profishingrods.com
profishingrods.com September 22, 2018


House of Cards Season 6 teaser: It’s Claire Underwood’s turn

09 July 2018, 05:12 | Regina Holmes

‘House of Cards’ has a July 4th message from the new president

‘House Of Cards’ Offers July 4th Message From The New President Underwood

Netflix made a decision to go forward with the show with Robin Wright's Claire in the lead, bumping her up to main character after remaining in Frank's shadow for five seasons. In the House of Cards: Sixth Season promo, President Underwood says "Happy Independence Day, to me". Check it out below.

House of Cards season 6 will arrive on Netflix sometime this year.

Golden Globe victor and Emmy Award nominee Robin Wright returns as Claire Underwood, the President of the United States in the series.

Robin Wright has been playing Claire Underwood since the very first episode, and she's been nominated for three Emmys for her sterling work.




Wright, 52, added: "Kevin and I knew each other between action and cut and in between setups where we would giggle".

But this is what Guthrie did not ask Wright about: allegations, like the ones contained in a November 3 CNN report, that the set in Maryland where "House of Cards" was filmed was "toxic" with Spacey's abusive and predatory sexual behavior.

Since Rapp's allegation, more than 15 men have come forward with sexual misconduct allegations against Spacey, who is being investigated in multiple cases by the London police. The start of the series was forced to deal with a number of allegations against star Kevin Spacey, which led in turn to his eventual dismissal.

A teaser video for season six was posted to Instagram and Twitter on the official House of Cards pages on - fittingly - 4th July.



Other News

Trending Now

Trump’s trade war: what is it and which products are affected?
German Chancellor Angela Merkel, seeking to avoid a trade war, has expressed support for eliminating the EU's auto tariffs. A trade dispute between the USA and China escalated on Friday, but Wall Street focused on a solid jobs report instead.

Pompeo: Sanctions Remain Until NKorea's 'Final' Denuclearization
Pompeo, however, bluntly said there is "no difference" between the extensive descriptor and the simplified version. A meeting between Mr Pompeo and Kim Jong-un later on Saturday was expected but not certain, U.S. officials said.

Bill Shine, Formerly of Fox, Named White House Communications Director
The reports prompted two of Shine's critics in the right-wing media world to resurface the Ailes-era allegations against Shine. President Trump has formally named former Fox News co-president Bill Shine as White House deputy chief of staff.

Euphoria unchained as England breeze into semi-finals
Virtually from kickoff, Sweden sent long passes forward to tall striker Ola Toivonen and looked for a flick-on. Sterling's movement was very good, though, causing Sweden's slow defense problems throughout.

U.S. Service Member Killed In 'Apparent Insider Attack' In Afghanistan
The incident marks the first combat fatality for the US military in Afghanistan since April 30, and the third there this year. They did not indicate a specific location where the attack occurred.

Google Duplex could soon take over call centres
Google in recent weeks invited tech journalists out to restaurants on both coasts to put Duplex through the paces in that setting. Earlier this year, Google Cloud Speech-to-Text received a major overhaul focused on optimizing phone call transcription uses.

Vettel plays down neck concerns for British Grand Prix
The rest of the top 10 was completed by Daniel Ricciardo, Kevin Magnussen, Romain Grosjean, Charles Leclerc and Esteban Ocon. Lewis Hamilton put his Mercedes on pole position for the British Grand Prix with a scintillating final lap.

Russian Federation celebrates team's run despite World Cup exit
Sadly for Fox and soccer fans, there's a few days of World Cup silence until France take on Belgium on July 10 and then England v. The national team has been gaining followers and drawing increasing political attention from government leaders with every win.

Croatia explodes with joy as team reaches World Cup semis
Croatia. "I was 14 when we won the World Cup , I was living in a pub in Maghull with my family and I remember it well". The Mirror says FA chiefs are confident Southgate will snub any big club job if he is head-hunted after the World Cup.

Japan cult leader's hanging closes chapter on shocking crime
Aum Shinrikyo followers chant before a portrait of guru Shoko Asahara on July 19, 1999, at Aum's Adachi office in Tokyo . Asahara, who founded Aum in 1987, said that the United States would attack Japan and turn it into a nuclear wasteland.