Kevin Spacey’s sexual misconduct allegations appeared to become a dying knell for House of Cards, a Netflix series which was nearing the finish of their run anyway. Production around the final season continues to be on hiatus within the last several days, however a new letter sent by Media Legal rights Capital (acquired by Deadline) towards the cast and crew reveals that the organization continues to be dealing with Netflix with “anticipation of resuming production soon.”
The letter details that employees is going to be compensated yet another two days because the talks still move perfectly into a resolution, a production schedule without Kevin Spacey. There’s nothing definitive within the letter pointing to some date, consider the crew is going to be compensated until December eighth in compliance using the letter, the organization offers to offer an update before this.
Kevin Spacey’s sexual misconduct allegations started when Star Wars: Discovery actor, Anthony Rapp accused the lengthy-time Hollywood star of attempting to pressure themself on him following a party in Spacey’s Manhattan apartment. Rapp was just 14 during the time of the incident. Since that time, Spacey’s accuser list is continuing to grow to 15 people.
More about this story because it develops.