Ray Park Teases His Return As Darth Maul In A Future Star Wars Project

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It seems as though Ray Park has just teased his return as Darth Maul in a future Star Wars projects, which I know fans will love. He revealed this via a recent post on Instagram.

Here’s what Ray Park wrote on Instagram: “Meet me on Dathomir! SITH LIFE! TOA”. So, what does this mean? Well, it seems as though this means that Ray Park is back as Darth Maul.

The photo he shared on Instagram was of Darth Maul’s iconic little horns on his head, so it seems as though Park is doing makeup for Darth Maul. However, which series or movie will he be turning up in then?

The most obvious choice is the Kenobi show, which is coming to Disney Plus probably next year. However, it could also be for the Cassian Andor Star Wars series which is currently filming as we speak.

Ray Park could be returning as Darth Maul in the Star Wars universe

Read more: A Darth Maul TV Show Is In The Works At Lucasfilm For Disney Plus

This news is pretty interesting to me, and maybe you as well, because a few months back it seemed as thought Park’s time playing the role was over after he shared a series of untasteful posts on social media.

However, he could also be trying to start a campaign to try and get Lucasfilm to rehire him as Darth Maul. I mean, he is the literally embodiment of the character, and it might be difficult to replace him. It’ll be interesting to see what happens regarding Ray Park and Darth Maul in the future.

What do you make of this news? Are you looking forward to potentially seeing Ray Park return as Darth Maul in a future Star Wars project. Let us know your thoughts in the comments below.

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