Kevin Spacey and Robin Wright have been making the interview rounds ahead of the release of season two of “House of Cards” tomorrow, and are talking about the significance of the hit online-only show’s success.
“I think it underscores that people like to be in control,” Spacey said. “Like treating your entertainment like it’s a novel. You pick it up when you want to pick it up, you put it back on the shelf when you want to put it down.”
Spacey added that he hopes that in season two, more talk will focus on the actual show rather than the platform it’s delivered in.
And his on-screen wife noted HOC is “revolutionary,” and that it has taken a huge bite out of piracy.
Wright became a bigger part of the revolution last month, becoming the first actress to win a Golden Globe for an online-only show.
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