The fleeting villain from Star Wars: The Phantom Menace turned into a fan favourite in view of his appearance and lightsaber moves. After his arrival in season four of The Clone Wars, he moved into different mediums like the four-part Son of Dathomir comic series. George Lucas affirmed Maul’s arrival in The Clone Wars and a wiped out LucasArts computer game.
Even towards the ending of Son of Dathomir, Darth Maul keeps on deceiving death. This comic arrangement is critical in light of the fact that it is the primary Star Wars story in a brand new canon after the majority of the Expanded Universe was pronounced Legends. This implies Maul is perfectly healthy in current Star Wars continuity. Could this mean that we will see him in future films or in a standalone film? He appears to be too huge a character to not be used once more.
Here are a few truths you might not have known about the Sithapprentice;
1. Wearing Of Earring Unplanned
Ray Park, the actor, put on a little, silver stud before taking a seat to do the Darth Maul cosmetics, and realised it later. In any case, George Lucas said he enjoyed it, so the earring was right there. Park says he sees the earring as a part of himself, not of the character – and in an extended universe where each knick-knack and outfit piece has a story, there has never been a clarification on this specific detail in Darth Maul’s history.
Park additionally took part in adding to Maul’s battling style. He further solicited that the hilt from Maul’s twofold lightsaber be protracted so that he could use it more effectively.
2. Designed by Iain McCaig
Ian McCaig is the designer whose workmanship would motivate the witches of Dathomir in The Clone Wars. Initial concept art for the character demonstrated an abhorrent looking lady with hair falling in strands over her face. McCaig tried different things with ink-smudge “Rorschach” outlines. In addition, the face had tattoos which followed the muscle structure underneath. An association between the Dathomiri witches and the Sith would be set up later on in The Clone Wars, and now proceeds into the new group. However, the association was there in the art. Iain McCaig likewise planned a significant number of Padme’s outfits in Episode I.