If consumers want art to be ethically created, they must put their financial support behind artists that align with those values. This is not an unreasonable demand. Artists can be good people — or, at the very least, not predators.
Trying to read the tea leaves on as unpredictable a situation as the one involving “House of Cards” following the firing of Kevin Spacey is a risky business. But while some have read a letter sent to Maryland crew members as a hopeful sign for life after Spacey, I think it could mean the opposite.
The production crew for “House of Cards,” which has been on hiatus after sexual misconduct allegations against actor Kevin Spacey, will be paid for an additional two weeks, according to an email from Media Rights Capital.
The speed with which disgrace can shred a distinguished career these days is dizzying. A few days ago, Kevin Spacey was one of the biggest stars in Hollywood. Today, his career in TV, film and, perhaps, even theater appears to be over.
Responding to another report of sexual assault and harassment by Kevin Spacey, the production company behind the Netflix hit “House of Cards” said it was “deeply troubled” by the allegations against the show’s star and executive producer.
Netflix has announced that it’s ending “House of Cards” after its upcoming sixth season. The news came amid sexual misconduct allegations made against Kevin Spacey, actor and star of the political drama.
Outside of Claire Underwood (Robin Wright), the women of "House of Cards" have generally been no match for the ambition, guile and mendacity of Francis J. Underwood (Kevin Spacey). But that looks as if it might be changing in Season 4, which arrives at 3 a.m. Friday on Netflix. Most major additions to the cast this cycle are women, and many of the actors who play them come with the kind of resumes and talent that put them in a league with Wright, if not Spacey.
WASHINGTON -- As if the line between entertainer and president was not blurred enough by Donald Trump¿s candidacy, Kevin Spacey came to Washington today for the unveiling at the Smithsonian of a portrait of President Francis J. Underwood, the character he plays in Netflix's "House of Cards."
We, like many binge-watchers, are counting the days until "House of Cards" returns to Netflix. (Update: Only 64 to go!) In the mean time, we'll stay busy by keeping in-real-life tabs on the man behind Frank Underwood, Kevin Spacey. Like his character, he seems to pop up in unexpected ways.