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2004

 
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  • Metro Magazine - 22 September 2004 - Lucy attends WIFTI summit in New Zealand - Storytelling that matters: the 2004 WIFTI Summit in New Zealand.(Women in Film and Television International)
  • Starship Log - September 2004 - several pictures of Lucy in the newsletter
  • NonSport Magazine - September 2004 - scans of the new Xena Art Trading Cards
  • Additional information on Xena Art & Images Trading Cards
  • NZ Listener Magazine - 25 September - 1 October 2004 Brief mention of Lucy in the upcoming 'bro Town animated series from NZ Listener - September - October 2004.
  • Chorus Quarterly - Seattle Men's & Women' Chorus Magazine - Fall 2004 Issue. Article discussing the upcoming season and Lucy's involvement in Gentelemen Prefer Blondes in May 2005
  • Out Magazine - September 2004 - Lucy Lawless quote about which straight celeb they would marry if they were gay
  • Hollywood Variety Magazine September 2004 had a brief mention of Boogeyman: Screen Gems' coming attractions include the horror sequel "Resident Evil: Apocalypse"; "Cave," starring Cole Hauser, Chestnut and Piper Perabo; the Sam Raimi-produced "Boogeyman," a follow-up to the slick monster picture "Underworld....
  • The Seattle Times - 16 September 2004 Toronto festival: Wine, women, time and space.
    "Double Dare," from Amanda Micheli, is an entertaining look at stuntwomen in Hollywood, focusing on Jeannie Epper, a now-sixtysomething pioneer who still does stunts, and young Zoe Bell, formerly Lucy Lawless' double on "Xena: Warrior Princess," now trying to find her way in a business that's as dangerous as it is unforgiving.
  • Lucy has done guest voice over work for a new animated series called 'bro Town' to be shown on Kiwi TV. According to NZ Herald 11 September 2004 it will start 22 September (not sure when Lucy's episode will be shown).

    STARTS: Wednesday, September 22, TV3, 8pm WHO: Written by comedy team the Naked Samoans: Oscar Kightley as Vale, Shimpal Lelisi as Valea, David Fane as Mack and Jeff the Maori, Mario Gaoa as Sione.

    A BIT LIKE: Southpark meets Billy T James.

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April

  • Toronto 24 Hours Magazine - Quite A Trip For Lawless
  • The following is from Stuff.co.nz about the WIFTI summit that was held in NZ from 21-24 April.

    ....Some of the country's best-known film and TV faces were in the crowd, including former Xena star Lucy Lawless, actors Jennifer Ward-Lealand and Cliff Curtis and Perfect Strangers director Gaylene Preston.

    Lawless, based in LA for the last eight years, came home for the summit and told the Sunday Star-Times she hoped to soon move here for good.

    "I'm trying to get something down here, that's the dream. It feels like I've been away too long. I think there's a real sense of excitement here, like it's a burgeoning spirit."

    Click here to read entire article

     

  • Variety Magazine - 19 April 2004
    New Zealand women & film: New Zealand's internationally acclaimed women filmmakers pride themselves on their unique perspective.
  • The Sunday Telegraph TV Guide - 25 April - 1 May 2004. Lucy talks about the Warrior Women series that will be on Discovery in Australia, a little about a possible Xena movie and Eurotrip
  • Skywatch Magazine (NZ cable programme guide) - May 2004. The article is about the upcoming WW series on Discovery in New Zealand with another gorgeous Lucy photo
  • Sunday Mirror - 18 April 2004
    Interview with Zoe Bell (Lucy's stunt double on Xena) about her stunt work on Kill Bill. Small mention of Lucy: `I'd done gymnastics for eight years, and martial arts for two, but I didn't have any particular experience,' she says. `To begin with, I was pretty much being kicked around by Lucy Lawless, but I was there for three years and learned a lot.'
  • Variety Magazine - 19 April 2004 New Zealand women & film: New Zealand's internationally acclaimed women filmmakers pride themselves on their unique perspective.
  • Season 4 DVD Press Release
  • New Lucy Interview - 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.

March

  • 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."
  • Mercury News - 29 March 2004 - Lucy mentioned as the Birthday girl and a small blurb about Xena.
  • he Toronto Star 28 March 2004 has a small mention of Lucy in relation to an upcoming stage show based on Wagner's Ring Cycle. The reference to Lucy is because of Xena's Ring Trilogy of Season 6 - there is also a funky image to go with the article which I found amusing :) "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 the Toronto Star Site

  • Business World Online Lucy Lawless: Warrior Woman 26-27 March 2004
    'Strong women are beginning to be taken seriously. We just have to tell our daughters that they can achieve anything. Even a father can do that.'
     

  • Malay Mail Online (New Strait Times) - 27 March 2004
    interviews Lucy about Warrior Women, Eurotrip, Tarzan and Xena. The interview is quite good but covers a lot of old material. Some new info about Lucy's next project:
    "At the moment, my agent and I are negotiating with several parties and hopefully, I can share the good news in the next couple of months," said Lucy.
  • NZ Herald - 22 March 2004 - Why charities love Lucy but not Robbie. The article discusses the problem that charities like The Starship Foundation have in raising money and how stars are in it for the publicity. Lucy is mentioned as giving of herself without the publicity while other stars just want to glory.
  • Canvas Magazine - 22 March 2004. Why charities love Lucy but not Robbie
  • Ask Men - March 2004 - Lucy Lawless - We Love This Warrior Princess Interview with Lucy - Lucy talks about Tarzan and Eurotrip
  • 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.
  • Ask Men - March 2004 - Lucy Lawless - We Love This Warrior Princess Interview with Lucy - Lucy talks about Tarzan and Eurotrip
  • 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.
  • Ask Men - March 2004 - Lucy Lawless - We Love This Warrior Princess
  • HipOnline - Lucy talks about Eurotrip, the Season 3 DVD Movies, the Xena Movie & Boogeyman
  • AfterEllen.com has a review of the documentary "Totally Gayer" that Lucy narrated. The following bit relates to Lucy's role:

    Perhaps the most interesting female celebrity to be included in Totally Gayer is the narrator, Lucy Lawless, well known for playing the sapphic heroine Xena. If you don’t watch the opening credits closely, however, you might miss the fact that Lucy Lawless is narrating, because for some reason she takes on a posh upper-crusty British accent for this job, which almost completely obscures her more casual native New Zealand tones
    For the full article go to: http://www.afterellen.com/TV/totallygayer.html
    Many thanks to MET for the news


     

February

January

  • The Boston Herald - 30 January 2004
    New TV releases: "Xena: Warrior Princess - Season Three" (Anchor Bay Entertainment, $69.98, three and one-half, available Feb. 10) ups the bar for TV releases by reuniting what seems to be a record number of performers - including stars Lucy Lawless, Renee O'Connor and Hudson Leick - and several behind-the-scenes folks for interviews, video and audio commentaries. This set features some of the series' best stories, including the musical episode "The Bitter Suite" (filmed long before "Buffy" flubbed a note).
  • MediaWeek Q&A  - 5 January 2004 about Lucy's Self Magazine photoshoot and the pictures that weren't published
  • Back Stage West - 15 January 2004 - Wonder women: the stuntwomen behind Double Dare face off on the dangerous side of acting.
  • Non Sport Update - January 2004 The Quotable Xena Trading Card series reviewed