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le Lun 1 Juil - 16:02
Bande-annonce de la nouvelle série australienne de Lucy qui sera diffusée prochainement ; à savoir, le mois prochain et plus précisément, le 17 Juillet.




Elle y incarnera Alexa Crowe, une enquêtrice de police.  

Lucy sera rejoint au casting par Bernard Curry et Ebony Vagulans qui accompagneront son personnage dans ses investigations.

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le Mar 2 Juil - 10:51
et ben... la bande annonce donne vraiment envie! ça fait plaisir de retrouver Lucy  Very Happy et j'aime beaucoup le nom de son personnage.
est-ce que tu sais si la série sera diffusée en France? ou bien où pourra-t-on la trouver? j'ai bien envie d'y jeter un œil (ou deux d’ailleurs!  Wink )
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le Mar 2 Juil - 20:37
Pas de diffusion en France pour le moment. Peut-être plus tard ...

Après, tu pourras la regarder par des moyens détournés sûrement  Grin
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le Sam 6 Juil - 12:13
Moi aussi j'ai bien envie de voir ! Grin Si jamais quelqu'un trouve quand ça sort, faites moi signe Razz
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le Ven 19 Juil - 17:18
Je viens tout juste de regarder le premier épisode. Qu'est-ce que ça fait du bien de revoir Lucy en tant que personnage principal. Elle est resplendissante tout du long!

Concernant l'histoire de l'ep. 1, c'est bien tourné même si je trouve que l'enquête se conclut trop rapidement. J'aurais aimé davantage de rebondissements et surtout davantage d'action. Les choses vont surement se développer petit à petit et Danielle Cormack arrive dans l'épisode 2. J'ai hâte de voir ça! Les séries policières ne sont pas trop mon truc, mais je suivrai celle-là religieusement. De plus, l'action a lieu à Melbourne, ce qui change un peu des séries habituelles qui ont lieu aux US.

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le Sam 20 Juil - 2:32
Une série d'interviews radio avec des passages fort drôles :  

Mark and Caroline 92.7 Mix FM  

102.9 Hot Tomato

Ben and Gabe

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Lucy y évoque le processus de création de la série, le tournage à Melbourne, des anecdotes intéressantes au sujet de Xena, sa passion des procès, . . .



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Une autre interview vidéo dans laquelle My Life is Murder, l'héritage de XWP et son anniversaire l'année prochaine ainsi que l'urgence climatique sont discutés.

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le Sam 27 Juil - 16:21
Merci pour tous ces liens Lily! J'ai regardé l'interview sur YouTube que j'ai adorée. Lucy, toujours aussi vivante et souriante. J'adore! Et toujours d'attaque pour reprendre le flambeau pour un Xena Revival d'ailleurs... Laughing

J'ai regardé l'épisode 2 de My Life is Murder avec Danielle Cormack:

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Quel plaisir de les retrouver toutes les deux. L'épisode 2 est encore mieux que le premier. Manque toujours un peu de scènes d'action selon moi, mais nous sentons bien que la série est tournée vers l'humour plus que vers l'action. C'est une série policière qui donne envie de découvrir le coupable ainsi que ce qu'il s'est réellement passé mais ce n'est pas dans cette série que l'on aura des courses poursuite en voiture ou des fusillades ou que sais-je encore. Ce n'est pas très dérangeant et nous retrouvons l'humour de Lucy ici et là (elle a avoué elle même que c'était le personnage dans lequel elle avait le plus mis du sien). Bref, c'est un plaisir de regarder un nouvel épisode chaque semaine. Hâte de voir ce que la suite va nous offrir. Je me demande simplement si la série va rentrer plus en profondeur dans la vie d'Alexa, si le personnage va vraiment se dévoiler. Jusqu'à maintenant, j'ai seulement l'impression qu'on aura enquête sur enquête (et donc épisode après épisode) avec Lucy dans chaque plan (ce qui est bien, mais ce qui nous empêche de nous attacher aux autres persos ou tout simplement d'imaginer des relations amicales/amoureuses entre chacun). A voir ce que la suite nous réserve!

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le Dim 28 Juil - 21:48
Moi j'aimerai bien que les gentils bénévoles qui traduisent les séries.. s'intéressent à celle ci! j'ai commencé à regarder en VO mais avec mes oreilles il y a des mots et expressions.. pas tout compris et c'est dommage. Vivement la VOSTFR!^^
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le Dim 28 Juil - 21:59
j'ai vu l'épisode 1 en vo sous titré en anglais. ça m'a bien aidé. avec juste la bande son ça aurait été trop dure pour moi de comprendre, mais avec l'anglais écrit comme appuis ça m'a permis de comprendre l’essentiel (bon j'ai du rater pas mal de subtilités mais je m'en fout, l'épisode m'a super plus et Lucy est magnifique dans le rôle d'Alexa. Je l'aime déjà cette nana ;-) )
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le Lun 29 Juil - 11:37
Je  ne sais pas du tout si la VOSTFR arrivera bientôt pour vous, c'est dommage c'est vrai. Je ne pense pas qu'il y aura de version française (à la télé française, j'entends).

Voici une interview audio de Lucy sur My Life is Murder où elle parle de Melbourne notamment... avec le Script en anglais pour vous aider. Je l'ai trouvée très intéressante et il y a une petite mention à Xena bien évidemment.



Script:
SCOTT SIMON, HOST:

There's a provocative exchange - the beginning of the first episode of "My Life Is Murder" - a woman scrolls through images of glistening pecs and washboard abs while chatting on the phone.

(SOUNDBITE OF TV SHOW, "MY LIFE IS MURDER")

UNIDENTIFIED ACTOR: (As character) I guarantee you, Alexa, this will be better than any boyfriend you've ever had.

LUCY LAWLESS: (As Alexa Crowe) Well, that sounds fabulous and expensive.

UNIDENTIFIED ACTOR: (As character) It'll be worth it. I promise.

LAWLESS: (As Alexa Crowe) Well, I have had a hard week.

SIMON: It turns out to be strictly business - crime-solving business that is. Lucy Lawless plays Alexa Crowe, a retired detective called back into police work as a consultant on some of the most baffling murders in Victoria, Australia. Lucy Lawless is also executive producer of the series about to premiere on Acorn TV in the United States. And Lucy Lawless, who will always be Xena: Warrior Princess to a generation of viewers and Diane on "Parks And Recreation" but especially Xena: Warrior Princess, joins us from New York. Thanks so much for being with us.

LAWLESS: Aw. Scott, it's so nice to be back with you again.

SIMON: Aw, well, thank you for saying that.

LAWLESS: Thank you for having me.

SIMON: I enjoyed the episodes I saw. And Alexa used her skills and guile. But I want to reassure people, now and then, she gets to throw someone around, doesn't she?

LAWLESS: Yes - well, a little. I was - to be honest with you, I was a bit chagrined by that because that was never my favorite part of the job. But...

SIMON: Oh, in "Xena," really? Yeah.

LAWLESS: And you know what? And it hurts. No. I always hated it. But I didn't have any choice. So, you know, if you don't have a choice about something, you really oughtn't to invest in it emotionally. So I just get it over and done with. But it's always a shock when they say I have to run out of the way of a car, you know?

SIMON: But you know how to do that?

LAWLESS: Yes. I say, over to you, stuntwoman. But there is...

SIMON: (Laughter) That's how it's done. Yes.

LAWLESS: That's how it's done. But there is some amount of selling before and immediately after. So it doesn't get easier with every passing decade.

SIMON: We don't learn a lot about Alexa all at once. But it comes out in occasional lines. May I ask, what's the good luck charm, as she calls it, in her shoulder?

LAWLESS: It's the tip of a knife from a drug dealer. That reminds her that she got away scot-free from that bad deal, when that deal went down. And I think she's just been dry and tough, you know? And she pretends that's her good luck.

SIMON: Yeah. And she's widowed.

LAWLESS: She is widowed. Her husband was also a detective and died in the line of duty. And we explore that loss in a slightly lighthearted way when we go into the world of the undertaker because, every episode, we try to take you into another sector of life, you know, some party you've never been invited to. Some might be the world of the very beautiful people and PR and models where you get to see the ugly underpinnings of that business. And there are themes, which then are reflected back on Alexa Crowe herself. So you get - we're going to lift the veil a little bit and have some fun and pursue justice in those worlds. And it's really satisfying, you know? It's lovely.

SIMON: To pursue justice, you mean? - at least on screen. Yeah.

LAWLESS: Well, yeah. The verisimilitude of justice, when you spend an hour with people that you like on television in a very beautiful, vibrant environment and get this lovely sense of catching the bad guy - to me, it's a little bit of a chance to recoup because the news is a bit grim these days. And it's just nice to have a little bit of a - like, a psychic break.

SIMON: The series also shows off Victoria.

LAWLESS: Yeah.

SIMON: Which is very picturesque.

LAWLESS: Oh, this town is incredible. Melbourne - I got city envy. I'd never been there before. And this town is such a foodies' paradise. And at one time, it was the richest city on Earth. During the gold rush, that's where they banked all the gold. And it was also - they're quick to tell me - not a penal colony - is where free men, free English people chose to settle. So they see themselves as being a little more genteel. And certainly, it is a much more sedate city, flat and beautifully planned with a wonderful light-rail system, which everybody uses. It's clean. It's efficient. And everything runs on time. And just miles upon miles of Victorian-Edwardian housing, which is very low rise - so it's a super sedate, charming, cosmopolitan town and very stylish.

SIMON: What - may I ask you, what do you make of the impression that Xena still seems to leave on a lot of lives all over the world?

LAWLESS: Oh, were you bored with Melbourne? Did I give you (laughter)...

SIMON: No, no, no. Not at all - not remotely. but...

LAWLESS: OK.

SIMON: ...I know who I'm talking to so...

LAWLESS: OK. Right. Oh.

SIMON: If I don't - if we don't give the folks a Xena question - all right?

LAWLESS: OK. I'm sorry. Let's do that again. Go ahead.

SIMON: Enough about Melbourne, Lucy.

(LAUGHTER)

LAWLESS: Now back to me - that's enough about Melbourne - back to me.

SIMON: Well, what do you make of the impression Xena still seems to have with a lot of people?

LAWLESS: Well, I'm really delighted because people are so kind to me. I think I've been around long enough that everybody knows me from something. And it's like I'm a - like, a really cute, walking dinosaur or something. You know, they're really nice to me. They're not afraid of me. They're not cold to me. I don't know. I think I've got some - I must have some kempt luster about me that makes me - people feel friendly towards me. And I'm really gratified and delighted by that.

SIMON: You were one of the founding sisters of women superhero characters.

LAWLESS: I never feel I can really take credit for that. There was Sigourney Weaver in the "Alien" movies before me. And Joan of Arc and the real Mulan and some Indian warrior princesses. So I was delighted to be...

SIMON: (Laughter) I said one of.

LAWLESS: ...The - yeah - the '90s iteration.

SIMON: Yeah.

LAWLESS: But certainly, it was new on television at the time. And people said it would never work.

SIMON: I'm going to guess you could have a happy life just slitting open your residual checks. What...

LAWLESS: No. You're wrong. They're like, 19 cents. It's like (laughter)...

SIMON: Really.

LAWLESS: There was no fortune to be made in residuals and syndicated television. It's not, like, you know, doing a sitcom or something.

SIMON: Yeah.

LAWLESS: But mustn't grumble - it's given me everything.

SIMON: Well, what do you still enjoy about working?

LAWLESS: Oh, my God. Everything - I love it. What's beautiful about television is that you have a very long list of tasks of the day. So all day long, you're just checking them off. So it's really satisfying. And you're problem-solving in order to make the day, getting it all done on time in as joyful, collegial way as possible. That's a really satisfying day's work. You know - and hopefully, you make something that people like. But even if they don't like it - well you're already paid. And you already had a good time. So that's that. (Laughter) Like, it - it kind of - it's incidental to me whether it's a success or not.

SIMON: Lucy Lawless stars in and is executive producer of "My Life Is Murder," a new Australian crime drama with comedic touches, of course, on Acorn TV. Thanks so much for being back with us.

LAWLESS: My life is murder.

SIMON: (Laughter) Thank you so much. Take care.

LAWLESS: Cheers, Scotty.

(SOUNDBITE OF MUSIC)

SIMON: And "My Life Is Murder" premieres on Acorn TV August 5.

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The loving friends we meet on our journey return to us, time after time.
We never die, because we were never really born." - Gabrielle.


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