Here’s the first promotional photo of Jon and Larry David in “Clear Hisory”.
Recognize the guy on the right?
That’s a virtually unrecognizable Larry David in the new HBO movie Clear History (due in August). David stars as Nathan, a hipster marketing exec who sells all his shares at a start-up over a fight with his boss (Jon Hamm, left), only to miss out on billions when the company’s new product—an electric car—becomes a smashing success.
“It ruins his life,” says director Greg Mottola (Superbad), who explains that the comedy then picks up a decade after a humiliated Nathan changes his name and goes incognito.
The movie—which also stars Bill Hader, Kate Hudson, Eva Mendes, Danny McBride, Michael Keaton and more—was almost entirely improvised. “It’s all about capturing spontaneity,” says Mottola, who adds that the film is loosely based on the tribulations of an Apple employee mentioned in Walter Isaacson’s Steve Jobs book. “The lightening in a bottle stuff that if you have really fun people happens more than you expect.”
I added 417 “Mad Men” Episode 6×07 captures.
I added more photos of Jon “Katie” and “Live With Kelly & Michael”.
I posted about this movie some time ago (I think it had another title at that time) and now there’s the first trailer. You’ll recognize Jon’s voice!
Jon is currently in India to shoot “Million Dollar Arm”. Here’s the first set photo of Jon filming. Thank you to the actual JB Bernstein for sharing it with us!
The show, which is produced by Big Talk Productions and distributed by BBC Worldwide, aired on Sky Arts in the UK last year.
The 4x30mins comedy drama tells the story of the Russian playwrite Mikhail Bulgakov’s time as a young medical graduate just before the Russian Revolution and is narrated by his older, more experienced self.
“As a cause-based media company dedicated to the arts, Ovation is the perfect home for such a rich visual adaptation of this classic literary work,” said the channels’ creative chief Robert Weiss.
Weiss recently told TBI about his plans for Ovation, having recently joined as chief creative officer. More became clear yesterday as the cable net unveiled its new slate at an Upfront presentation in New York yesterday and a 2014 development slate stretching to 16 new series.
Weiss said: “We are literally taking our number of original programming hours and boosting them by over four hundred per cent. With this seismic shift in our programming focus, we are making the leap to become a full-service arts network – America’s only arts network.”
I also added a new promotional image from the serie.
I added 1 HQ still of Jon in “Mad Men” Episode 6×07.
I added photos of Jon out in New York on May 03 and 05.
I added 309 “Mad Men” Episode 6×06 Captures.
I also added 6 more stills from the episode.