Swap a Deck card for an Expansion card before playing for points (Easier: Player's choice/Harder: Dealer's choice). The Expansion card holds the same point value as the card being replaced.
For leveling, add an Expansion to the Deck cards being used (you can still use another player's device for swapping as shown above). Added Expansion cards hold no point value.
Draw a card by clicking the right arrow next to the card.
For Genre cards, simply draw until the desired genre displays.
Cards display at random, so it's conceivable that a card could appear twice in succession; if so, simply draw again.
Expansion Pack Solitaire
Draw one People and one Genre, then play them according to the variation of your choice.
Use the Combo option to draw cards at random, naming as many names/titles as you can.
To increase the challenge, set a time limit!
About the Expansion Pack
The full Deck is deliberately crafted such that each card reaches back to at least the 1970's and forward to present day, based on the actors (and occasionally franchises) involved. As such, it is evergreen, and accommodates players of widely disparate ages and taste.
The Expansion Pack complements the Deck in two ways. First, it includes films that released and actors whose stars have risen since publication, as well as those who (while worthy) did not fit into the Deck's proprietary structure. Second, its design serves as a helpful prompt for beginners and more casual moviegoers.
The Expansion Pack currently includes items through April 2016, and contains 114 cards.
As always, you can play using movies that have come out since then as well, right up to present day.