Tuesday, May 18, 2010

Emma Caulfield

Emma Caulfield wants a divorce
Emma Caulfield American actress, star of television series “Buffy the Vampire Slayer” filed in the divorce papers after almost four years of marriage. The 37-year-old actress claimed irreconcilable differences between her and Cornelius, in documents submitted last Thursday in Los Angeles Supreme Court.

Caulfield and her husband Cornelius Grobbelaar had married in August 2006. Caulfield also starred in the years 1995 to 1996 in the television series Beverly Hills, 90210th In the years 1996 to 1997 she played Lorraine Miller in the series General Hospital. In 2008 she appeared in the medical series “Private Practice”.

The Performance: Emma Caulfield in ‘Timer’ 
Though "Buffy the Vampire Slayer" has been off the air for seven years, Emma Caulfield is still pursued by fans of the sci-fi-horror series, in which she played the role of the former vengeance demon Anya.

"It's crazy," says the 37-year-old actress. "The fans are very awesome. But they never really refer to me by my name — ever. I had a fan come up to me once and said they had just had a baby and named their daughter after me. I said, ‘Oh God, that's sweet. It's a good name.' Then they said, ‘We just love the name Anya.' I didn't have the heart to say that's not my name."
After "Buffy," she made a concerted effort to stay away from science fiction. But Caulfield confesses that her eagerness to not get pigeonholed caused her to make a major career blunder.
"I could kick myself for this," says the unabashed sci-fi fan and Trekkie, sipping on water in a sunny conference room at a West Los Angeles publicity office. "Right as the show was ending, my manager called and said, ‘They are redoing "Battlestar Galactica" and the producers want to see you.' I was just like a brat and said, ‘No, no, no, no, no. No more sci-fi.' "
"I loved the original ‘Battlestar,' but I said it's going to be campy and ridiculous. I think they had finished their third season and I kept hearing nothing but great things, so I iTunes it and lost two weeks of my life. I did nothing but watch that show. It was an idiotic bad call."

But she seems to have made the right decision with "Timer," a romantic comedy with — interestingly enough — science-fiction overtones. The film opens Friday after getting a warm response on the festival circuit. Caulfield plays a single dentist in Los Angeles named Oona who is waiting patiently to find her soul mate.

In the film's contemporary but alternative universe, everyone can find their soul mate through a new scientific device called a timer. For a small charge and a monthly fee, people can get a bizarre-looking wristwatch that will display the number of days, hours, minutes and seconds before one meets his or her destiny. Unfortunately, Oona's timer is blank, meaning that her true love doesn't have one. Quickly approaching her 30th birthday, Oona decides to bide her time with a young supermarket clerk (John Patrick Amedori), whose timer is set to go off in just four months.

 Short Takes: Ken Loach’s ‘Looking For Eric’ is surprisingly sweet
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Short Takes: Ken Loach’s ‘Looking For Eric’ is surprisingly sweet
In “Looking For Eric,” England’s master of abrasive realism has made what almost passes for a fairy tale by his standards.
High-Concept Meets Low Budget in Rom-Com TIMER
A high-concept, low-budget romantic comedy that integrates science fiction (similar to Brad Anderson’s underrated Happy Accidents ), writer-director Jac Schaeffer’s pleasant feature debut first requires a ridiculous leap of faith: that a bio-tech gizmo might be able to pinpoint your soulmat…

emma caulfield latest Q & A:
Question by wild_thang: Buffy The Vampire Slayer- Poll?
1.Best Season Ending?
A. Prophecy Girl
B. Becoming Part 2
C. Graduation Day Part 2
D. Restless
E. The Gift
F. Grave
G. Chosen

2.Best Female Character?
A. Buffy
B. Willow
C. Tara
D. Dawn
E. Anya
F. Cordelia

3.Best Male Character?
A. Angel
B. Spike
C. Xander
D. Giles
E. Johnathan
F. Riley

4.Best Female Actress?
A. Sarah Michelle Gellar
B. Alyson Hannigan
C. Charisma Carpenter
D. Emma Caulfield
E. Michelle Trachtenberg
F. Amber Benson

5.Best Male Actor?
A. David Boreanaz
B. James Marsters
C. Nicholas Brendon
D. Anthony Stewart-Head
E. Danny Strong
F. Marc Blucas

6.Best Witch?
A. Willow
B. Tara
C. Amy
7.Best Watcher?
A. Giles
B. Wesley
C. Gwendolyn Post (Season 3 Episode 7 “Lovers Walk”)

8.Best Dressed Female Character?
A. Buffy
B. Cordelia
C. Willow
D. Faith

9.Best Dressed Male Character?
A. Angel
B. Spike
C. Xander
D. Giles
Best answer:
Answer by MrM
Oh…she scares the living crap out of me!

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