Robin Wright
Each of these women jumped into a scary new place at the center of a movie, as revealed at Sundance's Women Breaking Barriers panel.
After helming some of the best episodes of "House of Cards," the actress turns her attention to a predictable grief drama and survival story.
As Wright and Bichir explained to IndieWire at the Sundance studio, presented by Adobe, chopping wood isn't as easy as it looks.
The Focus Features film and Sundance premiere couldn't afford real bears on set. However, there were plenty back at her trailer.
Wright's big screen filmmaking debut follows her acclaimed directing work on Netflix's "House of Cards."
Wright will also star in the film, from a script by "The Post" scribe Liz Hannah and Jesse Chatham.
The series finale of "House of Cards" is dividing fans. Here's why executive producers Frank Pugliese and Melissa James Gibson ended the show this way.
If "House of Cards" is still the representative of Netflix originals, its ending exposes far more questions for the service than it answers for the series.
The showrunners and cast reveal what did and didn't change for the final season after last fall's shake-up.
The final, Spacey-free farewell for the series begins on November 2.
Claire Underwood's husband will no longer hold her back.
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