Kevin Spacey is back as Frank Underwood in a holiday video
Among the many singular initiatives published on the web in these days of celebration, the most resounding is certainly the video posted by Kevin Spacey on his own YouTube channel where he plays again, for the first time since his dismissal from the tv series of Netflix House of Cards (aired in Italy on Sky Atlantic HD), the role of Frank Underwood, the fearsome (now former) president of the United States of America.
Just like its television counterpart, in this video, Spacey proves to be sneaky and mysterious, and while he is speaking is not clear whether it refers to his character or to the scandal of sexual abuse or harassment that has swept like an actor, he did dismiss from the cult series from Netflix, and has resulted in the elimination of her character from the storyline, despite being the protagonist, closing with a sixth reduced season (8 episodes instead of the usual 13) with the protagonist and his wife on the screen, Claire (played as always by Robin Wright).
Spacey at the end of the video reminds viewers, while wearing the ring, Frank, that you see the last season of the show: “to Me, you have actually seen die?” and, as the title of the video, “Let me be Frank”. Would like to refer to his return in the role of Frank? Really unlikely scenario, given the situation and the final end of the tv series that has seen the protagonist. A video of a defense against the accusations and "stable" in the past few months? Recall that after the scandal, many others in tv have made their courage to denounce other people and his role in All of the money in the world of Ridley Scott was taken by Christopher Plummer who has turned all of her scenes.
To posterity the arduous judgment. Here is the video:
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