'Clear History' Teaser, Starring Larry David With A TON Of Hair

Seriously, this is like all the hair. Do you want to see Larry David play a neurotic rich guy? You probably have already, but you've never seen him do it with this much hair. You've maybe never seen anyone with this much hair. That alone is a great reason to check out Clear History. For the hair value, that is. Also, Jon Hamm's in the film. You know, for the ladies. And also the homosexuals. And the straight men who can enjoy handsomeness without feeling threatened or weird.

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A Longer, Shoutier Look At Larry David's 'Clear History'

It's like 'Curb' meets a 1980's Steve Guttenberg movie. After eight seasons of shouting and taking wrongdoers to task over their etiquettal transgressions on HBO's Curb Your Enthusiasm, Larry David needed to try his hand at something else. That something else turned out to be HBO's Clear History, a new film in which David shouts and takes wrongdoers to task over their etiquettal transgressions. More specifically, he stars as a marketing executive who sells his shares in an electric car company after getting into it with Jon Hamm. The car, of course, turns all of it's investors into instant billionaires leaving David with nothing, forcing he and his deranged Love Guru-esque to flee to an island and make a new name for himself. Years later, when his rival Hamm also decides to move to the island David's world is sent into a shouty tailspin. Bill Hader, Philip Baker Hall, Kate Hudson, Danny McBride, Eva Mendes, Michael Keaton, and Amy Ryan also star. Also, in true Leon fashion, J.B. Smoove also decides to tag along. You gotta get in Jon Hamm's ass, Larry.


Neurotic Monster Larry David Invades NYC On 'Curb'

Larry David is like a neurotic King Kong, and he's coming to DESTROY the Big Apple... through loud complaints and hard-to-watch life decisions! RUN from his argument about why he didn't steal your answering machine message! COWER in fear as he calls everyone at the party "full of shit!" Larry David is like a neurotic King Kong, and he's coming to DESTROY the Big Apple... through loud complaints and hard-to-watch life decisions! The above trailer is for the eighth season of Curb Your Enthusiasm, and after last year's much buzzed about Seinfeld reunion episode, David has a lot of momentum going into the new season. As we reported, Larry David is going to New York City this year, his spiritual homeland. It's a testament to David's unnaturally high level of neuroticness that in NYC, The Birthplace on the American Nebbish, David stands out like a socially awkward Cloverfield monster. Welcome home, Larry!  (Cinema Blend)


Larry David Stands Up For Society In New 'Curb Your Enthusiasm' Trailer

He's tackling the big issues. Like bread. [post-album postid="218554" item="1"]Season 8 of Curb Your Enthusiasm premieres this Sunday on HBO and here's a little hint of how you can expect Larry David to expose comedians for the societal evils they commit. So beware, those who take up two parking spaces or those who commit the "chat and cut." There's a lone man out there brave enough to stand up for us all. And he's also willing to let Ricky Gervais know that he knows nothing about bread.


David O. Russell Brings Every Famous Actor Together For 'American Hustle'

Come for the plot, stay for the wigs. For those of us too young to remember ABSCAM, that's why we have people like David O. Russell. ABSCAM was a sting operation in the 70's and 80's originally set to recover stolen property which ended up targeting corrupt public officials. The operation brought together a wild cast of characters, including con men, women of ill repute, and general bon vivants that very well could have been in jail were they not helping the U.S. government. In addition to serving justice, it served as a pretty great reason to get these miscreants together to party. The trailer features Christian Bale, Jeremy Renner, Jennifer Lawrence, and Bradley Cooper filling out these roles nicely (and with some epic late-70's hair).


Jimmy Kimmel Choked Up A Little Praising David Letterman

You can't fake having a "L8 Nite" license plate on your first car. While all talk show hosts have a debt of gratitude and respect to David Letterman, none have exhibited the outward fandom that Jimmy Kimmel has for the late night mainstay. And while tonight Kimmel is airing a rerun out of respect for Letterman's last show, last night he sang the man's praises. And it was pretty damn heartwarming. You'll find in this video that Kimmel's words are way more than just diplomacy. Pretty cool sendoff to a worthy recipient.


David Lynch Directs Another Commercial For His Coffee Line

Who knows what he secretly switched our coffee with. Coffee. It's a rite of passage into each new day. Many of us look forward to waking to the deep aromas of a fresh pot. It's the only thing that can get us out of bed. Well, now the associated nightmares will also do the job. David Lynch has made a new commercial for his David Lynch Signature Cup Organic Coffee. It's as moody and foreboding as you'd expect from the director of Lost Highway and Mulholland Drive. I especially like the part where the coffee kills its clone and assumes its identity. The master has done it again.


This Video Pulls Back The Curtain On David Fincher's Subtle, Haunting Style Of Direction

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Break Out the Bugs and Rotten Meat: David Lynch Wants You to Make a Music Video

All entries will be judged by Lynch himself, and the winner will receive a box of doll heads covered in fire ants...probably. For more information, watch the video. Are you a David Lynch fan? Well, do you at least pretend to be a David Lynch fan? Good enough, because the eccentric director is asking fans to create music videos for his two new pop songs, "Good Day Today" and "I Know." I'm assuming the original plan was to film a pile of goat meat rotting in the sun, but there were complaints from his condo association. All entries will be judged by Lynch himself, and the winner will receive a box of doll heads covered in fire ants...probably. For more information, watch the video, or visit genero.tv. (MovieLine)