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He’s sitting sideways in an armchair framed by a large window and his gaze is directed high towards the wall on my right. The slickness vanishes when Spacey talks, but it’s a neat fit for his latest role, as a malign Washington power broker in House of Cards, a superb American remake of the 1990 British TV series, based on Michael Dobbs’s novels.

The original starred Ian Richardson as the Machiavellian Tory whip Francis Urquhart, master of the art of the malicious leak, with a catchphrase that has entered the language: “You might say that, I couldn’t possibly comment.” Richardson’s Urquhart has become Spacey’s Francis Underwood, his accent adjusted from upper-class English to the formal manners of the Deep South to give a similar musical cadence to the delicious asides to camera that marked out Andrew Davies’s original BBC adaptation. Spacey’s Southern accent delivers wit laced with poison in tones that both recall and reinvent Urquhart. When I carve him up and toss him to the dogs, only then will he confront that brutal inescapable truth: ‘My God, all I ever amounted to was chitlins.’” In real life, Spacey’s speech patterns would require elaborate stage directions.

David is David Fincher, the brilliant director of Fight Club and The Social Network, who first directed Spacey in Se7en back in 1995.

Beau is Beau Willimon, the playwright who turned his play Farragut North (loosely based on his experiences working on Democratic campaigns) into the screenplay for The Ides of March, a political drama starring George Clooney.

The 32-year-old actress is playing The Invisible Woman in the Fantastic Four’s latest big-screen outing.

In real life, however, she is very much on our radar – and she and her sister Rooney have set their hearts on finding a script that will showcase both their talents ‘From the moment I knew that acting was something you could do as your job, it was the only thing I ever wanted,' said Kate Mara who plays superheroine Sue Storm (The Invisible Woman) in the Fantastic Four Kate Mara is a tough nut to crack.

When he’s passed over for Secretary of State in episode one, Underwood turns to tell us about the man who got the job in his stead. He uses unusual rhythms, stresses unexpected words, snaps his fingers loudly on the beat of others to emphasise them, accelerates into sudden abrupt answers, or slows into languid dissections, engages then disengages. He delineates the genesis of the project in a series of beats: “Eric mentioned it to David, then David took it and ran with it.

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