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Robin Wright may enter Netflix’s “House of Cards”


By Sean O’Connell
Hollywoodnews.com: Netflix’s intriguing new original series “House of Cards” continues to add solid actors to its growing ensemble.

Robin Wright is the latest to potentially join Kevin Spacey in the political thriller that’s based on a British miniseries, THR reports. David Fincher plans to direct the premiere episode of “Cards,” which will stream exclusively for Netflix subscribers. Fincher also found a role for Wright in his “Girl With the Dragon Tattoo” remake, which will be in theaters in December.

As for “Cards,” Netflix agreed to pay $100 million for 26 episodes of the original series, “outbidding HBO, AMC and others for the [rights],” THR notes, adding that “Cards” will begin streaming in late 2012.

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