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It was everything fans of the swords-and-sandals genre could have expected from Bitch Slap director Rick Jacobson and uber-producer Sam Raimi. The slave girl part may not have been a speaking role, but it did get tongues wagging about the busty starlet playing her, especially on this site. Did you know the role would be as racy as it was when you first auditioned for it?
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Spartacus: Blood and Sand is a successful series produced by the American Pay-TV channel Starz, which only since recently tries to get in competition with the channels HBO and Showtime by airing in-house productions. As usual for Pay-TV channels, Spartacus has no restricions concerning violence, sex or swear words - and the series really takes advantage of this freedom. No TV series have ever been bloodier or more bruta.
Battlestar Galactica 's Lucy Lawless finally bares it all for her role as Lucretia, the rapacious wife of John Hannah's Batiatus, in Starz's upcoming Spartacus: Blood and Sandand she's not shy about it. At all. Slavery, different attitudes to sexuality, prostitution, you name it.
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By Robert Rorke. In the scene, Thracian he-man Spartacus, played by Welsh-born actor Andy Whitfield, is making love to his wife. The camera lovingly pans down their writhing naked bodies.
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Add action and over-the-top violence to some pretty darn cool effects, excellent writing, genre goddess Lucy Lawless and DollhouseBuffyAngeland Smallville alum Steven S. DeKnight, you may very well have a hit on your hands. Lead Andy Whitfield in some pretty darn kick ass and super bloody fight scenes certainly doesn't hurt.