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‘Star Wars’ Actor Ray Park Shares BTS Photo Of Training For ‘Solo’

Darth Maul actor responds to 'fat-shaming' trolls

Not for very long and in a hologram while speaking to Emilia Clarke, but still there nonetheless. And while Ray Park, like any actor or person in the industry, has a few amount of trolls or less than nice fans in the comments section of his posts on social media, he still had to call attention not merely to that, but his workout regiment. Please remember I was 22 on Ep1 training 15hrs a day. For Solo I was getting a good hours in of training with a serious hip injury, I had been suffering from for a few years which prevented me from doing a lot of what I love with my workouts. All to point out that Park is an actor who achieved the physique he has all on his own and, despite a few jabs and pokes from folks online, he takes his role in the Star Wars universe very seriously. Here, have a look at the image in the Instagram post below. I worked my butt off to play Maul in Solo even though I knew I had no action to do.

Darth Maul actor Ray Park responds to 'fat-shaming' trolls

By Ted Thornhill for MailOnline. The British star, who has also appeared in X-Men and GI Joe, was reportedly questioned by police in the early hours of Sunday morning over an alleged assault following his appearance at Super Megafest Comic-con in Marlborough, Massachusetts. He was questioned by police in his hotel room following a call, according to reports. Scroll down for video. Ray Park was reportedly questioned by police in the early hours of Sunday morning over an alleged assault following his appearance at Super Megafest Comic-con in Marlborough, Massachusetts.
Yes, that's right: Not only has Maul returned to Star Wars: The Clone Wars in order to kick off the series' final arc, the Siege of Mandalore, but he's also brought a friend along with him. In order to make The Clone Wars ' impending finale as epic as possible, the folks at Lucasfilm enlisted none other than Ray Park, the actor and stunt phenom who played the former Darth in The Phantom Menace and Solo , to bring the animated Maul to life. Actor Sam Witwer will still provide Maul's voice, but Park's physicality is a big part of why Maul became a fan-favorite in the first place, and Lucasfilm is excited to have him back. However, before now, Park hasn't been involved, forcing Kellogg and his team to improvise: "We really study the movies and what came before us, but we've had to create a lot of Maul, because he's in, I think, eight minutes of the movie. With Park back in his Sith robes — digitally, at least — that's no longer a concern.