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    Plot Details Revealed For Larry David/Jon Hamm/Greg Mottola HBO Improv Comedy

    A J.J. Abrams-esque level of secrecy has never been fully associated with “Curb Your Enthusiasm” mastermind Larry David, but as details on both his series and upcoming HBO feature have heretofore remained under wraps, the comparison could hold more weight than initially thought. However,...

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    HBO Announces Larry David Movie, Fall Doc Lineup and Premiere Dates for 'Girls' and 'Enlightened'

    Larry David may not have said yes to more "Curb Your Enthusiasm" (yet), but he is committed to working with HBO on a movie.

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    Larry David's Greg Mottola-Helmed Improv Comedy With Jon Hamm & Michael Keaton Heads To HBO

    While early word said the upcoming Greg Mottola-helmed Larry David-starring improv comedy was set up over at Fox Searchlight, it looks like the project may be headed to another, more familiar home for David and Mottola: cable channel HBO.

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    Watch: Larry David and Jerry Seinfeld Waste Time, Charmingly, in 'Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee'

    The premise of Jerry Seinfeld's new web series "Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee" really needs no further explanation -- as his first guest, his "Seinfeld" co-creator Larry David says, "You have finally done a show about nothing."

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    Michael Keaton Joins Larry David & Jon Hamm In Greg Mottola's Improv Comedy

    Word on director Greg Mottola's improv-based film starring Larry David took a leap last month with the addition of Jon Hamm, continuing the “Mad Men” actor's gradual public journey from dramatic mainstay to eventual 20-time “SNL” host, but while Hamm is using the film...

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    Jon Hamm Joining Larry David In Greg Mottola-Helmed Improv Comedy

    Jon Hamm is just unfair. Not that he's done anything wrong -- quite the opposite. It's just that he's a great dramatic actor (as the fifth season of "Mad Men" proved more than ever), a secretly terrific comedic one, chooses consistently interesting projects, has a great sense of humor, is ludicrousl...

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    Larry David To Star In Improv-Heavy Comedy For Fox Searchlight And 'Superbad' Director Greg Mottola

    If you were as taken by “Superbad” helmer Greg Mottola’s coming of age comedy “Adventureland” as we were, you’ve probably been pretty eager to see what else he has in store. While he did helm the slight but entertaining road trip alien comedy “Paul,” he was also tapped to helm the pilot for Aaron So...

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    5 Shows in Which Actors Play Worse Versions of Themselves

    Plenty of television shows have their stars, often comedians, playing fictionalized versions of themselves -- it's the simplest way to translate a stand-up act or other public persona to a scripted situation, from "The Jack Benny Show" to "The Cosby Show" to "Everybody L...

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    Larry David To Play A Delightfully Named Nun Mother Mengele In 'Three Stooges'

    We have to admit, we haven't exactly been all too excited about the casting of "The Three Stooges." Going from Jim Carrey, Sean Penn and Benicio Del Toro to Will Sasso, Sean Hayes and Chris Diamantopoulos is a bit less than exciting but the supporting cast is renewing our interest. Last week, the ve...

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    Justin Timberlake, Larry David & Woody Harrelson Among Latest Names Linked To 'The Three Stooges'

    Hank Azaria, Will Sasso, Johnny Knoxville Also MentionedIt's now four years since the last film from one-time comedy titans The Farrelly Brothers. The duo dominated the genre in the 1990s, knocking out three bona-fide classics, "Dumb & Dumber," "Kingpin" and "There's Something About Mary," in quick succession, but their efforts in the last decade ranged from the genial ("Stuck On You," "Fever Pitch") to the unwatchable ("Shallow Hal," "The Heartbreak Kid"). Their latest project, the Owen Wilson/Jason Sudeikis marital comedy "Hall Pass," hits theaters on Friday (and by all accounts, isn't anywhere near a comeback), which finally clears the way...

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