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Kevin Spacey Continues to 'Fiercely' Guard His Private Life


In a new interview in The Hollywood Reporter, Kevin Spacey shuts down discussion of his private life:

Spacey, whose only permanent home is in London, fiercely guards his private life. In fact, his affable demeanor shuts off the moment he is asked about it. This might date back to a 1997 Esquire profile that infamously suggested Spacey was gay. He later denied the characterization, and his agency at the time, William Morris, vehemently discouraged its clients from cooperating with the publication."Let's let people live their lives and do it the way they want to do it," he says now. "All the chips will fall in the end, and we'll all be judged by a much higher power than Entertainment Weekly can."

This is consistent with what Spacey has said for years. In 2010 in an interview with Kevin Sessums, Spacey suggested that asking him he's gay is a form of bullying, adding:

"I don't live a lie. You have to understand that people who choose not to discuss their personal lives are not living a lie. That is a presumption that people jump t...I am different than some people would like me to be. I just don't buy into that the personal can be political. I just think that's horseshit. No one's personal life is in the public interest. It's gossip, bottom line. End of story. Now some people feed that. They'll go to the trendy restaurants where all the photographers are and then bitch about being famous. But if you don't want to feed that and you want your life to be based around what your work is then it ends there."

What To Watch This Week on TV: Denis O'Hare Creeps Out 'Rake,' Linda Cardellini Guests On 'New Girl' - VIDEO


Check out our weekly guide to make sure you're catching the big premieres, crucial episodes and the stuff you won't admit you watch when no one's looking.

— Whether he's murdering newscasters as the gay Vampire King on True Blood or collecting corpses in his freaky doll attic on American Horror Story, Denis O'Hare certainly has a thing for playing the unhinged. He'll bring his twisted charm to Fox's new show Rake (starring Greg Kinnear) Thursday at 9 p.m. Eastern. Oh, and he'll be playing a cannibal, because of course he will.

More picks and clips, including a new season of a Netflix favorite and scandal at Downton AbbeyAFTER THE JUMP...

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Spacey Rises in New 'House of Cards' Trailer: VIDEO


Netflix put out a new trailer for the highly-anticipated return of House of Cards today which examines Frank Underwood's rise to power. The new season hits on Valentine's Day.


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The Season 2 'House of Cards' Trailer is Here: VIDEO


Kevin Spacey's Frank Underwood is now the Vice President in Season 2 of Netflix's House of Cards, which received four Golden Globe nominations yesterday to add to its collection of PGA, WGA, and SAG award nods.

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Five Ways This Sunday's Emmy Awards May Surprise You


Even the most staid awards shows have a few tricks up their sleeves, and this year's Primetime Emmy Awards are no different. Before you tune in to Sunday's broadcast (8 p.m. Eastern on CBS), check out these five ways in which this year's ceremony, hosted by Neil Patrick Harris, may surprise you.


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Towleroad Guide to the Tube #1417


ONE DIRECTION BOOED: Lady Gaga has their back.

HITLER: Killed by a Mercedes. The car company isn't happy.

KEVIN SPACEY: Tells TV networks to give control to viewers.

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