Jerry Seinfeld hinted at a big new project in the works with Larry David, co-creator of the iconic “Seinfeld,” when he opened up to fans on Reddit with an “Ask Me Anything” chat
In answering questions about David (“What is the most mundane thing you and Larry have obsessed over?), Seinfeld shared: “We never obsess over anything that isn't mundane. Most recent was intentional mumbling. We wrote this script for this thing that you will eventually see but I can't reveal what it is at this time. All I can do is tell you is that it's big, huge, gigantic. Even bigger than that Amazon package.”
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The Amazon package was a referral to the photo that went viral of a humongous Amazon box on a delivery truck.
Seinfeld, who didn’t offer any more tantalizing tidbits about future projects with David, talked openly about his current work, “Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee,” and what life on the “Seinfeld” set was like.
Commenting on his favorite episode of the mega-popular sitcom, known for being about nothing much, Seinfeld said he loved when Newman drove his mail truck over a sewing machine and it burst into flames.
“It was really fun to shoot, and it was fun to set Newman on fire. And he screamed 'oh the humanity' like from the Hindenberg disaster. It's one of my favorites,” he told Reddit fans.
Another fan asked about “Seinfeld” scenes and how hard it was to film the show without laughing, pointing to scenes and outtakes that showed Seinfeld was fighting back laughter.
“The thing about the show is that you have to realize that I had to look into the faces of those people, six inches away, so if you think Kramer is funny on TV, imagine his real face six inches from your nose, how funny that is,” Seinfeld answered. “You can't imagine. It's impossible not to laugh. So I would.”
As for his current work, Seinfeld was asked which deceased comedian he would interview in what kind of car if he could. The answer: “Charlie Chaplin in a Duesenberg.”
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