Here's an excerpt from a news article titled "Thomas Brodie-Sangster: Maze Runner sequel is extreme" about the new movie called "Maze Runner: The Scorch Trials":
When Thomas, the actor, said "we weren't the only maze", it seems that he meant something like "we weren't the only ones who had been in a maze". Is this sentence understood this way in a normal setting outside of this movie?The Scorch Trials sees some new actors join the line up, and Thomas teased fans about what they can expect from the latest additions.
"We got a few interesting characters come along, there's a guy called Aris, he's this younger kid that we meet once we come out of the maze," he explained. "We realise that we weren't the only maze, he was in a maze as well, a separate one and he helps us understand a little bit more about what's going on."