Turns out the mystery project that Larry David has been putting together with director Greg Mottola won't be hitting theaters as originally reported. Instead, according to The L.A. Times, the film is most likely heading directly to HBO. David obviously has a very good relationship with HBO because of Curb Your Enthusiasm, and the network is also willing to give the project a much bigger budget than Fox Searchlight was looking to provide.
Not much is known about the project other than the fact that John Hamm and Michael Keaton have both signed on for roles along with David. Curb writers Alec Berg, David Mandel, and Michael Schaffer are working on the script for the movie, which is said to be mainly improv-based. We'll have more information on this project as it becomes available.
[via The L.A. Times]