Netflix ends House of Cards amid sex claim against Kevin Spacey

01 Novembre, 2017, 00:59 | Auteur: Sue Barrett
  • Anthony Rapp claims Kevin Spacey tried to seduce him when he was 14 years old

The final season, which is currently in production, will consist of 13 episodes and will premiere in 2018. Coming out can even fuel a career renaissance.

This conflation is precisely the type of manipulation to which our community has become acutely attuned, and we won't stand for it.

On Monday, reactions to the allegations and Spacey's response came from across an industry roiled by allegations against Harvey Weinstein and other prominent figures.

News of the ending comes less than 24 hours after Spacey responded publicly to allegations that he made unwanted sexual advances on 14-year-old actor in 1986.

Starring alongside Robin Wright, Spacey is also executive producer of the platform's flagship series, which is adapted from a BBC drama of the same name and has earned 46 Emmy nominations and Golden Globes for its lead couple. "As previously scheduled, Kevin Spacey is not working on set at this time", Netflix had said. Furthermore, Spacey seems to be grabbing onto language of a movement he's long dismissed. But Spacey's apology, including the announcement that he's gay, has sparked a firestorm of additional controversy.

Actor Kevin Spacey is apologizing after he was accused of sexual conduct involving a teenage boy.

Moreover, Netflix is so far away from completing season six, it will reportedly not be released until the middle of next year. But the latching also does harm. "The surprise is the lack of surprise".

Netflix did not immediately respond to a requst for comment.

No word yet on Spacey's other Netflix project, a biopic about Gore Vidal titled Gore. That might be canceled as well now that these allegations have come to light.

It won't work. For one, coming out has changed since 2004.

8 22 via Sony/TriStar despite Anthony Rapp's recent allegations against the two-time Oscar-winning actor. And all the rest. Late Sunday, the House of Cards star issued a public apology, though he said he didn't remember the incident. They are the story.

Rapp now says he's speaking out because there's been too much silence surrounding such stories.