Julia Louis-Dreyfus counters concerns about Jerry Seinfeld’s cancel culture

It’s been almost two months since the TV icon’s day Jerry Seinfeld creating right-wing applause with complaints about perceived cultural sensitivity. But in a new interview, Julia Louis-Dreyfus making it clear that she disagrees with her 70-year-old man Seinfeld co-star, even thought his comments were a bit out of tune.

As you may recall, Jerry Seinfeld and Julia Louis-Dreyfus went from fan-favorite comedies to household names in the early 1990s, when Seinfeld hit the air. Since then, the show has been rebroadcast on television lined bag belong to Far-right commentator Steve Bannon, who has an ownership stake in the program. That is said That’s one of the biggest controversies until April, when co-creator of the show Seinfeld Talk to New Yorker that the “radical left and PC crap” have killed television comedies (although many are still on the air).

The reaction took place quickly with Expert on the right embracing the comedian, while Others describe his comments is the standard language of a wealthy American of a certain age.

But while Louis-Dreyfus is said to be wealthy and in Seinfeld’s demographic, she is trying to prove that her former co-star’s views are not her own. In an interview with the New York Times Magazineshe admitted it—as everyone else noticed see Seinfeld in 2024—“If you look back at both comedy and drama, let’s say 30 years ago, through the lens of today, you can find pieces that don’t age well.” But in her mind, that doesn’t mean things can’t evolve over time.

“I think having an antenna about sensibility is not a bad thing,” Louis-Dreyfus continued, adding pointedly “It doesn’t mean all comedy is out .”

The actor’s next comment also seemed like a response to his former co-star’s comment. “When I hear people start complaining about political correctness — and I understand why people might object to that — but to me, that’s a red flag because sometimes it’s mean different meaning.”

Those were unsurprising words from a public figure with whom he had previously collaborated Seinfeld people Jason Alexander And Larry David because a Democratic Party fundraiser in 2020. That event was a step down by Seinfeld miss, but according to Louis-Dreyfus, these days she is looking forward to it.

“I just know that the lens through which we create art today — and I wouldn’t assign it to comedy, but drama as well — it’s a different lens. It really is,” she said. “Everything has change. And in that case, I would say, things have changed a lot for the good.”


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