Arienne Wilkinson best known for playing Eve/Livia on Xena: Warrior Princess and now starring in Star Wars: The Force Unleashed talked about her Xena days, the motion capture work on Star ... See full summary »

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Arienne Wilkinson best known for playing Eve/Livia on Xena: Warrior Princess and now starring in Star Wars: The Force Unleashed talked about her Xena days, the motion capture work on Star Wars, producing some short films, winning best actress at the Beverly Hills Film festival for her role in "Reflections" and a lot more. Written by Jeff Schubert

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29 December 2008 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

If you haven't seen filmnut, take the time to check it out! This is a great show. Each one hour episode is dedicated to an in depth interview with one person (occasionally a team. The questions are so well researched and that leads to some of the best interviews out there. Not the same 20 questions, not the usual random filler - but a full hour of great comments, questions and truly unique discussions. The episode with Adrienne is one of my favorites. She is charming and sweet and you see why her fans love her so much (and many fans were joining in on the interview submitting questions and posting comments in real time). She is funny and graceful and you can tell she loves her work. I am looking forward to whatever projects are in store for her. The filmnut interview introduced me to several of her projects that I had missed. I've since seen them, and was pleasantly surprised by the variety of characters and projects. My favorites were Reflections and Expectation. See them if you get the chance! I also enjoyed Lakeshore Drive which was shot in black and white -Adrienne has a true aura of a vixen in that one.

The episode with Katherine Fugate was also great. What a delight she is!


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