Having been off the air since 2011, David is bringing back 'Curb Your Enthusiasm' to HBO for a ninth season.
Comedy writer, actor and stand-up performer David has had a standing, open invitation to make new episodes of ‘Curb Your Enthusiasm’ ever since the last episode aired way back in 2011. Running for eight seasons between 2000 before signing off five years ago, it was HBO’s longest-running scripted series and performed consistently strongly in the ratings.
Larry David is bringing back 'Curb Your Enthusiasm' for a ninth season
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'Hunger Games' star Lawrence admitted an old crush to Meyers when she appeared on NBC's 'The Late
25 year old Lawrence appeared on ‘Late Night’ on NBC on Tuesday night (December 15th), and made a few eyebrow-raising revelations about her celebrity crushes, which included the show’s presenter himself. In early 2013, when he was the head writer at ‘Saturday Night Live’, Lawrence guest-hosted the show and was hoping to get his number, before a costume fitter informed her that Meyers was already spoken for.
Jennifer Lawrence told 'Late Night' host Seth Meyers she used to have a crush on him
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Larry David - Shots from the red carpet as the stars arrived for the Los Angeles premiere of "Dumb And Dumber To" at the Regency Village Theatre in Westwood, California, United States - Tuesday 4th November 2014
Curb Your Enthusiasm funnyman, Larry David, doesn't feel the same love for Jennifer Lawrence as she does for him
Jennifer Lawrence certainly doesn’t follow stereotypical celebrity trends. She’s quite happy to declare her love for McDonald’s, she pulls funny faces on the red carpet and, it now appears, she has awesome guilty crushes that she’s not afraid to admit.
Jennifer Lawrence has a crush and she's not afraid to share it
In a companion article to J-Law’s exclusive interview with Vanity Fair that revealed her thoughts on the scandal surrounding her leaked photographs, the Oscar-winning actress took some time out to focus on things a little more light-hearted and declare her love for Curb Your Enthusiasm creator and actor Larry David.
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Something big's on the horizon.
It’s been on the cards. Seinfeld did an AMA on Reddit in which he hinted at a secret project with Larry David – another one of the brains behind the phenomenal success of 90s sitcom, Seinfeld. Then he was pictured talking to Jason Alexander outside the iconic Tom’s Café, NYC.
What the hell is going on Jerry Seinfeld?
Seinfeld was in the mood for answering questions when he appeared on WFAN’s “Boomer & Carton” show. Usually so tight-lipped, it’s hard to imagine he had any other intention of whetting the public’s appetite for a Seinfeld-esque return.
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Jerry Seinfeld, Jason Alexander and apparently Larry David too, were reunited at the restaurant made famous by the classic 90's sitcom
Jerry Seinfeld and Jason Alexander helped make Tom's Restaurant a internationally-known hang-out when Jerry, George, Krammer and Elaine used it as their regular haunt on hit 90's sitcom Seinfeld. On Monday, 13 January, Jerry and George (who was played by Alexander) visited their old haunt once again, prompting rumours of a possible Seinfeld reunion.
Jerry Seinfeld was spotted with his two former co-workers
It wasn't just Seinfeld and Alexander who were there either, as series co-writer and Curb Your Enthusiasm mastermind Larry David was also allegedly spotted at the dinner, as was a camera crew catching their actions - or at least Jerry and Jason's. This was clearly no chance meeting and the presence of the camera crew has only escalated rumours that a follow on or potential spin off for Seinfeld could be on its way, however the more likely explanation is that the two were filming something much less exciting.
Online faux pas sees the entertainment site red-faced
E! have been forced to apologies unreservedly after they listed Michael J. Fox’s Parkinson’s diagnosis back in 1999 as one of their ‘Fun Facts’ during their online coverage of the Golden Globes. Meanwhile, Fox appeared on the red carpet with his wife Tracy Pollen.
Michael J. Fox may have found the whole thing funny, but we don't know that
The legendary actor utilizes Parkinson's for comic effect in his new show
Michael J. Fox’s new show could have ignored his affliction – he was diagnosed with Parkinson’s in 1991 – and it probably woud have still been funny. He’s a funny guy. But for Fox, years of battling the disease have put him in a position to laugh at it, and he thinks you will to.
Fox's new show is out in September
"There's nothing horrifying about it to me," he says. "I don't think it's gothic nastiness. There's nothing horrible on the surface about someone with a shaky hand. The way I look at it, sometimes it's frustrating, sometimes it's funny. I need to look at it that way." (USA Today)
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Larry David has thrown the future of 'Curb Your Enthusiasm' into doubt.
Larry David has given the strongest hint yet that the eighth season of HBO comedy 'Curb Your Enthusiasm' was the show's last.
Appearing on-stage at the Television Critics Association press tour on Thursday (July 25, 2013) to promote his new movie Clear History, David indicated that the future of his award-winning comedy was in doubt.
"I don't know, I really couldn't say...Ask me in six months," he said when asked when audiences could expect the ninth season.
The funny-fan didn't think the booing was amusing
Jerry Seinfeld – America’s biggest comedian and most probably the Mets’ most successful fan – has condemned the behaviour of the Citi Field crowd, comparing them to five-year-olds as they booed players at the 2013 MLB All-Star Game.
Seinfeld and that laugh
Talking to New York’s WFAN radio on Wednesday, Seinfeld said: “This is one of the lowest moments of my lifetime of Mets fandom, when the Citi Field crowd was booing (players) that they see as rivals to their Mets team.” He told Steve Somers: “And I’m standing there, I was in shock. I was embarrassed. I thought it was horrible manners.”
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The comic and actor got a little bit stressed out after an argument over a parking space
Jeff Garlin, he of Curb Your Enthusiasm fame, was arrested over the weekend after a heated argument he was involved in became ugly and things turned violent (thanks mainly to Jeff we think). The actor was arrested and charged with vandalism after coming into conflict with a co-worker, all because of a parking space of all things.
The actor, who plays Larry David's manager and equally unintentionally idiotic friend on the hit HBO series, was arrested on Saturday (June 15) for allegedly going ape on a couple's car after he became involved in a high-strung argument over a parking spot in Los Angeles. According to TMZ, who first broke the story, the Wall-E voice-actor was arrested at about 3pm in Studio City after getting into a war of words that resulted in Garlin allegedly smashing the windows of the other person's Mercedes. Moral of the story is, use public transport in LA.
The actor was arrested and taken to the station where he was booked and spent the night in a cell. He was released at around 8am the following day and has yet to comment on the situation, or mention whether Larry will be using it as a premise for an upcoming episode of Curb Your Enthusiasm.
Curb Your Enthusiasm's Jeff Garlin was NOT happy when he couldn't get his favourite parking space.
Curb Your Enthusiasm star Jeff Garlin has been arrested for allegedly smashing a couple's car window following a heated argument over a parking space in Los Angeles. The 51-year-old actor, who plays Larry David's long-serving manager in the classic comedy show, was arrested for felony vandalism in Studio City at around 3pm on Saturday (June 16, 2013).
Sources tell TMZ.com that Garlin got into a verbal fight with another person over a parking space, though things quickly became violent and the actor allegedly smashed the windows of the other person's Mercedes Benz. Cops were called to the scene and Garlin was arrested before being released from jail as of Sunday morning (June 16).
Ok so it's never funny when people's car windows get smashed in (no, not even Mercedes drivers) but this one sounds like a scene straight from Curb Your Enthusiasm. Surely Larry jumped out of Garlin's car and tried to placate the situation before accidentally suggesting it was a racially motivated attack? Surely?
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We can't wait for season two
There’s no hidden premise, no hidden meaning. Jerry Seinfeld’s latest project comprises him, a fellow comedian, a car and some coffee. The cars are beautiful things – all vintage and expensive looking – and the chats are nothing less than hilarious and engaging.
Season 1 included gusts like Larry David, Ricky Gevais Jerry’s Seinfeld costar Michael Richards, who played Kramer on the show so masterfully. Seinfeld’s and Richards chat is something to behold; it’s genuine and touching. A real mastery of ‘chat’. Of season two, Seinfeld said: "I know these people, and this is it — this is what they're really like. You walk out on a talk show, you know, 'I'm on here for eight minutes; I want to make sure I tell a funny story or do an interesting anecdote.' You're not just going to be sitting there tapping a coffee stirrer on the table, but you can do that on this show. So nobody feels that pressure to perform, and I do feel like I am capturing their true demeanor and energy." If you like old cars, comedians OR coffee, then you’ll have already seen season 1.
Other highlights include Bob Einstein, who plays Marty Funkhouser in Curb Your Enthusiasm. But what fans will be dying to see is the full unedited content, as the shows are just 10 minutes long. "It's simple to shoot, and we do spend a lot of time reducing what is sometimes a two- or three-hour experience down to what I feel is the juiciest 14 minutes of that. I think editing is one of the great luxuries. I think it's one of the things life really needs,” added Seinfeld.
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After years of making herself look stupid by accident, Jessica Simpson is set to do it on purpose after it has been revealed that she'll star in a television pilot in development for NBC that is loosely based on her life, Reuters reports.
Following a fairly successful pop career, Simpson became best know for reality TV shows, including MTV's "Newlyweds: Nick and Jessica," which followed Simpson and her first husband and fellow pop singer Nick Lachey. She also served as a mentor on NBC's Fashion Star. "The show is inspired by her life as she's going through a new phase in her life becoming a mom," said executive producer Ben Silverman, who is the creator of NBC's reality show 'The Biggest Loser.' "It's a combination of 'I Love Lucy' and 'Curb Your Enthusiasm,'" he added, referring to the classic 1950s Lucille Ball comedy series and the HBO series by "Seinfeld" creator Larry David.
Given that shows like Louie and Curb your Enthusiasm portray the semi-real lives of people that have created respected work - Louis C.K being a successful stand up prior to his show, and Larry David penning America's favourite comedy, Seinfeld - it's difficult to see how Simpson will be able to capitalise on the genre, considering most of her success has come from her sheer stupidity. However, her seemingly vapid existence could merely have been a well-articulated ruse in order to accumulate hard cash; cash which she might now be spending to portray the real her. Somehow we doubt it, but good luck to her.
The story starts as we watch Larry, Moe and Curly (Hayes, Diamantopoulos and Sasso) growing up in an orphanage, watched over by Mother Superior (Lynch) and several rather frazzled nuns (including Oscar-winner Jennifer Hudson and Curb Your Enthusiasm's Larry David). But when the orphanage is threatened with closure, the clueless trio heads out to raise the cash needed to save it. They immediately run into the shamelessly wealthy Lydia (Vergara), who hires them to bump off her husband so she can run off with his business partner (Bierko). But of course everything goes crazily wrong.
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But most of the episodes exhibit that same intense sense of vague dissatisfaction with life and ironic displeasure with just about everything that became staples of Seinfeld. Whether Jerry's trying to snag a marble rye, Elaine is deciding the "sponge-worthiness" of her sexual conquests, or -- in the season's major running plotline -- George is doing anything to get out of his impending wedding (which he succeeds in in the season finale), the show remains completely watchable and never short of hilarious. Alexander's frustration with fiancee Susan makes him a real centerpiece of the season, as even Jerry himself takes a back seat to George's insane antics.
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Of course I had my suspicions before that. The conversations Larry David was having were a little too Seinfeldian in nature. The conflicts a little too contrived. What they said all seemed to flow naturally, as most mockumentary dialogue does (see The Blair Witch Project's bit about Gilligan's Island). The camera shook just the right amount. The colors had that amateurish hue associated when you don't have cinematographers shining lights in people's faces or a very good DV. Knowing Weide's latest works (Lenny Bruce: Swear to Tell the Truth and being the writer-producer for Mother Night), I couldn't help but crack a smile as I realized that one was being put over on millions of HBO viewers across the country. Its the exact kind of thing that Larry David and Robert Weide would (and obviously do) love.
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