HBO has some pretty, pretty, pretty good news for us today. The network has officially announced a ninth season of Curb Your Enthusiasm, nearly five years after it last aired an episode. The news doesn’t come entirely as a surprise — it was just a few days ago that actor J.B. Smoove was telling press Larry David wanted to bring back the show — but now those plans look much firmer. Read More »
Season eight of Curb Your Enthusiasm ended on an exceedingly satisfying note. Larry and Leon (JB Smoove) were enjoying a beautiful day in Paris, but, Larry David being Larry David, they quickly found themselves in an argument with a stranger over something. If that ends up being the series finale, it’s a fitting conclusion. According to Smoove, though, that may not have been the end of HBO’s Curb Your Enthusiasm.
Below, Smoove discusses a conversation he had with Larry David about more Curb Your Enthusiasm. Thankfully, David sounds more interested than ever before.
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Posted on Tuesday, October 6th, 2009 by David Chen
In this week’s /Filmcast, Dave Chen, Devindra Hardawar and Adam Quigley discuss the pitfalls and opportunities of corporate sponsorship, speculate on some plot possibilities for Kill Bill 3, and Devindra and Jeff try and fail to Curb Their Enthusiasmfor Friday Night Lights. Jeff Cannata is our special guest this evening, joining us from the Totally Rad Show.
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Posted on Tuesday, September 22nd, 2009 by David Chen
In this week’s /Filmcast, Dave Chen, Devindra Hardawar and Adam Quigley discuss the sad state of Disney’s live action brand, assess Tomas Alfredson’s proclivities for gender-bending storylines, offer up some unabashed praise for Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs, and report back on the first week of the fall TV season. Special guest Adam Kempenaar joins us from the Filmspotting podcast.
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What happens when actor Michael Richards meets The Blacks or Krazee-Eyez Killa? Talk about Trial and Error. I’m pretty sure we’ll be satisfied by the results this fall, as the four cast members of Seinfeld are reuniting for multiple episodes of HBO‘s Curb Your Enthusiasm. While this marks Richards’s first appearance on the uncensored and legendary sitcom of Larry David (Seinfeld co-creator), Jerry Seinfeld, Jason Alexander, and Julia Louis-Dreyfus have all appeared to play and send-up themselves during Curb‘s six-season run. According to EW, the cast hasn’t appeared together on a scripted TV series since their show’s underwhelming finale 11 years ago.
It’ll be veddy cool to see the old sparks fly inside the Bald One’s neurotic, mishap-prone world; but I’m possibly more excited just to see Leon (J.B. Smoove) talk shit and lady advice to Larry again. Let us know what you and Bill Gates think in the comments.
You know something is funny when you ask yourself, “Oh f***, did her brother die from that,” before sending out an annoying, massive CC: July 4th email to your family’s family. Here we have the simplest of premises: Larry David, clad in signature blazer and T-shirt, delivering an anti-“The More You Know” PSA informing why the Silent Killer is cramping the style of the follicle-doomed. I have a flawed, patented pre-rehab theory that Jack Nicholson’s hair loss inspired him to become the greatest actor of a generation, but Larry David pwns the cul-de-sac to the point where it’s a eugenic advantage. Balding men haven’t received such a bold mission statement since Kingpin. Enjoy or die.