A few weeks ago, we were over the moon to learn that iconic comedian Jerry Seinfeld would re-team with his titular sitcom's creator Larry David for a hush-hush new project, though we've since learned its likely true nature. Seinfeld confirmed we'll be getting a 'Seinfeld' reunion short in the future with David and co-star Jason Alexander, but when can we expect to see it?
A few weeks ago we were over the moon to learn that Jerry Seinfeld and his titular sitcom's creator Larry David would reteam for a "huge" new project in the near future that neither could talk about, though it seems the cat's out of the bag now. Find out what brings David and Seinfeld together again, and whether or not we'll see the finished product on TV in the future!
'Seinfeld' and 'Curb Your Enthusiasm' creator Larry David can be a tough nut to crack with regard to future projects, given David's most recent underwhelming HBO effort 'Clear History' took the place of a new season for 'Curb,' but is his biggest project yet in the works? Jerry Seinfeld himself claims to have begun work on a new collaboration with former partner David, but what could it be?
We've been tepidly curious of HBO's forthcoming original movie 'Clear History,' which to date has only shown us a brief teaser and photos of stars Jon Hamm ('Mad Men') and an unrecognizable Larry David ('Seinfeld'), but now the full trailer has shown us the light. In addition to an army of celebrity guests, the full 'Clear History' trailer has Larry David back on HBO at his 'Curb Your Enthusiasm' finest.
The HBO bounty continues! Along with new sneak peeks from 'True Blood,' 'The Newsroom' and 'Boardwalk Empire,' the 'Game of Thrones' season 3 finale brought about new teasers for the fourth (and final) season of 'Eastbound & Down,' Stephen Merchant's 'Hello Ladies,' an unrecognizable Larry David and Jon Hamm in the HBO film 'Clear History,' and even event series 'True Detective.' So, which are we most looking forward to seeing?
The sitcom is, and always shall be, an ever-changing art. There exists no perfect formula for success between various three-camera and single-camera efforts over the years. While some may bemoan the heightened situations and laugh tracks of a three-camera outing like the modern 'Big Bang Theory,' others remember how 'Cheers' and 'Seinfeld' among others perfected the format. So according to a recent '60 Minutes' poll, what's the greatest sitcom of all time? Is it as funny as a bag of airline peanuts?
Though he's played Batman and Beetlejuice, it feels like Michael Keaton's in some form of semi-retirement. Throughout the 80's and 90's he would show up in movie and usually be great in them, even if the material wasn't up to snuff, but for much of the last ten years he's been scarce. Recently, he had a great supporting performance in 'Toy Story 3' and then a juicy role in 'The Other Guys.' Now he's going to be in Larry David's upcoming movie.