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Dales star reveals Bond villain ambition

24 December 2009 11:26 PM, PST | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - Movie News news »

Emmerdale star Maxwell Caulfield has revealed that he would love to land a part in the next James Bond movie. The actor, who will bow out from his soap role as bigamist Mark Wylde in the New Year, admitted that he wants to play a new nemesis for 007 in the superspy's next adventure. Asked to name his dream role in an interview with Inside Soap, Caulfield replied: "I wouldn't mind going toe-to-toe with Daniel Craig as the arch-villain in the next James Bond movie. "Those films are so cool and action-packed these (more) »

- By Daniel Kilkelly

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In Pictures: Wylde's 'Emmerdale' exits?

22 December 2009 4:02 PM, PST | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - Movie News news »

With Mark Wylde's Emmerdale exit only several weeks away, show bosses today unveiled images of three potential departure scenarios for the self-made millionaire. Last month, it was announced that Maxwell Caulfield is to stand down after only a year in the role. In the rural soap, Caulfield's character Mark recently resolved to leave the village and start afresh with his first wife Faye Lamb (Kim Thomson). However, during the second week of January, his actions soon catch up with him when his second wife Natasha (Amanda Donohoe) rumbles his secret affair, setting off a chain of events leading to his exit. An Emmerdale (more) »

- By Kris Green

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Uncanny Birthday Suits

23 November 2009 7:30 AM, PST | FilmExperience | See recent FilmExperience news »

Celebrating cinematic folk, born on this day 11/23. Get out your kazoos.

Franco, Maxwell and Harpo. Half of the fun of building these posts

is these completely nonsensical groupings!

1859 Billy the Kid, outlaw. I've always thought it a mystery as to exactly why people routinely idolize characters whom they would never want to meet in real life. Murderers, criminals, thieves, (especially gangsters)... they all get the silver screen pedestal treatment. Billy has been portrayed dozens of times and Val Kilmer, Emilio Estevez, Kris Kristofferson, Buster Crabbe and Paul Newman have all done the job.

1888 Harpo Marx I'm embarrassed to say this but I can never remember which Marx Bros is which. When I watch 30s comedies, I almost always select a screwball romance.

1892 Erté artist over whom wee Nathaniel obsessed, wanting a whole animated movie to spring forth from his theatrical illustrations of ladies in elaborate headdresses and fab gowns.

1913 Michael Gough, »

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Birthday Suits, That Girl Those Girls

21 November 2009 7:00 AM, PST | FilmExperience | See recent FilmExperience news »

1694 Voltaire, Enlightment philosopher, writer, progressive. Candide is his work that's most familiar to modern audiences having been filmed, adapted, and put on lists like this one as well as being adapted into a popular and oft-revived comic operetta. Kristin Chenoweth doing "Glitter and Be Gay" is theater heaven.

1912 Eleanor Powell, queen of tap. Broadway Rhythm it's got me Everybody...

1938 Marlo Thomas, That Girl. Yes, that one.

1941 Juliet Mills, Globe nominated film actress (Avanti!) best known for TV roles. She was a cougar before they had a word for it, marrying hunky Maxwell Caulfield when she was 39 and he was 21, before he'd even made Grease 2. They're still married, going on thirty years now. Today's generation might know her best as witchy Tabitha from her long campy run on daytime soap Passions.

1943 Brigitte Broch, favored production designer of both Baz Luhrmann (Romeo + Juliet, Moulin Rouge!) and Alejandro González Iñárritu (Powder Keg, »

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Maxwell Caulfield to leave 'Emmerdale'

5 November 2009 2:48 AM, PST | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - Movie News news »

Emmerdale actor Maxwell Caulfield is to leave the Yorkshire soap in the New Year, it has been announced. The 49-year-old, who plays bigamist Mark Wylde, will bow out of the show in the early part of January when his character's shady past catches up with him, sending shockwaves through the village. Caulfield said of his decision to leave: "I can't believe how fast my year in beautiful Yorkshire has flown by! But there was only so long Mark could keep those two women on the boil before he was the one getting burned! I'm confident the viewers will find this story gripping to the very end. Emmerdale is in great shape and I'll miss them all." He took the decision not to renew his contract upon the expiry of his original 12-month deal. However, the remainder of his screen relatives, including Kim Thomson (Faye Lamb) and Amanda Donohoe (Natasha (more »

- By Kris Green

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Thomson: 'Emmerdale has been a shock'

19 October 2009 5:02 AM, PDT | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - Movie News news »

Emmerdale newcomer Kim Thomson has admitted that she felt challenged by the soap's fast-paced schedule during her first weeks on set. The 49-year-old actress added that she is now embracing the speedy nature of serial drama after growing accustomed to playing Mark Wylde's (Maxwell Caulfield) first wife Faye Lamb on the ITV1 show. Thomson told the Sunday Mail: "It's my first soap and has been a shock. It's very fast in the studio, you get scripts at the last minute and work with multi-cameras. But I've got to the point where I love the fact it's so fast and I consistently play one character. "Soaps are incredibly popular and powerful, millions of people watch them, so I feel very lucky to have been given the opportunity to be in one." The star has previously secured work in the Us, including roles (more) »

- By Daniel Kilkelly

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Caulfield: 'Dales plot may get physical'

15 October 2009 3:42 AM, PDT | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - Movie News news »

Emmerdale star Maxwell Caulfield has claimed that one of the characters involved in his current love triangle plotline could suffer a physical injury. The 49-year-old's bigamist alter ego Mark Wylde will be seen kissing his first wife Faye Lamb (Kim Thomson) next week. Mark's current partner Natasha (Amanda Donohoe) had previously vowed to stand by him after learning about his secret marriage. In an interview with the Emmerdale website, Caulfield commented: "Mark is definitely playing with fire. This love triangle is going to result in somebody (more) »

- By Daniel Kilkelly

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Kim Thomson: 'Faye's not playing a game'

1 October 2009 7:32 AM, PDT | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - Movie News news »

Emmerdale actress Kim Thomson has said that she does not believe her character Faye Lamb is playing a game with her bigamist husband Mark Wylde (Maxwell Caulfield). She told Digital Spy on the rest carpet at this year's Inside Soap Awards: "I don't think she's playing a game. I see her as the wronged woman. He ran out and left her and then (more) »

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'Emmerdale' Preview: Cain calls in the cavalry

16 September 2009 11:30 AM, PDT | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - Movie News news »

Cain (Jeff Hordley) rumbles Faye's (Kim Thomson) intentions during Thursday night's episode of the Yorkshire soap and decides to call for backup. As the pair flirt in The Woolpack, a kiss ensues. Cain, however, notices Faye glance across the room to see if Mark (Maxwell Caulfield) was watching their moment and realises that Faye's playing him for a fool. (more) »

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'Emmerdale' Video: Ryan confronts Faye

20 July 2009 2:58 AM, PDT | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - Movie News news »

Frustrated when his mother Faye (Kim Thomson) tells another villager that she's a friend of the Wyldes, Emmerdale's Ryan Lamb (James Sutton) warns her about the dangers of moving into the same area as his father Mark (Maxwell Caulfield). Despite having taken a wad of cash from Mark and Natasha (Amanda Donohoe) to start a new life away from (more) »

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Dales' Wylde children speculate about reveal

9 July 2009 7:42 AM, PDT | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - Movie News news »

Emmerdale's Nathan and Maisie Wylde (Lyndon Ogbourne and Alice Coulthard) are living in ignorant bliss, completely unaware that they are illegitimate children to their bigamist 'father' Mark (Maxwell Caulfield). However, the truth about their dad's past will inevitably be exposed and send shockwaves through Home Farm, but not before Nathan befriends his secret half-brother Ryan Lamb (James Sutton). Ogbourne told Digital Spy at this year's Inside Soap Awards launch: "He becomes best friends with this guy who, to him, he doesn't know why he's becoming so close and yet the reveal... is that he's close in many more ways than (more) »

- By Kris Green

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'Emmerdale' Video: Natasha continues to punish Mark

30 June 2009 12:00 PM, PDT | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - Movie News news »

When Emmerdale's Maisie (Alice Coulthard) and Nathan Wylde (Lyndon Ogbourne) arrange for their mother Natasha's (Amanda Donohoe) diary to be cleared, she's furious to learn the reason why. Recognising that their mother and father Mark's (Maxwell Caulfield) relationship has hit a bumpy patch - but not knowing the real reason why - they arrange a hotel break for them to spend some quality time together. Despite Natasha's protestations, the children don't take (more) »

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'Emmerdale' Video: Natasha learns the truth

19 June 2009 4:02 PM, PDT | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - Movie News news »

After a run-in with Cain Dingle (Jeff Hordley), Natasha Wylde's (Amanda Donohoe) suspicions about her husband Mark's (Maxwell Caulfield) past are piqued when she learns of his supposed 'other woman'. Taking matters into her own hands, Natasha goes to Mark's new flat which he recently 'invested' in and half expects it to be empty. However, she's dumbfounded when Faye (Kim Thomson) (more) »

- By Kris Green

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Donohoe: 'Fans are on Natasha's side'

13 June 2009 9:46 AM, PDT | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - Movie News news »

Emmerdale star Amanda Donohoe has claimed that viewers support her character Natasha Wylde. Fans of the ITV1 soap are aware that Natasha's husband Mark (Maxwell Caulfield) is a bigamist who recently began seeing his first wife Faye Lamb (Kim Thomson) again. In next week's episodes, the businessman's secrets will be exposed at last. Donohoe has now confirmed that she has experienced a positive response from the public since the storyline began earlier this year. Speaking to the Daily Record, the 46-year-old actress explained: "I've made a point of never playing Natasha as an out-and-out bitch, an over-the-top baddie, so people will be concerned for her and won't just laugh at (more) »

- By Daniel Kilkelly

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'Emmerdale' Video: Ryan arrives to stay with Faye

12 June 2009 4:02 PM, PDT | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - Movie News news »

James Sutton makes his much-anticipated Emmerdale debut as unemployed mechanic Ryan Lamb during Monday's episode. Having been laid off by his previous employer, Ryan arrives in Yorkshire to stay with his mother Faye (Kim Thomson) while he finds another job. Little does he know, however, that his mum has tracked down his father Mark (Maxwell Caulfield) - the man she believed to be dead for 27 years. Click (more) »

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Sutton: I couldn't turn 'Emmerdale' down

11 June 2009 3:40 AM, PDT | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - Movie News news »

Former Hollyoaks actor James Sutton has revealed that he couldn't turn down his new Emmerdale role. The 26-year-old, who starred as John Paul McQueen in the Chester soap, arrives in ITV's rural serial next week as Ryan Lamb, son of Faye Lamb (Kim Thomson) and Mark Wylde (Maxwell Caulfield). In an exclusive interview with Digital Spy, Sutton said of his role: "I've had quite a lot of contact with Emmerdale over the last year or so - I've had a few castings and met various people. This was the first part that came up that I was really interested in, though. It's a good story and I'm working with some fantastic people - I couldn't really turn that down. "It's a really good opportunity for me and I know I said that I wouldn't do another soap, but at the time, I probably didn't want to do another one. (more »

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Video: 'Emmerdale's James Sutton trailer

9 June 2009 9:28 AM, PDT | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - Movie News news »

Former Hollyoaks actor James Sutton arrives in Emmerdale next week as Mark Wylde's (Maxwell Caulfield) secret son Ryan Lamb. With his mother Faye (Kim Thomson) still married to Mark - the man who she believed to be dead for the past 27 years - she stuns him into silence with the news that she gave birth to Ryan quite soon after he disappeared. As Ryan arrives in the Dales to stay with his mother, Mark's past is beginning to catch up with him at an alarming pace. Little does (more) »

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Behind the scenes with James Sutton at 'Emmerdale'

8 June 2009 10:00 PM, PDT | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - Movie News news »

Former Hollyoaks actor James Sutton makes his screen debut in Emmerdale next week as Faye Lamb's (Kim Thomson) son Ryan. A mechanic by trade, Ryan Lamb arrives in the Dales after being made redundant from his previous job and hopes to spend some time with his mother while he secures new employment. Unbeknown to Ryan, however, Faye has made contact with his father Mark Wylde (Maxwell Caulfield) - a man who she believed to have been dead for the past 27 years. Having never seen his dad, Ryan finds himself talking to Mark thinking that he's his mother's new boyfriend. Just how long will Ryan's paternity remain a secret? Speaking (more) »

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Maxwell Caulfield cries over 'Emmerdale'

24 May 2009 1:26 AM, PDT | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - Movie News news »

Emmerdale star Maxwell Caulfield has admitted that he often feels genuine sadness over his soap plots. The actor confirmed that he regularly considers his real-life emotional experiences when filming scenes as Mark Wylde on the ITV1 show. Speaking to the Sunday Mirror, Caulfield explained: "This show makes me [cry] bi-weekly. Mark is being put through the mangle. I get genuinely sad sometimes. "There's more sadness in your life as you get older as more people have passed away and as more pets are cremated and buried at the end of the garden, so there's more (more) »

- By Daniel Kilkelly

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'Emmerdale' star 'loves' Yorkshire life

23 May 2009 6:16 AM, PDT | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - Movie News news »

Emmerdale star Maxwell Caulfield has revealed that he is in love with the Yorkshire countryside. The actor, who plays Mark Wylde, confirmed that he has developed a newfound appreciation for nature since joining the Leeds-based soap. Speaking to the Yorkshire Evening Post, Caulfield revealed: "I just love the countryside. The spring in Yorkshire has been beautiful. All the lambs and the baby rabbits and the birds. "My wife and I have become fascinated with the red kites that circle around Harewood. They're beautiful (more) »

- By Daniel Kilkelly

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