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Larry David's daughter says he had a 'breakdown' because it was 'too loud' at New York Fashion Week event

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Fox News Flash top entertainment and celebrity headlines are here. Check out what's clicking today in entertainment. It seems that Larry David prefers low talkers. After the 74-year-old "Seinfeld" creator went viral in several videos for covering his ears at boisterous events such as New York Fashion Week and the US Open, David's daughter finally opened up on her dad's odd behavior. "I found it so disturbing," Cazzie David, 27, told the "Call Her Daddy" podcast.

How Armando Iannucci's em David Copperfield /em Differs From Charles Dickens' Novel


Charles Dickens' longest novel has a title to match: The Personal History, Adventures, Experience and Observation of David Copperfield the Younger of Blunderstone Rookery. That's too much to fit on a film poster, though, which is probably why writer-director Armando Iannucci abbreviated it to The Personal History of David Copperfield in his new adaptation of the story, which is about the life, loves, and changing fortunes of a young Victorian boy who grows up to become a writer. The title isn't the only thing getting the chop: The director reunited with his The Thick of It and Veep collaborator Simon Blackwell to condense hundreds of pages into a tidy two-hour runtime. Meanwhile, the colorblind production casts several actors of color, including Dev Patel as the hero--something that goes largely unremarked upon beyond the occasional bit of dialogue. We've rounded up the other most significant changes from page to screen below.

Here's your first look at 'Jessica Jones' Season 2


We last saw Jessica Jones taking down the Hand in Marvel's Defenders, but soon she'll be back for another solo outing, hopefully as powerful and gripping as the last. Netflix released the first images and a few behind-the-scenes photos from Jessica Jones Season 2, and we just hope we can remain patient.

The Invention of Black Boyhood Onscreen in "David Makes Man"

The New Yorker

When the teen drama "Euphoria" premièred, on HBO, in the summer of 2019, it was a cultural event. Its themes of drug abuse, mental health, and ecstasy, and its packaging and presentation of queer aesthetics, came Instagram-ready. No matter how bleak things got at East Highland High, you still wanted to dress like Rue and Jules, characters who, given the show's interest in appearances, were necessarily fetish princesses of the genre. It is the metabolic opposite of "Euphoria." The remarkably humane melodrama is not trying to influence you, or make you buy something; nor is it trying to ride on pop-cultural rhythms.

Alphonso David sues Human Rights Campaign, claiming that it fired him for being Black

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Fox News Flash top headlines are here. Check out what's clicking on The former president of the Human Rights Campaign (HRC) is suing the organization for alleged racial discrimination. Attorneys for Alphonso David, a civil rights attorney who is Black, filed a lawsuit in New York federal court on Thursday morning claiming that David was paid less than his White coworkers and that he was fired in September because of his race. Alphonso David speaks with members of the LGBTQ caucus during a visit to Georgia in support of the two Democratic U.S. Senate candidates, on Dec. 19, 2020, in Atlanta.