Actor Kevin Spacey has been charged with four counts of sexual assault against three men, the Crown Prosecution Service said.
Tina Fey and Amy Poehler were asked during their Netflix event: "Who is the most famous person to ever hit on you?"
Experts say the move could have a bearing on the criminal case with the actor seeking access to a phone which he says could support his innocence.
Men from all walks of life reveal to Yahoo News how they navigate the gray areas around consent and relationships.
The former "House of Cards" star is set to appear in a Massachusetts court to face a criminal charge that he sexually assaulted an 18-year-old male.
The former President called on more women being elected to public office after a string of sexual harassment claims made against high-profile men.
The Old Vic says it has received 20 allegations of inappropriate behaviour made against former artistic director Kevin Spacey. In a statement, the London theatre said it "truly apologises" for "not creating an environment or culture where people felt able to speak freely" and announced a "commitment to a new way forward". It comes following an investigation into Spacey's conduct while he was artistic director at the venue between 2004 and 2015.
Nigel Farage could be about to hit Hollywood as a major TV series about Brexit is reportedly in the works. The £60m, six-part series is based on the book ‘The Bad Boys of Brexit’ by Ukip donor and Brexit campaigner Arron Banks. Mr Farage was a key player in the EU Referendum campaign and Sherlock star Benedict Cumberbatch is said to be one of the front-runners to play him.
Poor old Sarah Harding was widely panned by the tabloids after being hauled off stage right in the middle of Ghost’s most iconic scene this week. But she’s not the only celebrity who’s had a spot of bother while treading the boards. From mobile phone meltdowns to heckling thespians, these are some of the awkward things that can happen when you’re doing things totally live.
According to an interview in the Express, Dobbs reckons it’s doable, and notes other successes that’ve recently managed the smooth transition. Plus Robin Wright is incredible as the First Lady, so seeing her take a leap to President or go it alone would be great to see.
In the excellent fourth season of the Netflix series, we get to see a little bit of everything from President Underwood, and he throws in a new twist: terror. House of Cards is an excellent political drama, from every sketchy promise to every politician laid by the wayside if they cross Underwood, played again magnificently by Kevin Spacey. A primary focus of the season is the continued fallout of the very newsworthy story of Frank’s murderous and corrupt rise to the Presidency, which results in him being shot and hospitalized, forcing his semi-bumbling VP to take charge for a couple of weeks, and then manipulating everything so that his new running mate can be none other than the second most manipulative person in the country: the First Lady, Claire Underwood.
<p>Claire Underwood, The First Lady of the United States makes her way back to the small screen along with her husband President Frank Underwood. Yes, season four of Netflix’s critically acclaimed political drama <b>House Of Cards</b> has finally arrived on the streaming service. To celebrate, we’ve rounded up our favourite witticism’s and cynical remarks from one of the most dangerous women on TV (thanks to Robin Wright). Here are The First Lady’s best lines from the first <b>three seasons. </b> </p>
Frank Underwood is back to doing what he does best - manipulating people in his favour only to leave them high and dry. Season four of Netflix’s critically acclaimed political drama House Of Cards has finally arrived on the streaming service. Following the complicated personal and profoundly professional life of President Francis Underwood, season four promises to be packed with gripping story-lines and even more drama (if that’s even possible, after the way season three ended) from Frank and co. On top of that, expect more cynicism and wittiness from Kevin Spacey’s Machiavellian villain.
The Underwood household has definitely found itself in turmoil after Claire’s shocking decision to leave her husband in the final moments of the third season of House of Cards. “We had a future until you started destroying it,” Frank fires back.
A week ago, Netflix released what appears to be the latest trailer for its original series House of Cards. The show, reaching its fourth season, will be back with thirteen new episodes on the 4th of March, simultaneously to the start of the race for the American general election that will declare the new president of the United States. The trailer follows a series of campaign-ad like style videos portraying Kevin Spacey in the role of Frank Underwood, current US president, seeking re-election. ...
House of Cards may not have won any awards at the Golden Globes last night, but that hasn’t stopped fans celebrating the latest teaser for season four of the smash hit political drama.
The American drama has recently given us two great examples of anti-heroes that are likely to be remembered and leave a cult image of themselves in the years to come. Tony Soprano and Don Draper (from Mad Man) are two great anti-heroes of previous shows.