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The 'Xena' star and six other Greenpeace activists are sentenced to 120 hours of community work and fined NZ$651.44 each.
The 'Spartacus' alumna plays a single mom who is a possible new love interest for Ron on the NBC sitcom, while the 'Mad Men' actor is cast in top-secret role for the revived comedy show.
The actress who's well known for playing warrior princess Xena doesn't expect to receive jail sentence, but she's worried about the possibility of being denied entry to some countries.
The 'Spartacus: Vengeance' actress has been released from police custody after she and fellow Greenpeace environmental activists were arrested in New Zealand on Monday, February 27.
Celebrating the January 27 debut of the Starz historical drama, the likes of Liam McIntyre and Lucy Lawless attend the black carpet event held at the ArcLight Cinemas in Hollywood.
Rather than complaining about her modesty, Lucy Lawless admits her husband even encourages her to disrobe and get on with it.
Her character Lucretia was supposed to die if Steven S. DeKnight went according to his original plan but her presence turned out the be stronger and essential for the show.
The movie is adapted from their West End musical 'Viva Forever' and will serve as a sequel to Spice Girls' 1997 film 'Spice World'.
The sex-loving high society schemer Lucretia of the TV epic reveals that fans back home in New Zealand are not given a chance to see her stripping off because 'there's a PG version (in the country).'
Best known for her Xena portrayal, Lucy Lawless hopes the warrior pin-up will be brought to the big screen, saying that she would love to reprise the role.