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Larry returns to New York on the flimsiest of pretexts in an episode that struggles to hang together
Spoiler Alert: This blog is for those watching Curb Your Enthusiasm on More4. Do not read on if you haven't seen episode five – and if you have seen further in the series, please be aware that many UK viewers have not.
Read Paul Owen's episode four blog
Each series of Curb your Enthusiasm has a theme (Larry opens a restaurant, Larry stars in The Producers), and I had been looking forward to seeing what twist of fate would send Larry back to his hometown of New York for this one.
But when Larry was finally uprooted this week, five episodes in, it was on the flimsiest of pretexts: avoiding helping a friend with a benefit for disabled kids. Crucially, it wasn't that funny either while the excuse Larry gave Tessler for »
- Paul Owen
Jamie Lee Curtis has paved the way for many an actress in our industry and is without question one of the single most admired women to ever grace the silver screen. This October Curtis will be revered for her hard work by the sCare Foundation.
From the Press Release
This Halloween the sCare Foundation will honor award-winning actress Jamie Lee Curtis with the 2011 Humanitarian Award at its inaugural fundraising event on October 30, 2011. An evening filled with entertainment, dancing and an exciting auction, the event will be held at the Conga Room L.A. Live and will benefit the Champion Fund at Children’s Hospital Los Angeles to support the life-saving programs of the Hollywood Homeless Youth Project (Hhyp).
“Jamie is the perfect recipient for this award,” said sCare Foundation founder Malek Akkad. “She is constantly giving back to the community through her work with children, AIDS charities and those in recovery. »
- Uncle Creepy
Larry David's playing the dating game, badly, of course, while Antoinette's father continues to frustrate with his 'lingering'
Spoiler Alert: This blog is for those watching Curb Your Enthusiasm on More4. Do not read on if you haven't seen episode four – and if you have seen further in the series, please be aware that many UK viewers will not have done.
Paul Owen's episode three blog
A bit of a disappointing episode of Curb your Enthusiasm this week. The main storyline revolved around Larry dating the hostess of one of his favourite restaurants – or "shitting where he eats", as he charmlessly put it. A subsidiary plot about Larry's office neighbour "Big Dog" using up too much of his cupboard space was unfortunately about as interesting as it sounds.
Better was Larry's frustration at his assistant Antoinette (Antoinette Spolar) taking a seemingly open-ended period of time off because her »
- Paul Owen
Hollywood Crush has revealed the poster for director Amy Heckerling's horror-comedy Vamps, starring Alicia Silverstone, Krysten Ritter, Sigourney Weaver, Kristen Johnston, Richard Lewis, Wallace Shawn, Justin Kirk, Dan Stevens, Todd Barry, Marilu Henner, Zak Orth and Malcolm McDowell. Written and to be directed by Heckerling, "Vamps" tells the modern day tale of two young beautiful female vampires (Alicia Silverstone, Krysten Ritter) living the good nightlife in New York until love enters the picture and each has to make a choice that will jeopardize her immortality. The film is currently shooting in Detroit, Michigan. »
Some pretty neat news coming out of the Toronto Film Festival pertaining to the Amy Heckerling horror comedy Vamps! The flick has scored a gaggle of foreign distro, and with any luck before the weekend's up we'll have some domestic news as well.
According to Variety, Parlay Films announced Saturday at the Toronto Film Festival that it had closed deals on Germany with Wild Bunch and France with Metropolitan. Other foreign sales include eOne in Benelux, Tanweer in India/Pakistan, Swen in Brazil, Leopolis in Cis/Baltic States, Spi for Eastern Europe, Village Roadshow in Greece/Cyprus, Myndform in Iceland, Pt Amero in Indonesia, CineSky for Intl Airlines, Shapira Films Ltd. via Fintage in Israel, Eagle in the Middle East, Pioneer in the Philippines, Pris Audiovisuais in Portugal, Scanbox in Scandinavia, Shaw in Singapore, Nu Metro in South Africa, Ascot in Switzerland, Serenity in Taiwan, and Pinema in Turkey.
- Uncle Creepy
At the young age of just eighteen, Alicia Silverstone made a mark on pop culture like few do by leading Clueless, written and directed by Amy Heckerling, her first film since 2007’s I Could Never Be Your Woman.
Over a decade and a half later, the pair are now working together again for a new project, Vamps, and MTV have got the first teaser poster for the film, due out next year.
“As upstanding, politically correct Extended Life Forms (ELFs), the pair fit twelve-step “Sanguines Anonymous” meetings to help curb the temptation of human blood in between their clubbing and dating schedules. When love steals into each of their lives, the pair’s destiny is set on a new course and they must make a choice that will jeopardize their immortality—and maybe much more.”
On the surface of it, this isn’t really a project that interests me all »
- Kenji Lloyd
Sneak Peek a new teaser poster supporting writer/director Amy Heckerling's horror-comedy feature "Vamps", starring Alicia Silverstone, Krysten Ritter, Sigourney Weaver, Kristen Johnston, Richard Lewis, Wallace Shawn, Justin Kirk, Dan Stevens, Todd Barry, Marilu Henner, Zak Orth and Malcolm McDowell :
"...'Stacey' (Ritter) and 'Goody' (Silverstone) are two 'socialite vampires' living a comfortable, deadbeat life in New York City.
"But their lives become complicated when they fall in love with two men while simultaneously being pursued by vampire hunters. Now each must make a choice that will jeopardize their immortality..."
Click the images to enlarge and Sneak Peek "Vamps"...
- Michael Stevens
"Nice girls suck!" Amy Heckerling directs Alicia Silverstone, Krysten Ritter, and Sigourney Weaver in the horror comedy Vamps, which follows a pair of bloodsuckers on a twelve-step program to curb their thirst for human flesh. Things go awry when both of these fanged beauties fall in love. The first poster for Vamps has debuted. Check it out below, and yes, that is Krysten Ritter's mouth.
Vamps comes to theaters in 2011 and stars Krysten Ritter, Sigourney Weaver, Alicia Silverstone, Asim Ahmad, Richard Lewis, Kristen Johnston, Wallace Shawn, Justin Kirk. The film is directed by Amy Heckerling. »
Hollywood Crush has revealed the poster for writer/director Amy Heckerling's horror-comedy Vamps , starring Alicia Silverstone, Krysten Ritter, Sigourney Weaver, Kristen Johnston, Richard Lewis, Wallace Shawn, Justin Kirk, Dan Stevens, Todd Barry, Marilu Henner, Zak Orth and Malcolm McDowell. You can view the poster below the synopsis: "Vamps" tells the modern day tale of two young beautiful female (Alicia Silverstone and Krysten Ritter) vampires living the good nightlife in New York until love enters the picture and each has to make a choice that will jeopardize their immortality. Weaver plays the role of Ciccerus, a bloodthirsty "stem" vampire who has created a dynasty. Shawn will portray Dr. Van Helsing, a well-known vampire expert and hunter; Kirk will »
Alicia Silverstone, Krysten Ritter, Sigourney Weaver, Richard Lewis, Kristen Johnston, Wallace Shawn, Justin Kirk, Dan Stevens, Marilu Henner, Zak Orth, Malcolm McDowell, and Todd Barry are all on tap for a little blood-sucking madness and mayhem in the flick that finds McDowell playing Vlad the Impaler, aka Dracula!
Written and directed by Heckerling, Vamps tells the modern day tale of two young beautiful female vampires (Alicia Silvestone, Krysten Ritter) living the good nightlife in New York until love enters the picture and each has to make a choice that will jeopardize her immortality.
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- Uncle Creepy
The official one sheet teaser has just been released for Vamps, the upcoming romantic horror comedy that reunites Clueless director Amy Heckerling with star Alicia Silverstone! I'm absolutely in love with the art as they opted to use a real photograph of some fangtastics lips, while also giving homage to The Rocky Horror Picture Show. Krysten Ritter, Sigourney Weaver, Richard Lewis, Kristen Johnston, Wallace Shawn, Justin Kirk, Dan Stevens, Todd Barry, Marilu Henner, Zak Orth and Malcolm McDowell also star in the the "modern day tale of two young beautiful female vampires living the good nightlife in New York until love enters the picture and each has to make a choice that will jeopardize their immortality." »
Director Amy Heckerling reteams with actress Alicia Silverstone for the upcoming comedy Vamps. Previously these two filmmakers worked together on Clueless (1995), another comedy. This time out, Silverstone plays Goody, a vampire playing it straight. Goody and Stacy forgo a life of feeding on blood for love, when the New York City dating life is more tempting than a night living in the dark. Recently, this production completed filming and here is your early look at the film's cast and latest axe-grinding photo.
Release Date: 2012.
Director/writer: Amy Heckerling.
Producers: Maria Teresa Arida, James Belfer, Adam Brightman, Stuart Cornfeld, Peter Fruchtman, Marek Gabryjelski, Molly Hassell , John Jencks, Lee Kramer, Julie Kroll, Brock Laborde, Kevin Ragsdale, Anna Rozalska, Mike Shevell and Stanislaw Tyczynski.
Cast: Alicia Silverstone, Krysten Ritter, Sigourney Weaver, Dan Stevens, Richard Lewis, Wallace Shawn, Justin Kirk, Malcolm McDowell, Zak Orth, Marilu Henner, Scott Thomson, Todd Barry, Kristen Johnston, and Meredith Scott Lynn. »
- firstname.lastname@example.org (Michael Allen)
I can’t get enough of Larry David’s curmudgeon-comedy “Curb Your Enthusiasm” (HBO, 2000-, Sundays at 10pm Est). Even in its eighth season, the show — which David created, writes, and stars in — remains one of only a handful of shows currently on the air that I feel like I have to watch when — or as soon as possible after — it airs. (Should you care, the others are “Boardwalk Empire,” “Hardball with Chris Matthews,” “The Rachel Maddow Show,” and “Real Time with Bill Maher.”) The man is just that funny. (It comes across in his writings, too — don’t miss his hilarious op-ed about golf that ran in last month’s New Yorker.)
Last night, before crashing for the night, I was browsing through the July issue of The Atlantic when I came upon ”The Joy of Vex,” James Parker’s fairly incisive piece about “Curb” in which tries to »
- Scott Feinberg
This week, “Curb Your Enthusiasm” faced a tremendous challenge. The last episode, “The Palestinian Chicken,” was, arguably, the greatest one in the show’s glorious history. Could Larry David & Co. conjure up a way to meet the lofty standards of the show a week ago?
Not so much.
The key moral questions are: Can a guy date a restaurant hostess and still dine at the place after he breaks up with her? »
- Jon Friedman
Rating: 4.5 out of 5 stars
It’s all over. As far as we can tell, Larry’s marriage to Cheryl has finally crumbled under the weight of his many foibles, and he’s moving on without a care in the world. What else would you expect from a man who bought Ted Danson a Freak Book for his birthday? That’s an assumption based on the fact that Cheryl Hines was absent for the entirety of the latest Curb Your Enthusiasm episode, and after the divorce antics that ensued in last week’s outing, I think it’s safe to say this season is going to focus on Larry’s adventures as man with his own interests in full focus.
Unlike that turbulent romance, however, the show moves ever onwards and upwards. “The Safe House”, the eighth season’s second episode, is solid Curb on every level: laugh-out-loud funny, packed with memorable lines, »
- Tom Barnard
It.s time once again for the TV.com Curb Your Enthusiasm Feud Tracker, where we try to impose some sense and order upon the chaos that is Larry David.s life. And this week.s very special episode.all about breasts, black people and battery.provided plenty of overlapping and petty conflicts. Let.s get them straight!
Them Vs. Larry
Causes: Larry.s old friend Richard is dating a burlesque dancer with large breasts. He insists he likes her for her personality, but the other guys think it's mainly about her rack. Larry, Jeff, and Marty... More >> »
- Seth Abramovitch
What Larry David perfected on Seinfeld, and continues to excel at on Curb Your Enthusiasm, is bringing multiple story arcs full circle. "The Safe House" was a perfect example. It went above and beyond, bringing each plot line conclusion to the forefront within the final five minutes.
The numerous stories included Larry reaching behind the women for the ice cream, Richard Lewis dating a burlesque dancer for her breasts, watching over the stranger's laptop, the battered women living down the street from Larry and racial profiling.
In one of the final scenes, we witnessed Richard pulling the exact same freezer move that Ld did. Of course, with Dale there instead of the house mother, Richard was in for a much more harmful fate, which led to the lack of a Breast Blowout on Lewis' last night of pleasure with the Double D's.
The other three plots came together so nicely, »
- email@example.com (Dan Forcella)
Chicago – Larry David returns tonight with another batch of misanthropic mayhem that he calls the eighth season of “Curb Your Enthusiasm.” According to an HBO publicist, David himself picked three episodes to send critics, although none of them were tonight’s season premiere or even next week’s episode. The “season sampler” that HBO sent definitely gives us a solid flavor of what’s to come this year and it’s more of the same. In other words, it’s pretty great.
TV Rating: 4.5/5.0
How does David follow-up arguably the best season yet of “Curb Your Enthusiasm”? Does he try to “top” the Emmy-nominated masterpiece that turned his program into a “Seinfeld” reunion? Of course not. This season feels mostly like more of the same old-fashioned Larry behavior although with a slightly darker edge by losing Cheryl Hines, the wife that often softened Larry’s more antisocial qualities. Now Larry »
- firstname.lastname@example.org (Adam Fendelman)
 Tired as I am of the "paranormal romance" trend, I'm actually looking forward to Amy Heckerling's vampire romcom Vamps. Plot-wise, it doesn't sound too different from any other vampire flick. The story centers around Goody (Alicia Silverstone) and Stacy (Krysten Ritter), two beautiful vampires living the good life in modern-day New York "until love enters the picture and each has to make a choice that will jeopardize her immortality." But I'm hoping the director of teen comedy classics like Clueless and Fast Times at Ridgemont High can infuse these tired tropes with some fresh, subversive flavor. It'll be a while before I find out if my wishes will come true -- the film doesn't even have a release date yet -- but a batch of new photos offers clues as to exactly what kind of vampires we'll be dealing with. Check the gallery out after the jump. [gallery columns="2" exclude="107188"] In addition to Silverstone and Ritter, »
- Angie Han
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