Netflix's hit political drama "House of Cards" will be returning for its third season and is already on its filming stage. Now fans are already rummaging some news and updates for what the upcoming season has to offer.
Actor Kevin Spacey who plays Francis J. "Frank" Underwood, the famous Democrat from South Carolina who was sworn into his presidency in the previous season, created a buzz when he guested on Comedy Central's "The Colbert Report."
He didn't appear there as himself but of his character's persona. Standing in the set, Spacey aka Frank Underwood spoke with Colbert with his signature deep, almost menacing, voice. The two exchanged dialogues wherein Colbert gave his thought of running for a position in Washington D.C. to which the character/actor replied, in an implied way, that he can't do so. more >>
Season 4 of the American political thriller television series, "Homeland" is set to premiere on Oct. 5. The season is also set to take place in Pakistan and Afghanistan, with Carrie Mathison being assigned to a dangerous assignment by the CIA.
A trailer for the fourth season was put out on YouTube and it shows Carrie in charge of a ground operation in Pakistan. Having seen the bad guys' movements, she receives a call from Saul saying that he has confirmed the target and will commence on Carrie's orders. She confirms the order and gets in a car while a missile seemingly blows up the bad guys, with Carrie watching the explosion from the side-view mirror of the car.
The video features Lorde's "Everybody Wants to Rule the World" which was also the track used in the "Hunger Games: Catching Fire" as a soundtrack. more >>
Successor of the massively-popular Nickelodeon animated TV series "Avatar: The Last Air Bender," "The Legend of Korra" will now return for its fourth season in a still unannounced release date.
Considered to be the show's final season, "Legend of Korra" Book 4's title has been finally revealed by Nickelodeon. In the network's official Twitter account, they posted up a picture which read "Book Four: Balance"
"Start preparing your mind, body, and soul for #LegendOfKorra Book 4," the caption read. more >>
The fourth season of the highly-acclaimed political espionage thriller "Homeland" will be returning to Showtime on Oct. 5, 2014 and will feature 12 all new episodes. The majority of the scenes are set in Islamabad and Kabul, according to reports.
Season 4 will also see the return of the main and recurring cast including Claire Daines (as Carrie Mathison), Rupert Friend (as Peter Quinn), Mandy Patinkin (as Saul Berenson), Tracy Letts (as Andrew Lockhart), David Marciano (as Virgil), Corey Stoll (as Sandy Backman) and more others.
With the newest footage released by Homeland's YouTube Channel, fans and viewers who are eagerly waiting were able to caught a glimpse of what the show will be when it resume. In the trailer, it reveals that Carrie, the newly appointed Station Chief in Afghanistan, is back for another mission after a missile strike misses its target and kills a group of civilians instead. more >>
One of the most talked-about dating couple in the gossip world right now is the relationship between "The Vampire Diaries" lead actor Ian Somerhalder and "Twilight" actress Nikki Reed. The couple is allegedly "moving at bullet speed" as the two are already in the talks of getting engaged.
Perhaps the most "affected" of the love scenario is TVD co-star Nina Dobrev (Elena Gilbert). Reed has reportedly been showing up on the set of the TV show while at the same time hanging out with his ex-lover during breaks in shooting.
The new fiancé and ex-flame were often "seen pretending to be BFFs while secretly muttering curse words at each other," according to Celeb Dirty Laundry. more >>
"Duck Dynasty" star Phil Robertson has spoken out about the plight of AIDS in homosexual communities and called it God's "penalty" for their behavior.
"God says, 'One woman, one man,' and everyone says, 'Oh, that's old hat, that's that old Bible stuff,'" Robertson told Tony Perkins, the head of the Family Research Council in a new interview. "But I'm thinking, well let's see now. A clean guy – a disease-free guy and a disease-free woman – they marry and they keep their sex between the two of them. They're not going to get chlamydia and gonorrhea, and syphilis and AIDS. It's safe."
"To me, either it's the wildest coincidence ever that horrible diseases follow immoral conduct or it's God saying, 'There's a penalty for that kind of conduct.' I'm leaning towards there's a penalty toward it," Robertson added. more >>