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Larry David Not Sure About "Curb Your Enthusiasm's" Future

John P. Johnson/HBO(BEVERLY HILLS, Calif.) -- Will Larry David make another season of his HBO comedy, Curb Your Enthusiasm?  He has no idea.

Promoting his new HBO movie Clear History at a Television Critics Association panel in Beverly Hills, Calif., Thursday, David said he is "an indecisive fellow."

"It's a big decision, by the way, to decide to do a season of that show.  It's a big decision.  I don't take it lightly," he told the journalists on hand.

The most recent season of Curb aired in 2011.  Since then, David has written and starred in Clear History, in which he plays an executive at an electric car company who quits his job before the company takes off.

Clear History, also starring Jon Hamm, Eva Mendes, Kate Hudson, Michael Keaton and Bill Hader, premieres on Aug. 10.

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