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Rob Reiner Making Albert Brooks Documentary Featuring Jonah Hill, Larry David and More

Click here to read the full article. Rob Reiner is shooting a documentary about Albert Brooks and he’s lined up some major heavyweights to wax poetic about the filmmaker, actor and all-around comic genius. The director tells Variety that he’s already talked to or is planning to interview fellow comedians such as Larry David, Conan O’Brien, Sarah Silverman, Ben Stiller, James L. Brooks, Judd Apatow, Chris Rock, Wanda Sykes and Jonah Hill, as well as Sharon Stone, who worked with Brooks on 1999’s “The Muse.” “Albert is my really, really close friend,” says Reiner. “I’ve already spent half-a-day with Albert, just the...
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Larry David may join Joe Buck in a "Manningcast" of the PGA Championship

The New York Post's Andrew Marchand reports Buck's first job at ESPN will be leading a "Manningcast" of the PGA Championship that will be produced by Peyton Manning's Omaha Productions. Buck will be joined by ESPN golf analyst Michael Collins, who is known as the “ESPN Caddie.” "It’s real. Gonna be fun," tweeted Buck. "Larry David is close to committing. It will have that type feel. VERY USGA."
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Larry David on why Curb Your Enthusiasm hasn't gotten him "canceled": "The fans of the show don’t care about political correctness"

Asked why he keeps getting away with being offensive with touchy subjects, David said at Netflix Is a Joke festival: “I don’t know. It’s a very good question. I don’t know why. I don’t like to think about it too much.” David added: “Well, here’s the thing. There were fans of the show, they liked the show. And they have a good sense of humor. The fans of the show don’t care about political correctness."
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Larry David says he doesn’t know why he hasn’t been cancelled yet

Larry David has said he doesn’t know why he hasn’t been cancelled yet. The Curb Your Enthusiasm creator and star recently reflected on the enduring legacy of his show, after being asked by Robert B. Weide, a former executive producer and principal director of the show, why he hasn’t been cancelled yet.
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Larry David explains why he thinks he hasn’t been ‘cancelled’ yet during Netflix panel

Larry David had the most Larry David response when asked why he’s yet to be “cancelled”.The Curb Your Enthusiasm star, who will return for a 12th season of the HBO series next year, reflected on the show’s legacy while appearing at the Netflix is a Joke festival in Los Angeles.According to Consequence, he was asked why he is yet to be cancelled for his controversial jokes.”I don’t know,” David responded. “It’s a very good question. I don’t know why. I don’t like to think about it too much.”He added: “Well, here’s the thing. There were fans of the show,...
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Larry David Is Pretty Surprised That He Hasn’t Been ‘Canceled’ Yet

Unlike many of his fellow standup comedians who got their start in the 1980s, Larry David has never been “canceled.” He’s as surprised as anyone else. While appearing at the Netflix Is a Joke festival, the amusingly cranky Seinfeld and Curb Your Enthusiasm creator was asked by Curb director Robert B. Weide, “How have you not been canceled? How do you get away with this?” As Consequence of Sound noted, David “had just given a run-down of a number of third-rail topics used as comedic fodder in recent episodes of Curb: Incest. Battered women. The disabled and the mentally ill. Homophobia and transphobia. Bestiality. Child molestation. The Holocaust and 9/11. The mentally ill. Stereotypes about practically every race and religion.”
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Larry David doesn’t get why Curb Your Enthusiasm hasn’t been cancelled yet

It may be one of the most hilarious and culturally relevant shows of our era, but Larry David is still baffled as to why Curb Your Enthusiasm hasn’t been canned yet. In what we could only imagine was like enacting a scene straight out of the iconic comedy, Larry reflected on the show’s success with Robert B. Weide, a former executive producer and principal director of Curb, who asked the 74-year old comedian how he gets away with a show that pokes fun of – what society would generally deem – some pretty taboo topics.
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Larry David pulled a Larry David over a bucket of golf balls

There are three constants when it comes to life: death, taxes and Larry David bitching over inconsequential things. The first two we’ll all experience at one point or another, but seeing the third and final one in the flesh is an experience to treasure for the rest of eternity. It’s like seeing the Great Wall of China or the New York Jets not embarrassing themselves.
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This Larry David driving range story is the ultimate real life Curb Your Enthusiasm experience

For UK readers of a certain age, queuing behind a real-life Victor Meldrew whilst he strives against the banality of daily life would be an incredible sight. The character, once described as an ‘irascible curmudgeon’, often felt the world was against him from the get-go, but for those without knowledge of what may be a niche character, there is the irrepressible Larry David.
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Larry David Says ‘Curb Your Enthusiasm’ Season 12 Is Coming

At this point Curb Your Enthusiasm has been on the air for four more years and two more seasons than Seinfeld was. Seinfeld did produce more episodes, because it made about 22 a year while Curb only does 10 episodes each season. Curb has also taken several lengthy hiatuses; six years elapsed between Season 8 and Season 9, then another three years went by before Larry David and the rest of the cast returned for Season 10.
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