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December 25, 2003



December 23, 2003

* PAX welcomes its newest member, Sheryl Mendez. Battle on Pinoy Xenites!


December 22, 2003


screengrabs from the promo of Lucy as Madam Van Der Sexx

You can view the video of the promo in Quicktime, Windows Media Player or Real Player formats

The following is from

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*added ROC article on ProudParenting online


September 13, 2003



2004-2005 SEASON
BURBANK, CA (September 8, 2003) - Lucy Lawless (DreamWorks' "The Ugly
Americans," "Xena Warrior Princess") will become one of the stars on The WB's highly
anticipated fall drama TARZAN in the role of Kathleen Clayton, a publishing
magnate and the title character's aunt. In addition, Ms. Lawless signed an
exclusive series development deal with The WB for the 2004-2005 season.

The announcements were made today by Jordan Levin, President, Entertainment
of The WB. "Lucy has a tremendous sense of humor, warmth and grace," Mr. Levin
said. "She has a fun, larger-than-life personality that will shape the
character of Kathleen Clayton as she makes it her own, and that is what attracted us
to her for future development."

On TARZAN, Ms. Lawless plays Kathleen Clayton, a New York newspaper publisher
and the aunt to Tarzan (Travis Fimmel). Within the Clayton family, Tarzan's
return has unleashed rivalries that have festered for decades. His uncle
Richard (Mitch Pileggi, "The X Files") is bitterly estranged from his witty,
sardonic and beautiful younger sister Kathleen Clayton. While Richard believes that
his desire to rehabilitate Tarzan and make him a real member of society is in
Tarzan's own best interest, Kathleen believes that what Tarzan really needs is
their help and support as he finds his own way in this strange new world. Now
that their nephew has returned from the dead as Tarzan, Richard and Kathleen
have squared off in a new battle. While they are both driven by love - for
Tarzan and for the family - they also know that whoever controls Tarzan, controls
Greystoke Industries as well. Ms. Lawless will be a series regular in the
first season, while developing a series for next fall.

Ms. Lawless, who worked with TARZAN executive producer Laura Ziskin in
"Spider-Man," is repped by the Endeavor Agency and Original Management. The deal was
negotiated by Jeanne Newman. Ms. Lawless is currently working with Eric
Kripke, co-executive producer of TARZAN, in the theatrical film, "Boogeyman." TARZAN
is from executive producers Laura Ziskin ("Spider-Man," "Pretty Woman"),
David Gerber ("The Lost Battalion"), P.K. Simonds ("Party of Five," "Beauty and
the Beast") and co-executive producer Eric Kripke ("Battle of the Sexes") and
is produced by Laura Ziskin Productions, The Gerber Company distributed by
Warner Bros. Television Production Inc.


August 23, 2003

The following is from Sharon Delaney/OFC - Renee's upcoming movie "Diamonds & Guns"

Renee talks about the plot of the movie: The character I play, Ashley, is a dancer who drags her friend with her to Vegas because she has an audition to play a "cat."  She thinks she's auditioning for a production of the Broadway musical.  The show turns out to be "Kittens."

The movie is a romantic comedy about two ladies who end up in Las Vegas and find true love.  One's an American, the other's a New Zealander.  Bria, the New Zealander, played by Helena Beaven, is about to be deported and is trying to stay in the United States.



Look out London!  The one and only RENEE O'CONNOR comes to your great
city for the first time to headline Creation's STRONG WOMEN OF SCI-FI
Convention August 29-31.

The weekend is filled with extraordinary events, presentations,
theatrical performances and parties!  And, along with performing in a play
with Tim Omundson, Renee O'Connor will appear on stage to answer audience
questiosn (for the first time in years!!!).

Check out all the details on this event, including the schedule of
attractions, by linking to:


July 19, 2003

** Lucy and Renee Updates


Lucy, resting up in New Zealand after traveling the world working on the "Warrior Women" documentary series, joined the cast of Boogeyman now filming in New Zealand.  This is the first feature film being produced by Rob Tapert and Sam Raimi's Ghost House Productions for Senator International to be distributed by Sony's Screen Gems in North America.  Barry Watson (7th Heaven) stars as Tim, a young man who returns home to face his fears of terrible events that took place in his bedroom when he was a child.  Lucy plays Tim's mother in flashback scenes of his childhood.  The movie also stars Emily Deschanel (The Alamo) as his neighbor, Kate.  The cast also includes Tory Mussett (The Matrix Reloaded, Peter Pan), Skye McCole Bartusiak (Against the Ropes, Don't Say a Word), Philip Gordon and Charles Mesure (the Archangel Michael in Xena).  The movie is being directed by Stephen Kay (remake of Get Carter, The Last Time I Committed Suicide) and written by Eric Kripke, Juliet Snowden, Stiles White and Darren Lemke.  Filming is expected to last into late August.

Warrior Women

Lucy is almost finished filming the Discovery Channel "Warrior Women" documentary.  She spent the first week of April in China.  On her way home, she and her daughter, Daisy, stopped off in Singapore.  Then back to New Zealand for a few weeks until the middle of May when she filmed the pieces in France, England and Ireland, spending about a week in each country.  That part of the filming finished on June 10.  At the tail end of that trip, she went to Prague to film her part in The Ugly Americans.


Reality eXtreme

Renee has signed on for another feature film project set to begin shooting in September.  Titled Reality eXtreme, it's an improvisational mockumentary a la Best in Show about the behind-the-scenes antics of a reality dating show.


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   Double Quotes:

  "I really love that Gabrielle says, 'I don't care... I love that so much.  It was human and so very real.  I wish we could have explored that idea.  Not that it needed to be explored more.  It was all there in Renee's face.  But it was so interesting to me."

     -- Lucy (Xena Newsletter #19)

   "I talked with Lucy last Tuesday and it came up that when people ask me what Lucy's really like, I list a few things and then I say she's also kind of loopy. She didn't seem offended and I said she's like Meg.  Meg's loopy...  Meg gets this look on her face and her elbows go out.  It's a goofy sense of humor that Lucy also has that's unexpected because she's so strikingly beautiful. You wouldn't expect that from someone who looks the way Lucy does.  She looks like a femme fatale and to be goofy and loopy really throws you."

     -- Renee (Xena Newsletter #19)





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