Australian Xena Warrior Princess
Created 19 December 1996 by MaryD
Articles from 2004
LesbiaNation - 31 March 2004 We recently
caught up with former "Xena" star Lucy Lawless making the pilot
season rounds in Los Angeles, what she calls "the roller coaster of
hell." The public hasn't seen much of Lawless since her brief guest
role on "The X-Files," her animated appearance on "The Simpsons"
(and that tiny walk-on in Spiderman), but now she's back and ready
for action. With two new film appearances under her belt, possible
"negotiations" in the works for a TV show, and the new Xena Season
Three DVD set on the shelves - she's one busy lady, and loving every
crazy minute of it.
Read the entire interview
LesbiaNation - 31 March 2004 - Stormin' Lucy Lawless - Interview
We recently caught up with former "Xena" star Lucy Lawless making
the pilot season rounds in Los Angeles, what she calls "the roller
coaster of hell."
The Toronto Star 28 March 2004 has a
small mention of Lucy in relation to an upcoming stage show based on
Wagner's Ring Cycle.No one would call Lucy Lawless a Wagnerian
soprano, but Xena: Warrior Princess had her own Ring Cycle in Season
6. The three, one-hour episodes were called The Rheingold, The Ring
and The Return Of The Valkyrie. Click here to read entire article on
Toronto Star Site
Malay Mail Online (New Strait Times) - 27
interviews Lucy about Xena and her other project including the
prospect of a Xena movie.
Business World Online - 26-27 March 2004
Lucy Lawless: Warrior woman -
Talks about Xena and the effect it had on other female action heroes
on TV and how it empowered women.
Ask Men - March 2004 - Lucy Lawless - We Love This Warrior Princess
Interview with Lucy - Lucy talks about Tarzan and Eurotrip
Detroit Free Press - 18 March 2004 - Planet to have been named
Xena but wasn't..
The Boston Herald -
March 2004 - With a wink and a nudge, homosexual subtext has
been understated in entertainment
Celebrity Skin Magazine - March 2004 - this issue has a picture
of Lucy from the Red Wings game which I've decided not to post for
obvious reasons so please don't ask me why it's not there BUT there
is a couple of greats photos of Lucy - one from the
Saturn Awards - June 12, 2001 in a low cut red dress and the
other as Xena.
NZ TV Guide - March 2004 - Lucy attending Eurotrip Premiere
TV Highlights - March 2004 German science fiction and fantasy
magazine " - March 2004 " feature their march coverstory with Xena.
For the start of the sixth season premiere in Germany, they present
the Xena chronicle with 15 pages, a preview of season six, three DVD
cover and two posters with Xena/Gabrielle and a Callisto one.
HipOnline March 2004 - Lucy talks about Eurotrip, the
Season 3 DVD Movies, the Xena Movie & Boogeyman
Serial Magazine - 23-29 February 2004 (Russian magazine). In
Russian but the article is mainly images and they speak for
Gamezone Interview - 20 February 2004 - Lucy talks about the
Season 3 DVD release, Eurotrip and Boogeyman
Toronto 24 Hours Magazine - 19 February 2004 - brief mention of
Lucy attending the Eurotrip Premiere and close up scan
Interview with Lucy from
teen.org about the Season 3 DVD release and working on Xena - 20
New interview with Lucy about the Season 3 DVD from
The Man Room -
19 February 2004.
Zap2It - 18 February 2004
....Stick around for the outtakes, especially for an excised scene
with Lucy Lawless ("Xena: Warrior Princess"). You can almost hear
the editors scrambling to put together a special "unrated" version
Interview with Lucy about the Season
3 DVD from
The Man Room - 19 February 2004. Great quote from Lucy about
Renee in Fins Femmes & Gems "Renee can play five hundred shades of
minx, she’s just a scream..."
Fangoria Magazine- February 2004 - Lucy Lawless talks about
The Hollywood Reporter -24 February 2004 (Second article) on the
merits of shooting films in New Zealand with new tax incentives and
quotes from Rob about Boogeyman and why New Zealand
The Hollywood Reporter - 24 February 2004 - 'Boogeyman': case
study.(between the lines) - article about filming Boogeyman in
New Zealand, Lucy, quotes by Rob about the movie and whether it's
feasible to shoot another series in NZ.
The Washington Times - 12 February
Anchor Bay Entertainment likewise goes all-out with its new
nine-disc Xena, Warrior Princess: Season Three marathon, starring
Lucy Lawless in the title role. The set contains all 22 episodes and
more extras than you can wave a broadsword at, from rare footage to
interviews, multiple audio commentaries, blooper reel and CD-ROM
Dallas Morning News - 10 February 2004 -
Swording things out: `Xena' gets a DVD befitting a Warrior Princess.
Service - 10 February 2004
The week's big TV box is
"Xena Warrior Princess _ Season Three" (three stars, Anchor Bay,
$69.98), a 9-disc affair collecting the entire season of this campy
action-fantasy series starring Lucy Lawless, and produced by former
suburban Detroiters Rob Tapert and Sam Raimi, scored by present
suburban Detroiter Joe LoDuca, and featuring that other Raimi
brother Ted in a very special dual role in the fan-favorite episode
"The King of Assassins."
OnFilm Magazine - 1 February 2004 International Film & TV summit in
April in New Zealand. Lucy is a summit patron
Famous (Canadian Magazine) - February 2004 Issue - Spotlight on
Lucy Lawless. Large scan of Lucy from the LOTR premiere and Eurotrip
Who Magazine (Australia) - 16 February 2004 Lucy at La Boheme
Self Magazine -
February 2004 Issue 17 Ways to Feel Great Naked
Dutch NZ Guide Book - February 2004 - Filming in New Zealand and
mention of Xena
On Film Magazine - 1 February 2004 International Film & TV summit in
April in New Zealand. Lucy is a summit patron