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Curb Your Enthusiasm Filmed on Larry David’s Death Before Returning for a New Season

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curb Your Enthusiasm This type of show is expected from writer and star larry david, And with each new season comes David and the executive producer Jeff Schaefer Talking about the end of the series. While the show had a break (six years between Seasons 8 and 9 and then another three years between Seasons 9 and Season 10), the series returned for Season 11 and received several Emmy Awards. but as Hollywood Reporter Said, David was convinced it was the end of the series and Schaefer even told the cast and crew “If we go this way, that’s how we go!”

However, in a new interview with Schaefer, he breaks down a very important aspect of the show that was filmed and then later changed when he decided to do another season: Larry’s death. David plays Larry David in the show, a fictionalized version of himself that has all the jokes and mannerisms from David mixed with a somewhat fictional cast (mostly his real first names with different last names. Cheryl Hines David isn’t actually married, even in real life). The show has been revamped to create an interesting format to watch, but it also looks like season 11 was actually the end for the fictional Larry Davids.

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“I’m very proud of this season,” Schaefer said when asked about Season 11 and standing up to the legacy of control, “Sometimes we don’t know where we’re going, but this season when we started finding the dead man in the pool with Larry, I knew right away that we were going to end it with Larry falling into the pool.” leaving because there was no fence.” He talked about that pool again and how he filmed the scene, essentially, showing us how Larry David died.

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When asked if the show works backwards once they figure out how they want the season to end, Schaefer explained a bit about the process of making the season. curb Your Enthusiasm,

“Sometimes it’s obvious. With the first season, we knew that somehow the Spite Store was going to meet its demise. But this one, it felt right. I know I say this all the time. I am, but every season is the last season. And I wanted to prepare like it was the last. So Larry kept falling into that pool without a fence and banging his head [for the scene], We actually have a shot after he falls, still in the pool with the envelope floating in the middle, and maybe adding a bubble.”

When pushed as he filmed it as a death scene, Schaefer said:

“We shot as if it was going to be the last shot ever. I had to at least prepare for it.” He talked about why he shot a death scene for Larry, because he had never actually finished a season of the show and it was a “finale” of sorts. “It also lent itself perfectly. We went higher and wider over the pool, with a light shining on it and the envelope floating in the middle. And we said, “Well, if we go like this, So we’re like this go!””

But as the season went on, Larry didn’t die, and it didn’t add to David’s track record that he’s out of ideas and then thinking about something else, but instead, “I’m not ready to die.” . ,

Watch the Season 11 trailer below:

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