Posted by Dustin on October 27, 2012 at 02:51 PM CST
The ForceCast is on the road! This week, we are once again leaving NO FAN BEHIND with The ForceCast Live from Fan Days 2012. Presented by Official Pix in Irving, Texas, this impressive expo features some of the biggest names from Star Wars and beyond. This year at Fan Days, the Star Wars buzz centered around the 3 Darths in attendance...Sidious, Maul, and Vader. Listen as Darth Maul actor Ray Park joins Jason and Jimmy Mac to chat about his role in The Phantom Menace. The always candid man-behind-the-mask, Darth Vader actor David Prowse provides us with a unfiltered, and at times controversial look back at the Star Wars Original Trilogy. Nightmare on Elm Street's Freddy Kruger Robert Englund remembers his behind-the-scenes experience in the Star Wars universe. Sean Astin from Lord of the Rings gives us the scoop about working with Christopher Lee and his take on politics in Star Wars. And, in a ForceCast exclusive, be there as the 501st Star Garrison reunites master and apprentice with a private ceremony for Ian McDiarmid and David Prowse. All this and more on The Weekly ForceCast live from Fan Days 2012!

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