Does anyone else think that Dwayne Johnson’s blockbuster movies are starting to blur together a little bit? Given that Johnson tends to play variations of the same character — the tough-as-nails and compassionate ex-military whatever — while things blow up around him, what matters most is the type of thing that’s blowing up. Sometimes they’re cars (The Fate of the Furious), sometimes parts of California (San Andreas), and sometimes monsters (Rampage). Don’t worry, though, because Johnson will really show off his range with his next film: this time, it’s a building that blows up. Oscar, please!
Oh, boy. If ever we wondered how House of Cards might make politics seem even darker than reality, they certainly found a way. Watch Frank and Claire plot decades into America’s future for our first full Season 5 trailer.
Netflix has been notably quiet on House of Cards Season 5, especially with a May premiere looming (already moved back from Q1). Appetite for political drama is understandably fickle these days, but get a new look at Season 5 with fresh photos and intel on how the Underwood administration will interact with Trump’s.
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.
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.
It’s been a good while since we’ve checked in with Frank Underwood and his increasingly fragile House of Cards, but with Season 4 confirmed for 2016, our erstwhile President has officially begun staffing up. Scream icon Neve Campbell will take a stab at House of Cards Season 4 in a regular new role, but who might need to brush up on their favorite scary movie?