Netflix’s House of Cards gave us all a chilly surprise with the brief leak of Season 3 onto streaming platforms last week, but the coldest shoulder of all comes from Claire Underwood, by the latest teaser. She and President Underwood aren’t doing too well in taking their White House portraits, so might Season 3 spell doom for the First Couple?
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Frank Underwood didn’t exactly make it to the White House on honest terms, but ‘House of Cards’ season 3 has some explaining to do of its Netflix arrival. The Kevin Spacey political drama briefly made an appearance on Netflix’s streaming platforms well in advance of its February 27 premiere, so what does Francis have to say for himself?
Netflix may be abuzz with the arrival of Marvel’s ‘Daredevil,’ but the streaming service’s OG breakout anti-hero will retake the throne even sooner by ‘House of Cards’ season 3's February 27 debut. That said, the newest photos and motion poster for the Kevin Spacey political drama teases some dark times ahead for the Underwoods, however long they can hold onto the Presidency…
An afternoon update from our We Swear We’re Not Making This Up Desk: TheWrap reports that Kevin Spacey, Oscar-winner for ‘The Usual Suspects’ and ‘American Beauty,’ will next appear as the star of a comedy called ‘Nine Lives.’ The “high-concept comedy” is described thusly (and, again, we didn’t make this up):
As if Netflix extended its omnipotence to the Hollywood Foreign Press Association, the first ‘House of Cards’ season 3 trailer managed to strike just minutes after Kevin Spacey took home a Golden Globe for Francis Underwood. Speaking of that newly-crowned President, see the Underwoods begin their drama anew in our first look at the political drama’s 2015 run!
Netflix's 'House of Cards' seemed for a time that it might fold after two seasons, but Vice President Underwood has officially risen to the challenge. The political drama has released its first season 3 teaser, setting a February premiere date for Frank and Claire's presidential ascent, both literally, and figuratively.
Some ideas just aren’t cut out for sequels. ‘The Hangover’ was ingenious and hilarious—for one movie. But another ‘Hangover’? With the same guys? That doesn’t make a ton of sense. ‘The Blue Lagoon’ was striking and exotic. But a ‘Return to the Blue Lagoon’? More castaways? On the exact same deserted island? Sorry, no thanks. To the list of concepts that could not support a sequel but got one anyway, we can now add ‘Horrible Bosses 2,’ a flimsy retread of the 2011 comedy that had barely enough material to fill one film.
It's one of the most famous meetings in history, and it gave us one of the most iconic photographs of all time: the 1970 meeting of Elvis Presley and President Richard Nixon, the two posing as one hell of an unlikely pair. And now the story behind that photograph will be brought to the big screen, with Kevin Spacey portraying Nixon and Michael Shannon taking on the role of Elvis. Yes, Michael Shannon. Yes, Elvis. You are not dreaming. This is reality.
If you thought we wouldn't get to take pleasure in seeing Kevin Spacey's hilarious jerk of a boss steal at least one scene in 'Horrible Bosses 2,' think again. Universal has released the first official clip from the upcoming sequel, featuring Spacey's Dave Harken, in prison, delivering a lovely verbal smackdown to his former would-be killers.
Netflix's smash hit 'House of Cards' may be filled with some very serious material -- political machinations, murders, smoking, text messages -- which makes it a prime candidate for some big-time skewering. Enter 'Tonight Show' host Jimmy Fallon, who boasts a staggering Kevin Spacey impersonation and an attention for 'House of Cards' detail that's as impressive as it is amusing. What if we just moved 'House of Cards' into Rockefeller Center and it focused on the late-night game? It's 'House of Cue Cards,' and it's your new favorite show.