It’s a big day for Seinfeld-related pop culture news. First we got word that Julia Louis-Dreyfus may be
Toupee or not toupee. That is the question. Whether or not you're surprised at the news that Jason Alexander will replace Larry David on Broadway this summer in David's play, Fish in the Dark -- you're not surprised, how could you be surprised, seriously, since Alexander's most famous role came playing a fictional version of […]
Larry David told the packed house he’d show his penis for a $100,000 donation to Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS.
Jason Alexander takes over for Larry David in "Fish in the Dark" on Broadway.
Larry David’s final performance in his play will be on June 7, which is when the freshman playwriting effort was slated to shutter. Instead, the run has been extended six weeks, with his Seinfeld alter ego Jason Alexander (aka George Costanza) stepping into the role of Norman Drexel. Show More Summary
The comedy's Broadway run has been extended through July 19.
Mock Paper Scissors: The victory of gay marriage may be all but inevitable, but Maggie Gallagher still has battles to fight. David Ehrenstein: Larry Kramer's magnum opus is a new look at American history. Eclectablog: No, Obama did not...Show More Summary
LARRY WILMORE ON AGE As you know, Larry Wilmore has taken over the Comedy Central spot at 11:30PM formerly held by Stephen Colbert who is preparing to step into David Letterman's position at CBS-TV in the fall. Recently, Steve Garfield...
Eighteenth century subversion meets Larry David lunacy in “Figaro” at A Noise Within. Ingenuity permeates this buoyant adaptation of Beaumarchais’ classic account of one crazy day at the Almavivas', circa 1784 or 2015, take your pic...
And we’re off to the races, folks, with six new Broadway shows in previews and more to come before the April 23 deadline for 2014-15 season Tony Awards eligibility. Stars rule, with cash flashers flocking to see Larry David dither in...Show More Summary
Seinfeld is looking to follow in the footsteps of former Must See TV companion Friends with a rich SVOD deal. Sony Pictures TV, which is distributing Jerry Seinfeld and Larry David’s classic sitcom, has taken the show’s 180 episodes to streaming services. Show More Summary
Larry David is soon going to have even less of a reason to complain: According to The Wall Street Journal, Amazon, Hulu, and Yahoo are locked in a bidding war for the streaming rights to Seinfeld, a deal that's expected to eventually eclipse the $500,000 per episode Netflix got for... More »
Tom Hanks, a muppet disguised in a human cocoon, has really been all over NYC in recent weeks: he caught the premiere of Larry David's new play, he reunited with Wilson at a Rangers game, he starred in a Carly Rae Jepsen video, he hogged seats on the subway and defended his right to hog seats on the subway. Show More Summary
Jimmy Fallon, Tom Hanks, Amy Schumer, Jim Gaffigan, Judd Apatow, Lisa Kudrow, Larry David, and Jon Favreau are among over 60 famous funny people featured in this hilarious...
Larry David likes to joke that he could be the Jets' offensive coordinator, and if that happens, maybe Method Man could be the head coach or general manager.
This week in New York, Common, Fabolous, and the Hemsworth brothers all partied separately at Landmarc, Aziz Ansari tried out a hot new Tex-Mex restaurant (Javelina), and funny men Larry David, Martin Short, and David Steinberg dined together at the notoriously exclusive Polo Bar. Show More Summary
During the recent Comedy Central telethon Night of Too Many Stars to benefit autism, Martin Short took the phone away from Larry David and then impersonated David to see if the person on the other end of the call would notice. The two men pass the phone back and forth several times, and give no indication that the […]
When everything was the worst, but at least Larry understood you.
David Wessel: Spending on Our Crumbling Infrastructure: Larry Summers recently said something startling: “At this moment... the share of public investment in GDP, adjusting for depreciation, so that’s net share, is zero. Zero. We’re not net investing...
What would happen if you emailed Larry Page or Sergey Brin? There's a great thread on Quora where people dish about the email habits of some of tech's biggest stars. The answer for Google's cofounders is especially funny. User David Shin wrote that when he worked at Google in 2006/2007, Page and Brin held a Q&A session. Show More Summary