Apart from Frank Underwood’s preening for the campaign, or trip down memory lane (rail?), House of Cards Season 4 has kept curiously behind-curtain ahead of its March 4 premiere. No longer, as both Frank and Claire are out of hiding for the first Season 4 photos, though tellingly not together.
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The Golden Globes could probably do with a bit of thinning out, and who better than the most murderous of Hollywood elite? Yes, Frank Underwood reminds you of his many misdeeds in a bid for the presidency from the latest House of Cards Season 4 promo.
It sounds too absurd to be true: the King of Rock and Roll showing up at the White House asking President Nixon for his own federal agent badge. This is the stuff of fan-fiction or a goofy ‘SNL’ sketch, right? Nope, the proof is in the photograph. On December 21, 1970, Elvis Presley arrived at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue requesting a meeting with President Richard Nixon. We’ve seen the photo of the two posing together in the Oval Office, but what exactly happened in that meeting? The latest from Amazon Studios brings that story to the big screen in ‘Elvis & Nixon,’ and now we have our very first look.
It’s astonishing to think we’ve reached a point where the GOP race makes Kevin Spacey’s murder-drawled Frank Underwood seem like a safe choice for president, so let’s all bask in the sweet, sweet delusional refuge that is House of Cards Season 4. The first teaser has arrived, to liven up the 2016 race, simultaneously setting the official March Netflix premiere.
The 2015 Emmy Awards have already taken some wild swings, but everyone saw this one coming. After many years without recognition, Mad Men star Jon Hamm has finally taken home the statue for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama. He didn't even need to devise a world-renowned Coke commercial
Colbert fever will hit an all-time high over the next week as CBS gears up for the star-studded first week of The Late Show With Stephen Colbert, and the second shows no signs of stopping. Everyone from Lupita Nyong’o to Willie Nelson to GOP hopeful Bernie Sanders are on board, covering an even broader range of guests.
Netflix's House of Cards seems tailor-made for the intricacy of American politics, but did you know the series originated in the U.K., or as a book before that? Or that much of the series subs in Baltimore, Maryland for Washington D.C.? Mind the train tracks for our 17th episode of ‘You Think You Know TV?,’ which claws up the political food chain for Netflix's House of Cards!
Netflix made its first original film acquisition a few months ago with Cary Fukunaga’s Beasts of No Nation, which will also mark the company’s first theatrical release. Following in their footsteps, Amazon has also stepped their game up, acquiring the distribution rights to the upcoming film Elvis and Nixon, starring Michael Shannon and Kevin Spacey.
What, you thought Netflix was going to be the one to drag Frank Underwood out of the White House? The House of Cards may fall some day, but the streaming giant has officially voted to reelect its Kevin Spacey political drama for a fourth run in 2016. Mind the subway platform.
Wait, is Kevin Spacey actually Johnny Carson now? Did no one tell me? When did this happen? Should we be afraid? Is he going to take over a late night show now.