The Phantom Menace baddie returns in this climactic scene from the Han Solo prequel. Solo hits Digital HD and 4K Ultra HD and on Movies Anywhere on Sept. 14, and on Blu-ray 4K Ultra HD, Blu-ray, DVD and On-Demand on Sept. 25.
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This film is not bad at all but as I Maul Fan I have to say I don't like this idea because it makes no sense to people who don't watched the series and it's a waste of potential. Using Jabba, recanonizing Prince Xizor or let the theory of darth JarJar becoming true would be the better choice here.
Xizor is my favorite.
Because Solo is set roughly 20 years after the phantom menace (exact time is unknown) so Maul is obviously going to look older
Plus, he has suffered a lot of stress with his quest to get revenge on Obi Wan and literally going insane, stress can really make your apperance look ill and weathered
When I was a kid, I knew another kid who loved Star Wars (especially the villains), but he often slurred his words (looking back he probably had a speech impediment of sorts). He used to pronounce Darth Maul as "Durr Small", and since I didn't get into Star Wars until maybe a year after I met this kid, I kept thinking that this spiky-headed red dude was named Durr Small.
Look, Disney, i'm so sorry your film flopped, but please, let us, at least, get the Maul movie. It's not our fault it flopped, you just spent too much money on it and sent it out to compete with Infinity War and Fallen Kingdom.
Please, just give us the Maul movie.
Can sith and jedi's read minds? Considering they can do a whole variety of other stuff too. If so, I feel like Maul is reading into her mind and can tell that she's lying. He turns on the light-saber perhaps as a way of hinting at Maul killing her off for failing to do her job. Which would explain why she doesn't appear in any of the original Star War films.
just watched this movie 2 days ago, brought back the star wars feeling in a way i couldnt imagine possible. I really didnt expect anything after 7/8, but wow, awesome. especially han solo fit perfect. I sometimes even mistook him for Harrison Ford :D
a kenobi movie with alot of maul may not be possible BUT with this we can have a MAUL movie about his position/leadership in this underground organization since we all know (most of us atleast) that maul dies in rebels and doesn't meet obi-wan until that point on tattooine. So we can continue where this left off and go to dathomir or we jump back in time to follow how maul got this crime syndicate going. The possibilities!!
Maul is one of my favorite starwars villains , and i feel many underestimate him.
he easily defeated and overwhelmed Qui-gon Jinn which was trained by count dooku…
he didnt even need to use his full potential to kill Qui-gon he simply played with the jedi master.
and responsible for training obi wan kenobi and the discovery of anakin skywalker.
this achievement alone made me believe that Maul was very powerfull even being able to survive being cut
in half...falling down a big hole … this could be a bold statement but i bet he could be able to defeat darth vader..
and make the emperor cry like a baby because of maul's brutality.. also looking at this scene i noticed how he
quickly managed to pull his lightsaber with the force...never knew Maul to be a strong force user.
So i need a little help, with maul being seen in the young solo timeline . Dose that mean mauls brother is still alive and use the force as well or his brother die already by the hands of the emperor? Only confused about that, also im gonna guess that the returing sith villain in the next SW movie will be maul which will be weird because didnt maul and brother got kill by the emperor before the empire fell ? Timelines got me all must up .
I remember sitting in the theature watching the film and hearing
And right away I knew that was Sam Whitworth and then immediately thought "that sounds like his maul" then i thought "no, no way" i eventually found myself on the edge of mysest literally just trying to piece together all that was happening then when it pans to his hooded face i saw those eyes, those yellow sith eyes and said to myself "Maul!!!!" One of the best moments in the theater ive ever had i felt my fandom and the fandom of all star wars fans there i truly felt one with the force.......
For those of you wondering, "Didn't Obi-Wan slice Darth Maul in half?"
The answer is, yes. Yes, he did. And only the Force, and his hatred kept Maul alive. But as anybody whose seen The Clone Wars and Rebels series will know, he went a bit bonkers as a result.... Although for a Sith Lord, this isn't unusual.
Favourite scene in the entire movie. Also plot twist theory; if maul had survived his encounter on tatooine could he have trained kira as an assassin or even as an apprentice if learnt that she had connections to the force?
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