Maximum Ride is a series of young adult science fiction fantasy novels by the American author James Patterson. The series tells about the lives of six fugitive children, Max, Fang, Iggy, Gasman, Nudge, and Angel, known collectively as the Flock. Created in a laboratory called the School, they underwent scientific experiments that rendered them 98% human and 2% avian. The film is scheduled for release in January 2014 although it was originally scheduled for release in 2010.
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... In Maximum Ride, Max is the oldest, at 14 years, with brown/blond hair (Patterson says she has brown and blond throughout the series) and brown eyes ... In Maximum Ride, the human/bird children and the human/wolf hybrids ("Erasers") were both the only successful experiments at first, with many failures (later, other experiments were successfully created) ... In Maximum Ride, it is mentioned that the scientists at the School were operating against the law and didn't want anyone to find out about them ...
... In September 2007, it was announced that a film would be created based on the Maximum Ride series ... In February 2011, the Maximum Ride Facebook page posted that "The Maximum Ride Movie is Coming – In 3D!" and asked its Facebook fans who they would like to play Max in the movie ... from User Based Casting, a fan-driven casting initiative for the upcoming Maximum Ride film adaptation, among others in his USAToday interview, commenting that "there's ...
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