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8 items from 2012


Ann Coulter Calls Obama 'Retard'

22 October 2012 9:48 PM, PDT | The Wrap | See recent The Wrap news »

Sour grapes much, Ann Coulter? Moments after a debate in which Barack Obama was widely seen as the winner, the conservative columnist referred to the president as "the retard." "I highly approve of Romney's decision to be kind and gentle to the retard," she tweeted. Also read: Debate Review: Obama Fixes Bayonet as Romney Tries to Stay Above the Fray This is the part of the story where we're supposed to talk about what this means for the campaign and whether Obama and Mitt Romney will react and Coulter's history of insensitivity and shocking »

- Tim Molloy

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Exclusive - Caroline & Teresa's 'Real' Faceoff

22 August 2012 8:58 AM, PDT | TheInsider.com | See recent The Insider news »

You could cut the tension with a knife all season long between Real Housewives of New Jersey stars, and former friends, Caroline Manzo and Teresa Giudice. But after their big fight in next week's all-new episode, the ladies will square off once again in a pre-recorded Watch What Happens Live special, titled One on One.

Video - On The Set of Melissa Gorga's Music Video

Immediately following Sunday's episode, titled Hot Tub of Sour Grapes, Andy Cohen will moderate a conversation between Caroline and Teresa, as they detail all the developments that led to their massive falling out.

Video - Meryl Streep Slays on Wwhl

And now you can get an early sneak peek with two exclusive clips, only on TheInsider.com!

The Real Housewives of New Jersey airs every Sunday at 10 p.m. on Bravo, and Watch What Happens Live One on One will air August 26 at 11 p.m. immediately »

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Exclusive - Caroline & Teresa's 'Real' Faceoff

22 August 2012 8:58 AM, PDT | TheInsider.com | See recent The Insider news »

You could cut the tension with a knife all season long between Real Housewives of New Jersey stars, and former friends, Caroline Manzo and Teresa Giudice. But after their big fight in next week's all-new episode, the ladies will square off once again in a pre-recorded Watch What Happens Live special, titled One on One.

Video - On The Set of Melissa Gorga's Music Video

Immediately following Sunday's episode, titled Hot Tub of Sour Grapes, Andy Cohen will moderate a conversation between Caroline and Teresa, as they detail all the developments that led to their massive falling out.

Video - Meryl Streep Slays on Wwhl

And now you can get an early sneak peek with two exclusive clips, only on TheInsider.com!

The Real Housewives of New Jersey airs every Sunday at 10 p.m. on Bravo, and Watch What Happens Live One on One will air August 26 at 11 p.m. immediately »

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Larry David's New Film Sounds Familiar

3 August 2012 4:15 PM, PDT | Vulture | See recent Vulture news »

Larry David's working on a new, improv-heavy movie for HBO (that will costar Jon Hamm), but what's it about? According to the La Times, the untitled film casts David as a man who gives up his shares in an electric car inventor's project and then stews on his missed opportunity when the car becomes a huge hit and makes the inventor rich. That may sound a bit like Sour Grapes, the 1998 film David wrote and directed where Steven Weber loans Craig Bierko two coins for a slot machine and then stews on his missed opportunity when Bierko hits the jackpot, making him rich. The moral of this story: If you suddenly come into money, maybe wait a little while to tell Larry David. »

- Kyle Buchanan

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Michael Keaton Joins New Larry David Movie

13 July 2012 9:13 PM, PDT | Collider.com | See recent Collider.com news »

In a recent interview, Michael Keaton talked about his involvement in a new Larry David movie that sounds very similar, at least in set-up, to David's long-running HBO series Curb Your Enthusiasm (meaning there's lots of improv and not much more than a generally outlined script). It looks like David is going in a different direction from his last feature film, 1998's universally panned Sour Grapes (it's still difficult for fans to understand how this movie went so wrong), which certainly seems like a good thing. Hit the jump for more details on the project, including what Michael Keaton had to say. Larry David has chosen a fellow member of his bald brotherhood, Greg Mottola (Superbad), to direct (an odd choice over his long-time collaborator Larry Charles?).  Though aren't many details about the film out yet, as Michael Keaton laughed about in a recent Grantland interview: Daniel: So what's the Larry David thing you're doing? »

- Allison Keene

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Jon Hamm Will Torment Larry David In A New Comedy

19 June 2012 10:59 AM, PDT | cinemablend.com | See recent Cinema Blend news »

The last feature film that Larry David wrote was Sour Grapes. The 1998 comedy, also directed by David, starred Steven Weber and Craig Bierko and although it put them in a very Curb Your Enthusiasm type situation--one cousin wins big on a slot machine with a coin borrowed from the other --it just didn.t have the same effect without David in front of the camera. Or, maybe the film fell flat because he was also the man behind it and the comedian doesn.t exactly have a track record of directing, having never even helmed an episode of either Curb Your Enthusiasm or Seinfeld, which he helped create back in the day. For his next big screen project, still untitled, he's fixing both things by not just starring in it but also by hiring Adventureland.s Greg Mottola to direct. With Larry.s well documented love for his fellow bald »

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Larry David to Star in Untitled Comedy Directed by Greg Mottola

17 May 2012 11:04 AM, PDT | FilmJunk | See recent FilmJunk news »

Seinfeld creator and Curb Your Enthusiasm star Larry David has had a tremendous impact on television comedy over the past twenty years or so, and even though he has already conquered that world, he still keeps coming back for more seasons of Curb. There is, however, one area where success has eluded him after all these years, and that is on the big screen. Aside from a handful of small cameos (most recently in The Three Stooges), he has only had one major starring role thus far: the Woody Allen dud Whatever Works. He also wrote and directed the 1998 comedy Sour Grapes, which also failed both critically and commercially. Based on that experience, it's no wonder he has shied away from film, but the good news is that it looks like Ld is about to give the movie biz one more shot. Let's just hope that the third time's the charm. »

- Sean

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Life after Seinfeld

30 April 2012 4:05 PM, PDT | The Guardian - TV News | See recent The Guardian - TV News news »

Jerry Seinfeld's sophisticated, strange sitcom inspired a whole generation of comics – so why is there nothing quite like it today?

When Jerry Seinfeld tours the UK and Ireland in May, following last year's £100-a-pop, sell-out show at London's O2 Arena, it will be 14 years since the end of his groundbreaking sitcom Seinfeld, which scrutinised the minutiae and neuroses of four self-serving New Yorkers: smooth-but-prissy standup comic Jerry (Seinfeld), his peppy ex-girlfriend Elaine (Julia Louis-Dreyfus), a wired-to-the-mains neighbour Kramer (Michael Richards) and Jerry's best friend, George (Jason Alexander), a man radioactive with resentment and self-loathing.

The final episode aired on 14 May 1998, drawing more than 76 million Us viewers after permeating the country's language and popular culture for eight years. In the UK, viewers had to exercise great cunning to keep up with the show's erratic transmission. For most of its run in the 90s, BBC2 buried Seinfeld in the witching hour »

- Ryan Gilbey

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