Posted on Wednesday, January 28th, 2015 by Angie Han
In the past few weeks, Kevin Spacey has picked up both a Golden Globe and a SAG Award for House of Cards, on which he plays a politician who’ll manipulate, blackmail, screw, and murder anyone to get to the top. Needless to say, it’s a pretty heavy affair, and it’s totally understandable if Spacey wants to do something a little lighter with his time off.
So Spacey is now set to star in Nine Lives, a high-concept comedy in which he’ll play a man who turns into a cat. Yes, you read that right. Barry Sonnenfeld is directing. Get details on the Kevin Spacey cat movie after the jump. Read More »
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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 »
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 »
Elvis Presley has been portrayed by many actors over the decades since his death in 1977. That doesn’t make the idea of seeing Michael Shannon play the singer any less head-turningly odd. Pair him with Kevin Spacey as Richard M. Nixon and you might have something really… weird. The two actors have been cast in Elvis & Nixon, which is inspired by the unlikely photo op that resulted in the photo above, taken in 1977. 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 »
Warner Bros has released a trailer for Horrible Bosses 2, the comedy sequel reuniting Jason Bateman, Charlie Day, Jason Sudeikis, Jennifer Aniston, Jamie Foxx, and Kevin Spacey. Basically, more of the same. Hit the jump to watch the Horrible Bosses 2 teaser trailer.
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Posted on Monday, March 3rd, 2014 by Angie Han
For the last few years, one of the highlights of the Academy Awards night has been what comes after the Academy Awards. Namely, Jimmy Kimmel‘s post-Oscar spoof of Hollywood filmmaking at its grandest. This year was no exception.
After knocking it out of the park two years in a row with Movie: The Movie and its inevitable sequel, he switched gears this year to bring us highfalutin Oscar bait trailers starring the likes of Meryl Streep, Tom Hanks, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, and Ben Kingsley… based on the likes of YouTube classics “David After Dentist,” “Keyboard Cat,” and “Charlie Bit My Finger.” Check ‘em all out after the jump.
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Briefly: The second season of House of Cards won’t hit Netflix for another ten days, but a third season is already a definite. The show has just been renewed by Netflix, so exec producers David Fincher and Beau Willimon have a mandate to go back to work. Not that this is a surprise, given that Netflix execs have pledged to continue the show. But it’s good to know that we’ll have thirteen more hours of Kevin Spacey as power-hungry politician Frank Underwood, and (even more so) Robin Wright as Underwood’s iron-willed wife. [LAT]