Ready for more treachery, betrayal, and Kevin Spacey direct-to-camera monologues? Well you’re in luck, because ‘House of Cards’ Season 2 officially became available — in its entirety — on Feb. 14. Find out how to watch below!
‘House Of Cards’ Season 2 Is Now Available On Netflix — Watch
When we last left Frank, the manipulative Congressman used had used sex, lies, manipulation, and murder to ascend to the Vice Presidency.
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In Season 2, Vice President Underwood will have to deal with a plethora of new issues once he takes office, like Zoe (Kate Mara) putting two and two together regarding Peter Russo’s (Corey Stoll) horrific murder, the corrupt Raymond Tusk (Gerald McRaney) blackmailing for political favors, and the mainstream media sniffing out Frank’s bad intentions and suspiciously strategic marriage to Claire (Robin Wright).
Robin Wright also recently spoke to Capitol File Magaizne and talked about this awesome show, check it out below!
Robin Wright on House of Cards season two:
Just wait. What we have in store for you guys… In [House of Cards Executive Producer] David Fincher’s words, “You will be tied and skinned.” We’re sworn to secrecy!
Robin Wright on playing Claire:
The only note that David Fincher ever gave me when we started the show was to be still. People were suggesting to base the character on Hillary Clinton or other strong women personas, and I didn’t want to do that. When we shot the first couple of scenes, David would come over to me and say, “Don’t move. Don’t move. Claire is a bust.” Now when I have the Claire clothes, the Claire hair, and say the Claire words, it just clicks. I’m completely and totally still [except with Kevin]. We’re so goofy. In between takes, we’re very goofy. We giggle a lot.
Sound up your alley? You’re in luck — all 13 new episodes are available as of Feb. 14, and you can watch them below:
What do you think, HollywoodLifers? Are you going to binge House of Cards?
— Shaunna Murphy