If you’re like me, you’re busy binging your way through House of Cards season 3 (please, no spoilers) and are currently invested in the drama. I thought today would be a good time to highlight two new House of Cards videos which have been making their way across the interwebs.
The first is a House of Cards yellow and blue conspiracy theory video essay which attempts to prove that the show’s sophisticated look is actually just composed using a simple color formula. You might remember the orange/blue movie poster formula we highlighted almost six years ago — you weren’t able to look at movie posters the same afterwards, will you be able to watch House of Cards without noticing this simple composition breakdown?
The second video, linguists examine the history behind Frank Underwood’s accent and specifically why Kevin Spacey‘s accent in House of Cards sounds off. Watch the House of Cards yellow and blue video and the Frank Underwood accent video after the jump.
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Posted on Thursday, February 26th, 2015 by Angie Han
There are less than 24 hours to go until Netflix premieres the third season of House of Cards, meaning you’re running out of time if you still need to catch up or brush up on the first two seasons. Luckily, the Fine Bros. are here to help.
The fast-talking duo have put together a nine-minute House of Cards video recap that covers the past 26 episodes. You’ll have a hard time finding a more efficient way to get yourself up to speed. Watch it after the jump. Read More »
Netflix aired a second House of Cards Season 3 trailer during The Oscars on Sunday night.
President Underwood fights to secure his legacy. Claire wants more than being First Lady. The biggest threat they face is contending with each other.
You can watch the new House of Cards Season 3 trailer after the jump.
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Maybe you binge-watched all of the first season, but did you watch all of Season 2 of House of Cards? Me, neither. But this House of Cards season 3 trailer might make you regret passing on the second season, if only because it is appealing enough to suggest that it would be a really good idea to catch up before late February, when the new season premieres.
Some serious stuff obviously happened in the life of Frank Underwood (Kevin Spacey) over the course of the second season, and this trailer plays on a lot of it — plus the events of season 1 — to show people in a really dark place. It looks great. Check out the House of Cards season 3 trailer after the jump. Read More »
Posted on Wednesday, December 10th, 2014 by Angie Han
Some of the critics groups have given out their prizes already, but the race to the Oscar is just getting started. This morning Screen Actors Guild announced its list of nominees for the 2015 awards, with Birdman and House of Cards emerging as two big favorites.
For the most part they went as predicted, but there were also a few big surprises to keep us on our toes. Read the full list of 2015 Screen Actors Guild Awards nominations after the jump.
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Audiences don’t have to wait much longer to find out what happens in the life of the sinister politician Frank Underwood. House of Cards season 3 will be back February 27, 2015. Kevin Spacey and Robin Wright will be back as the story follows the Underwoods as they… well, that would be a spoiler.
A short teaser has been revealed to announce the House of Cards season 3 release date and you can check it out below. However, if you haven’t finished the second season, this contains a major spoiler. So be aware. But check out the House of Cards season 3 teaser below. Read More »
There’s one element of Netflix’s House of Cards that always makes an episode better. Not even going to tease it: that element is Freddy’s BBQ Joint. The scenes where Freddy (Reg E. Cathey) feeds ribs to Frank Underwood (Kevin Spacey) give the story not only a dash of authenticity, but also add character and pathos to Frank. (Plus, they make you hungry.) Now Omaze is making it possible for one lucky fan to eat barbecue with Spacey himself on the set of the show. Read more about the House of Cards BBQ contest below. Read More »
Posted on Sunday, February 23rd, 2014 by David Chen
Dave and Devindra discuss whether House of Cards is television or not, and share their reactions to the Guardians of the Galaxy trailer. Plus, Dave launches a Kickstarter to make a movie with Stephen Tobolowsky this year. Joanna Robinson joins us from Vanity Fair. Be sure to read why House of Cards doesn’t care what you think.
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Netflix dropped the entire 13-episode second season of House of Cards February 14 and immediately the race began. That’s the race to once again become engrossed in the world of Kevin Spacey’s character Frank Underwood; the race to avoid spoilers; and the race to see how fast you can finish. It turns out about 668,000 people – myself NOT included – finished the entire second season before the end of the first weekend. Now their long wait begins until the recently announced third season while the rest of us play catch-up.
Below, read some more stats about this week’s House of Cards viewing habits. Read More »