Robin Wright House of Cards
She's not happy about it.
Happy Birthday, Robin Wright! The "House of Cards" star turns 49 on April 8, and we want to celebrate. The American actress
All hail TV's most stylish First Lady! "House of Cards" star Robin Wright covers the April 2015 issue of Vanity Fair and
We're days away from descending upon the Underwood-run White House in "House of Cards" Season 3, where Claire and Frank will
** WARNING: Spoilers Ahead. Please don't read on unless you've watched "House Of Cards" Season 2, Episode 3, or if you don't
** WARNING: Spoilers Ahead. Please don't read on unless you've watched "House Of Cards" Season 2, Episode 2, or if you don't
For a highly anticipated red carpet TV premiere, only the most fashionable of outfits will do. So when Kate Mara and co-star
Sometimes smashing a sink faucet with a hammer is just smashing a sink faucet with a hammer. At other times, as in the finale of House Of Cards' first season, it means a whole lot more. Blunt force might silence a dripping faucet, but it doesn't stop the underlying problem. Frank is surely going to find this out.
In these final episodes of the first season, House Of Cards has that feeling of last-minute panic. Everything is on the verge of crumbling and Frank's future looks bleak. Out of the blue waltzes Major Dad himself -- yes, Gerald McRaney -- and we have yet another wild card in the mix.