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The Star Wars Show: Behind the Scenes Look at Maul in ‘Solo’, Interview with Ray Park, Plus a New Deleted Scene from the Movie

This week The Star Wars Show is packed with a lot of interesting stuff from the galaxy far, far away. Host Andi Gutierrez sits down with actor Ray Park (Maul) to talk about his return on the big screen as the Crimson Dawn leader in Solo: A Star Wars Story. During the interview we get a glimpse of several very cool behind the scenes shots of Maul from the movie. Pablo Hidalgo shares a few more fun tidbits from the set of  Solo in this week’s episode of “Be Han the Scenes”.  We also get a new deleted scene from the movie featuring Han and Chewie in a snowball fight and Vice President/Co-Producer of Lucasfilm Rob Bredow shares new pro tips ahead of Star Wars Fan Awards 2018, and more.

 

 

 

It’s really funny (and sentimentally fitting) that Ewan McGregor and Ray Park were sitting together during the screening of Solo. We assume they got along much better this time. We really hope this is a good omen that we will see Ewan back on the big screen soon as well.

 

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