Fans are getting more and more excited for the premiere of "House of Cards" Season 4. Though the details of the show are confidential for now, a project casting for the show's extras have been posted online.
In their post, it was indicated that they are looking for extras for the final episode of the political drama's shoot. Since they are filming in Baltimore, Maryland, they are looking for locals to participate.
"Casting directors are looking for reporters, photographers, videographers, and boom operators to work on the upcoming scene," according to the post.
The casting details also indicated that they are looking for someone fresh and has not worked with them in the last two months.
Interestingly, the post also hinted that the production is near the completion of the season's shoot.
If this is so, there is a huge possibility that the show will air on the first quarter of 2016. It is expected to be one of the biggest premieres on Netflix.
Since they launched the show, Frank Underwood, played by Kevin Spacey, continued to captivate the public with his charm, ambition and intelligence.
In an interview, Spacey admitted that being out of the TV industry for about 10 years made him doubt if he could still fill in a character on film.
"The truth is that after 'American Beauty' came out, I found myself at a place where I had been on this sort of journey for about 12 years to see if I could fill the film career," the actor said.
He also said that when his theatre career ended, everyone thought it would be the end for him. Even after winning an Oscar, Spacey was very particular of the films he was participating in. He said he did not want to become like those actors and actresses who did roles just for the money.
"I wanted something different and I wanted something that challenged me in a uniquely complete way," he said.
He said he is very thankful for his theatre experience. Though he did not bag those blockbuster movies, he said the 12 years of preparation has led him to playing an iconic role in the "House of Cards."
"And I know now, as I sit here tonight, if I hadn't done a play or two every year for the last 12 years, if I hadn't worked for the directors I worked with, if I hadn't taken on the parts I had taken on, I would have never been ready for a role like Francis Underwood."