Ten years later, he is living on a small island off the coast of Massachusetts and his peace is interrupted when something from his past threatens his new life.
“I’m proud to be a Jewish American,” announces Handler, who was raised in her father’s Jewish faith, but has always had questions about her maternal Christian grandparents’ German roots. Ask me in six months.” When another reporter noted that he also takes an incredibly long amount of time to decide whether to do another season or not (since HBO will say yes whenever he agrees to do so), he said, among other things: * “I’m an indecisive fellow. ” When he wasn’t fielding “Curb” questions, David was having a field day mocking the critics(*) in attendance for questions he found dumb, inane and, occasionally, amusing.He complained, “Not a great question, sir,” when Dan asked about some of the movie’s visual comedy (and later apologized, saying it was a good question that he had no good answer for).There’s still no word whether or not David intends to make any more episodes, but he will make a brief, welcome return to HBO on August 10, starring in the movie persona: He’s always trying to fix his screw-ups and winds up making them worse.We won’t spoil it by revealing the rather convoluted plot but we will tell you that the A-List cast is fabulous: Jon Hamm, Michael Keaton, Eva Mendes and two actors with partially Jewish roots: Kate Hudson and Liev Schreiber. For starters, his name here isn’t “Larry David” but Nathan Flomm.