Larry David Story Documentary Pulled A Day Before HBO Premiere

Fans will have to wait longer than anticipated for the upcoming documentary about actor, writer, and comedian Larry David. According to The Hollywood Reporter, HBO has postponed airing the upcoming documentary The Larry David Story, which was supposed to air today.

The two-part documentary featured David talking to Larry Charles. Charles previously worked with David as a writer on Seinfeld and a director on Curb Your Enthusiasm. A trailer for the special was released in February. It featured clips such as David talking about how he never considered himself funny, and how different he is from the fictional version of himself he plays on Curb Your Enthusiasm. It was also going to talk about Larry’s career as a stand-up comedian and his work on Seinfeld. The documentary was also promoting David sharing his thoughts on numerous topics such as metaphysics and parenthood. Last night, the HBO Documentaries Twitter account tweeted "The #LarryDavid Story on @HBOMax is being postponed. Instead, Larry has decided he wants to do it in front of an audience. Stay tuned for more info." The trailer for the special has now been made private and unavailable to view. The documentary that was supposed to premiere tonight was directed by Charles, who was also an executive producer for it. Mark Herzog was also an executive producer. There is currently no scheduled date for when the documentary might be filmed again in front of a live audience.

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