveals to fellow WCKD scientists that the first phase of their experiment was a success, as the teens move into phase 2.
When Thomas learns this, he and his friends escape and search out the Right Arm. Along the way, they meet Brenda and Jorge, and eventually meet up with the group. Brenda is infected with the Flare virus, but one of the members of the Right Arm, a former WCKD scientist, uses an enzyme cure that fully heals Brenda.
The scientist reveals to Thomas that the cure can only be harvested from an Immune's body, not manufactured.
The scientist disagreed with Paige about how to harvest the cure and reveals that's why she left WCKD. When The Death Cure begins, we see Theresa struggling to discover a viable cure. Despite harvesting blood and enzymes from Immunes, she and Paige are only able to develop a "cure" that slows down the Flare virus.
She tests his blood and proves her hypothesis, then convinces him to return in order to help her create the cure. They succeed, only to find out that they were test subjects in an experiment conducted by an organization called World In Catastrophe: Gally, one of the Gladers who always knew something was different about Thomas and hated him for it, appears at the laboratory to which the teenagers escape.
He hadn't originally escaped with them, and he is acting as though he is being controlled. He moves to throw a knife at Thomas, but Chuck, the youngest Glader and Thomas' friend, jumps in front of him. After briefly mourning the death of Chuck, all 20 Gladers are rescued by a group of people and brought to a safe haven while being told about catastrophic solar flares that caused an apocalyptic event, followed by a virus called the Flare that killed millions.
The rescuers reveal that orphaned children are being tested to find a cure for the virus. Epilogue The epilogue is written in the voice of Chancellor Ava Paige—a feature of all the novels in the trilogy. She reveals that the group who rescued the Gladers may just be another variable in the experiment, and that the Gladers weren't the only group being evaluated.
Characters[ edit ] Thomas: Thomas is the last boy, but not the last person to enter the Glade. The only thing remembered when he came into the glade was his name. He was called "Greenie" as he is a new arrival. He becomes a Runner with Minho after being the first person to spend a whole night in the Maze and saves Alby when he was about to die.
He has a telepathic connection with Teresa. The first girl and last person to enter the Glade. She has a telepathic connection with Thomas. She also calls Thomas "Tom". She is also known to help Thomas out of the maze and fight the grievers in the griever hole.
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She is thin, has black hair and blue eyes. The eldest and the leader of the Gladers. He has a very close relationship with Newt, his second-in-command. Alby commits suicide by walking into a group of Grievers, thinking that it was better that he die there than outside the Maze. A tall, strong, smart boy with medium-length blond hair who speaks with an odd accent. He used to be a Runner, but is no longer able-footed.