Dragonlance is a richly-detailed
fantasy world of warriors, magic and dragons, designed by TSR Inc and
now owned by Wizards of the Coast Inc. The world was originally created
as a supplement for the Advanced Dungeons & Dragons® role-playing game,
but soon blossomed into a fully-blown campaign setting in it's own right
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26 December 2007
the movie from Amazon.com! To be released on 15 January 2008
Lucy is the voice of Goldmoon!
6 November 2007
Dragonlance Movie Update
following is from
“Dragonlance” DVD Release Date Announced
Paramount Home Entertainment has announced FarPoint Media’s own
Tracy Hickman and his animated film “Dragonlance” which features the
voices of Kiefer Sutherland (”24″), Lucy Lawless (”Battlestar
Galactica”), and Michael Rosenbaum (”Smallville”). This feature
length Dungeons & Dragons tale will be available to own beginning
the January 15, 2008
. To find out more about this wonderful
feature film, listen to our recent
interview with Tracy
Many thanks to Barbara Davies for the news
25 October 2007
is from the
Official Dragonlance Movie Site
- And Here it is, the first trailer! - We're happy to (finally) be
able to present the first trailer, shown at GenCon and DragonCon
earlier this year. This has been designated a "rough cut" -- the
final trailer should be available in the next month or so...
23 February 2007
Interview with George Strayton
Official Dragonlance Movie Site has an interview with George
Strayton, screenwriter for the new animated Dragonlance movie. George
doesn't mention Lucy but he does mention Xena and Hercules. There are
spoilers in this interview for the movie.
8 December 2006
The following is part of an interview Lucy did with
iF: I saw that you are doing a voice
for a DRAGONLANCE cartoon?
Yeah I did a voice for that, and I just did Wonder Woman for a Warner
Bros. cartoon thing the other day. It was really fun, and I love voice
things because it’s not a filed I’ve working in very much.
iF: But you did the XENA
Yes, I did that and I wasn’t very confident. Then I did SIMPSONS
and I still wasn’t very confident. When I did SIMPSONS again or
CELEBRITY DEATH MATCH I was getting a little better. DRAGONLANCE I nailed that, and then this Wonder Woman role I did
great on that one. I felt so much better. I like finding new challenges.
It’s for a new JUSTICE LEAGUE that’s really kind of hip and sexy
it’s really retro drawings. It was for a DVD and it’s very adult. It was
very cool. I loved it!
to read the interview
15 November 2006
Scifi.com - Lawless Channels Xena In Dragons
Lucy Lawless (SCI FI Channel's Battlestar Galactica) told SCI FI Wire
that she lapsed into her old voice from her Xena: Warrior Princess days
while recording dialogue for the upcoming animated movie Dragonlance:
Dragons of Autumn Twilight. Based on the popular Dragonlance
role-playing game and novels and their fantastical world of dragons,
warriors and magic, the film features Lawless as the powerful female
29 September 2006
Goldmoon of the Que Shu (Lucy Lawless) Dragonlance
of the Que Shu (Lucy Lawless) Dragonlance Book/Movie Fanlisting has
If you are a fan of the books and the character of Goldmoon as well as
Lucy who voiced the character, you can now join. It's free!
Click here to join
27 July 2006
Dragonlance Movie Update from Comic Con
The following blog is a behind the scenes look at Dragonlance
movie and he mentions Lucy: Lucy Lawless speaks with the presence
and authority that priestess-princess should have.
Click here to read the rest of the report
25 July 2006
There's an interview with George Strayton about the
movie (George wrote the screenplay) on the Dragonlance Nexus
site and there's a Lucy mention:
Dragonhelm: You previously worked with Lucy Lawless on
Xena: Warrior Princess. What was it like working with her
again on the Dragonlance movie?
GS: She's a gifted actress, plus she's just plain fun to
work with and be around. We had a great time recording her
Dragonhelm: One review I read of Xena was that it is "smart
TV pretending that it's dumb". Do you think this is a fair
GS: I think it's close. At least, that's what we strove for.
Unfortunately, there are a few episodes that are dumb TV not
even trying to pretend to be smart.
Click here to read full interview at the Dragonlance Nexus
14 July 2006
Tracy Hickman's latest
DragonHearth SPECIAL EDITION for Thursday, July 13, 2006
Posted: 13 Jul 2006
SPECIAL BOOK TOUR EDITION announcing Keifer Sutherland as the voice of
Raistlin in the upcoming Dragonlance animated film.
To paraphrase, Tracy mentions that he and Margaret Weis were under a non
disclosure agreement about the Dragonlance movie but that 'Lucy Lawless
- Xena' mentioning it on her website made them feel able to say
something at last. They also say that the film is currently 'in
production' and that 'all of the voice work has been done'. And they
announce their cast and are clearly thrilled with the names they have
got. (Though apparently Kiefer Sutherland's agent 'tried to talk him out
of it'. <g>) The film will be out in a year - that's the 'target date'.
Many thanks to Barbara Davies for the news
9 July 2006
Comic Con Update 23 July 2006
- 2:00-3:00 Dragonlance: The Lost Chronicles' Authors Margaret
Weis and Tracy Hickman answer your questions about the new Lost
Chronicles series of novels and will have exciting news about the
Dragonlance animated movie currently in production. Jamie Chambers,
of Margaret Weis Productions, Ltd., will be hand to talk about the
Dragonlance RPG. And there is always the possibility of surprise
guests! Room 8
30 June 2006
SciFi Wire - 30 June 2006
Cindi Rice, co-executive producer of the upcoming animated
Dragons of Autumn Twilight, told SCI FI Wire that the film will
remain true to the book by Margaret Weis and Tracy Hickman, the
first in their Dragonlance Chronicles series. "I'm extremely
proud of the creative team I brought together," Rice said in an
interview. "George Strayton has written a very cool script while
staying true to Margaret's and Tracy's vision. Will Meugniot is
simply an animation genius, and he's helping us create a very
innovative and complex film. It is a joy to work with both of them."
Helmed by Meugniot (the animated X-Men TV series) and written
by Strayton (Cleopatra 2525, Xena: Warrior Princess), the
movie will feature the voices of Xena star Lucy Lawless and
Michael Rosenbaum (TV's Smallville)...click
here to read full article
Cinescape Magazine 28 June 2006 about Lucy's invovlement with the
movie (contains Lucy's message)
28 June 2006
- The Official
Dragonlance site has been unveiled. It was an unofficial site
and now it has official status which is pretty cool for the guys
running the site <g>
- Added a Cast list for the movie (in
addition to Lucy)
- Added Production Credits
- In other news, there is a Xena connection (other than the
casting of Lucy as Goldmoon), George Strayton has written the movie.
George wrote the following Xena episodes:
Season 5: Seeds of Faith, Lifeblood, Kindred Spirits, Eve.
In addition he wrote some Hercules and Cleopatra 2525 episodes.
27 June 2006
The author of the Dragonlance novels, Margaret Weis, has posted to a
forum about the movie:
I really wanted to wait until we could make the WAHOO Big Announcement
on the dragonlance movie site (which is coming any day now, so keep
watch!). But since Lucy Lawless gave us away, I'll let you know what's
going on. Paramount Studios is making Dragons of Autumn Twilight as a
full-length, adult, animated movie. I'll let the movie site provide you
with details on the director, screen play writer, animation house, and
Suffice it to say, Tracy and I have been working with the production
team for over a year now. They've been wonderful to work with! They've
allowed us to have script approval and asked for our suggestions.
They've shown us all the art work and allowed us approval on that (as
well as the WoTC art director in charge of Dragonlance). We've been
working with the Whitestone Council people on this as well. (Thanks,
From what I've seen, it's going to be amazing! The art is great.
Hopefully some of it will be up on the movie site. And Tracy and I will
be talking more about the movie and maybe bringing along some art pieces
on our book tour.
Tracy and I are both very excited about this!
25 June 2006
News that is filtering through is that Lucy jumped the gun and
announced her involvement with the movie ahead of time. The news wasn't
supposed to be announced so soon. Oops. At least it made the Dragonlance
In other news about the movie, it be based on the first
Dragons of Autumn Twilight which was written by Margaret Weis
and Tracy Hickman.
friends, they went their separate ways. Now they are together again,
though each holds secrets from the others in his heart. They speak of a
world shadowed with rumors of war. They speak of tales of strange
monsters, creatures of myth, creatures of legend. They do not speak of
their secrets. Not then. Not until a chance encounter with a beautiful,
sorrowful woman, who bears a magical crystal staff, draws the companions
deeper into the shadows, forever changing their lives and shaping the
fate of the world. No one expects them to be heroes. Least of all, them.
22 June 2006
Lucy in new Animated Movie: Dragonlance
has announced that she will be in a new Paramount animated feature. The
movie is based on the Dragonlance books. Lucy will voice a Native
American character called Goldmoon that will sound like Xena.
"I just did the voice of an animated cartoon
for Paramount, called Dragonlance. Obviously it's a fantasy story, with
gods and monsters -- (no lesbian subtext)...
I played a character called "Goldmoon," a Native American..."
To read Lucy's full message go
to her site here