Danielle Cormack: Wentworth Prison

Written by Artemis. Posted in Xenite News

TV interview: Danielle is bringing favourite prison drama back to life


New Zealand-born actress Danielle Cormack is a familiar face on Australian TV thanks to roles in acclaimed series Rake and Underbelly. Now, she’s set for cult status in the UK too, as she takes the lead role in Wentworth Prison, a contemporary reworking of Prisoner: Cell Block H.

Adrienne Wilkinson And Her Producer's Brain

Written by Artemis. Posted in Xenite News

Sunday, 25 August 2013 10:38

Recently Almost Nerdy had the joy of talking to Adrienne Wilkinson about what she’s been up to lately and what she has in the future. Most of you first met Adrienne when she played Xena’s daughter Eve in the final few seasons of the show. Since then she has had numerous roles in television shows and video games. More recently she has stepped behind the camera. Let’s find out more. On to the questions!

LEGO version: The Hobbit Trailer

Written by Artemis. Posted in Multi-Fandom

 at 9:39 am Sat, Aug 24, 2013

 BrotherhoodWorkshop created a very ambitious LEGO version of Peter Jackson's teaser trailer for 'The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug'-- "2 months in the making and countless man hours." Not to mention hobbit-hours. Spotted at Laughing Squid where you can view the original trailer. The motion picture is scheduled for release on December 13, 2013. I wish there were going to be a LEGO version of it, too.

Some of those outfits are really quite painful to wear

Written by Artemis. Posted in Multi-Fandom

Interview: Defiance Star Jamie Murray

"Some of those outfits are really quite painful to wear."

Posted 8th July 2013, 9:34am in TV, by Emma Davis
The Votans have landed and planet Earth is a mere shell of what it used to be. Welcome to Defiance, the one town where humans and Votans try to co-exist, bought to you by Syfy in an ambitious move to combine a television series and an MMORPG video game in collaboration with Trion Worlds. Defiance: Season One debuts on DVD and Blu-ray on 15th July.

Danielle Cormack Fights for Equality

Written by Xenaholic. Posted in Multi-Fandom

Danielle Cormack, the transtasman acting darling, is thankful for her best lead actress nomination at the prestigious AACTA Awards in Sydney on Thursday night, but she joins a growing global campaign of A-list women revolting on the red-carpet about coverage they deem vacuous and pointless.