Larry David wants to be a movie star

Playing a variation of himself on HBO’s hit sitcom “Curb Your Enthusiasm,” isn’t too much of a stretch for Larry David. That show, which is essentially unscripted, allows “Curb’s” executive producer and creator, to just flow and go with it. No lines to learn, no lines to flub.

He’s the man and his co-stars have to keep up with him.

In “Whatever Works,” a new Woody Allen comedy that hits theaters on June 19, David is the leading man but not the Man. That honor is reserved for Allen who picked David to impossibly cantankerous and pessimistic Boris Yellnikoff, a character not so loosely based on Allen himself.

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