Robin Wright on speaking to the camera in #HouseofCards: "We just decided, wouldn’t it be great if Claire was brutally honest and she shared her vulnerability and her insecurities — and her lies — with the audience?" https://t.co/1cTH1blSrO— Hollywood Reporter (@THR) November 3, 2018
- Wright talks about how Frank's trademark direct address becomes a tool for President Claire Underwood.
- "We just decided, wouldn’t it be great if Claire was brutally honest and she shared her vulnerability and her insecurities — and her lies — with the audience?"
- ICYMI: Kevin Spacey (Frank) was fired from the series over sexual assault allegations at the height of the #MeToo movement.
- The new season of House of Cards wastes no time tackling Frank's fate. [Spoiler (click to open)]He dead
- "The show has always been a meditation on and an exploration of complicity" said Frank Pugliese, writer and producer.
- Wright says: "I felt like I was not allowed to be looking into the camera at the end of season five. I was like, 'That’s not my place. I can’t do that.' Then, once you own it, you feel like you’re in the room with all of you. You really are complicit with me. And then it’s very freeing — the feeling of powerfulness."
- Final season is available now on Netflix.
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