Star Wars: Episode I star Ray Park says he would love to come back for a standalone Darth Maul movie.
Star Wars: Episode I star Ray Park, who played the infamous Darth Maul, shares his experiences with fans at Star Wars Celebration.
A family curse comes to haunt a young man and his new wife in this supernatural thriller from Exxodus Pictures, in theaters April 4th.
The actor and martial arts expert discusses the intense moutainside scene and more for the Blu-ray and DVD release on July 30th.
Dwayne Johnson and Adrianne Palicki allow fans an up-close and personal look at their time spent on this sequel for Paramount and Hasbro.
All of your favorite action figures spring to life in this hard-hitting action sequel starring Dwayne Johnson, Bruce Willis, and Arnold Vosloo.
A full 4-minute exclusive preview of the long-awaited sequel will play in front of Hansel and Gretel: Witch Hunters this weekend.
Ray Park's mysterious mute character has a new, Batman-like suit in director Jon. M Chu's action sequel.
Kenny Baker, Ray Park, and Ewan McGregor are on the set of George Lucas' 1999 prequel, coming to theaters in 3D February 10.
Actress Rachel Nichols reveals that only actors Channing Tatum, Ray Park, and Byung-hun Lee will be reprising their roles from G.I. Joe: Rise of the Cobra.