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Feature: Buffy and Darkness Falls
Demon in the Dark
Fans were dismayed to learn that Emma Caulfield was quitting her much-loved role as vengeance demon Anya in Buffy. She talks about the joy of working on Buffy and her role in the thriller Darkness Falls…
Emma Caulfield thinks it’s time. It’s time to discuss Darkness Falls, the creepy thriller in which she makes her big-screen début. And, sad to say, it’s time for her to bid farewell to Buffy The Vampire Slayer. She’s been with the show for five years as Anya, the brutally honest vengeance demon who emerged as Xander’s (Nicholas Brendon) gal, a bona fide member of the Scooby Gang and one of the show’s central sources of humour. Starburst caught up with Caulfield in her trailer during a break from shooting Buffy. She was, as one might expect, straightforward and pretty damn funny.
Starburst: Let’s start with Darkness Falls. Deep down, didn’t you like ‘The Tooth Fairy’ better as a title?
Starburst: What made you say ‘Yes’ to the project?
Starburst: Some people might say, “Emma, a Horror-thriller, aren’t you worried about typecasting?”
Starburst: Darkness Falls filmed while Buffy was in production. How tough was it to shuttle between Buffy in Los Angeles and the Darkness Falls set in Melbourne, Australia?
by Ian Spelling
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