Is Larry David bringing his "Curb Your Enthusiasm" chops to the big screen? The "Seinfeld" co-creator is reportedly in talks to star in a new "improv-based" film directed by Greg Mottola ("Superbad," "Adventureland"), according to Hollywood Reporter.
If the film is made, it won't be David's first turn on the silver screen. He took a swing at the leading man role in Woody Allen's 2009 comedy "Whatever Works" and most recently played a nun in the Farrelly Brothers' reworking of "The Three Stooges."
What do you expect from the movie if it happens? Are you hoping for a big screen version of "Curb Your Enthusiasm"? Should David stick to TV where he's had the most success?
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