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Renee's Road To Xena

Created on 28 April 2016. Posted in Xenite News

... d loving support from her mom, Renee's pursuits were realized on a grand scale when she received that career-changing phone call to pack her bags for New Zealand to play the role of Gabrielle in Xena: Warr ...

How's that Xena reboot going? Updated!

Created on 09 March 2016. Posted in Xenite News

... FAQ: WHY AREN’T LUCY LAWLESS AND RENEE O’CONNOR REPRISING THEIR ROLES AS XENA AND GABRIELLE? OK - by the time i came into this project, it was clear to me that the PTB were looking for a reboot with a ...

An Exclusive Look At The New Xena Comic!

Created on 09 March 2016. Posted in Xenite News

Xena, Warrior Princess is returning to TV soon, and Dynamite Comics is celebrating with an all-new Xena ongoing comic book series based on Xena and Gabrielle’s adventures—and io9 has an exclusive look ...

Lucy Lawless Will Not Be in Xena Reboot

Created on 03 September 2015. Posted in Xenite News

... By July of that year, there were already fan campaigns to get the series back in general, and to get Lucy Lawless as Xena and Renée O’Connor as Gabrielle back, period. Indeed, when we last spoke with  ...

Lucy Lawless Maintains No Xena Deal, But She'd Like One

Created on 02 August 2015. Posted in Xenite News

... to do a reboot getting Xena, Gabrielle [Renee O’Connor], Autolycus [Bruce Campbell] and Jox [Ted Raimi] back together, get that crew back together to solve some ridiculous problem. I’d love to do a TV ...

Lucy Lawless Promises a Butt-Kicking

Created on 22 September 2014. Posted in Xenite News

... ess, earning legions of fans as the butt-kicking title hero known for that infamous war cry and her relationship with her companion—and soulmate— Gabrielle (Renee O'Connor). Now Lawless is stepping into a ...

The Absolute 'final' Xena Con

Created on 29 August 2014. Posted in Xenite News

... the epic journeys of Xena and Gabrielle have stood the test of time and become part of pop culture history, and more important our social culture, putting a new face on television and placing strong women ...