We’ll have to wait a bit longer than usual for House of Cards Season 5 (though really, who couldn’t use a break from politics), and Netflix is helpfully here to fill the void. See for yourself in our first photos of the season, which reveal guest star Patricia Clarkson, returning Suicide Squad-mate Joel Kinnaman and more.
Just yesterday, we confirmed that House of Cards would move from its winter perch to premiere in April or beyond, and leave it to Frank Underwood to pull focus with a dramatic announcement. Season 5 is coming in May, and the first teaser somehow manages to make America bleak again.
Oft-stated throughout 2016 was the sentiment that even heightened political realities like House of Cards would find our real-life election far-fetched. Now, with inauguration looming, Season 5 has a bitter climate to debut against, and may not premiere until April (or later), per a recent shareholder report.
We don’t often look to Discovery for hard-hitting prestige drama, but their new Unabomber limited series Manifesto is certainly turning heads. Not only is Paul Bettany set to play the infamous bomber in a Kevin Spacey produced series, but so too has Sam Worthington signed on for a leading role.
The 2016 Emmy Awards have already given some much deserved accolades and a few head-scratchers, but at least a few saw this one coming. After many years under the radar, Rami Malek has finally hacked his way into taking home the statue for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama.
We’ve seen cats do almost everything in the movies. Fight evil witches, use human toilets, go on epic adventures, and become cryogenically frozen. Just when you thought you’d seen it all, you realize one essential movie of the cat genre was missing: a Kevin Spacey cat movie.
Tickled may very well be the craziest documentary we see this year, but Nine Lives is already gunning for the title of Most WTF Film of 2016 — it may even outdo Gods of Egypt in the bafflingly bonkers department. To wit: Here’s a new clip from the upcoming film, in which Kevin Spacey is stuck in the body of a cat and Christopher Walken is the only one who can communicate with him because he’s a cat whisperer. Yes, really.
President Underwood finally graced the House of Cards Season 4 campaign trail with a full trailer this week, and with only weeks to go before the March premiere, Frank has opened the books entirely. Not only has more blood been spilled in a new teaser, but so too does the full photo set reveal the many guest stars.
House of Cards fans have been patient enough in waiting for the Netflix drama’s fourth season trailer, and President Underwood remains every bit as hungry. At long last, Netflix has delivered our first real sneak peek, and things are about to get very, very uncomfortable between the President and First Lady.
House of Cards is certainly cutting it down to the wire, lacking a full trailer one month out from its March 4 debut, but that isn’t the only cut Frank Underwood has made over the years. Come, reminisce of another brutal murder in the President’s cabinet, as we count down to House of Cards Season 4.