Maze Runner stars Dylan O'Brien and Thomas Brodie-Sangster reprise their roles for the last time in the final instalment of the series and they say the cast has become like family over the past four years.  

Speaking to RTE Entertainment, O’Brien, who plays reluctant hero Thomas in the films, said: "Now that the movies are over, we'll always keep in touch and we'll always see each other and it's great when everyone gets back together if a couple of us are in the same city. We always see each other.

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"But you never get this kind of time back so that's always something that has to be treasured and remembered because it is such a special and specific thing - shooting together and being on location for three months. You never get that back."

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The Maze Runner: The Death Cure is all about score settling and shock returns from the dead as our band of rebels take on the WCKD corporation in their home turf - a shining citidel known as the Last City. 

Irish actor and Game of Thrones star Aiden Gillen also reprises his role as arch baddie Janson in the movie. "I love Aiden!" says O'Brien, who previously starred in TV series Teen Wolf.

"He's such a great guy and I love being on set with him and working with him. He's such a viciously good actor. He just does things that are so specific to him - so subtle and so creepy. He gets a lot of laughs in this one."

The Maze Runner: The Death Cure is in cinemas on Friday, January 26