Dylan O'Brien's Returns To 'Teen Wolf' & 'American Assassin' Set

By Anna Gean | Nov 30, 2016 08:45 AM EST
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After the painful accident happened to Dylan O'Brien in March while filming the third sequel to the movie, "Maze Runner: The Death Cure,"  the actor is finally back to his role as Stiles in "Teen Wolf". According to his co-star, Giancarlo Esposito, he stated that the 25-year-old actor is "healing nicely."

The accident happened had almost killed Dylan after the motorcycle he was riding has gone to a slide and went off in finishing up a stunt and was knocked off after he hit his head on the pavement and reportedly suffered broken bones in his face and lacerations. But according to Inquisitr, Dylan was seen recently being fit again as he was back filming the series, Teen Wolf.

CinimaBlend reported that Giancarlo stated "He got his bell rung and I would imagine many who have witnessed and thought that was it... but he is a survivor," the star added, "The one good thing about Dylan is that I think is going to help him get back on schedule again with us very soon as he has a great attitude."

Following the statement of Esposito, is the comment of Entertainment Tonight assuring the fans of O'Brien's immediate recovery and was looking good after the setback in March. The Entertainment Tonight stated that the actor looked cheerful as he was talking to a crew member on the set on Wednesday in "American Assassin."

It is not really an easy experience partially meeting death and it might be the reason why he didn't give any comment regarding the accident. Fans of Dylan O'Brien can avail the movies and books by clicking the links: "Maze Runner Series," "The Maze Runner," and "Maze Runner: The Scorch Trial."

The third installment of the movie; "Maze Runner: The Death Cure" will hit the theaters on February 17, 2017. 

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