Kevin Spacey posted a strange Christmas video in which he played his former character Frank Underwood from House of Cards. In the video, Spacey interviews Tucker Carlson (who previously interviewed Viktor Orban): They also talk about Netflix and the 2024 US presidential election, He writes In variety.
Spacey and Carlson reflected on the fact that Spacey is always on Netflix when the streaming service's “tudum” sound sounds. Spacey, remaining in character, strongly agreed, then expressed his incomprehension that after that, “it's strange that they decided to… [a Netflix]They are publicly cutting ties with me because of allegations that have been proven false,” he said
“There's no doubt that Netflix exists because of me. I put them on the map.”
Spacey played power-hungry Frank Underwood on House of Cards for six seasons, but after allegations of sexual misconduct, Netflix fired him from the show. The actor was acquitted of the charges in 2022 and 23.
Spacey, as Underwood, also hinted that he would run for president in 2024. But he added: “We need someone in the White House who isn't as afraid as I am.”
Spacey remained in the role of Underwood throughout the seven-minute interview: Carlson asked him, for example, when he would “come back,” and Spacey said he was doing just that in this interview. Underwood was killed off in Season 6 of the Netflix hit, and Spacey has been bringing her back since 2018 in several bizarre videos.