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Jerry Seinfeld to reunite with Larry David on secret project

Posted by Christopher Hughes  January 7, 2014 03:20 PM

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The last time we saw Jerry Seinfeld with longtime writing partner Larry David, they were dodging chubby midriffs while penning a fake "Seinfeld" reunion on HBO's "Curb Your Enthusiasm." According to a recent leak by Seinfeld himself, the duo is working on a new, covert project that should emerge soon.

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On a Monday Reddit, "Ask Me Anything" chat, the comedian was asked for "the most mundane thing you and Larry have obsessed over?" Not only did Seinfeld abstain from answering with a generic platitude, he divulged:

"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."

The last sentence was in regards to this photo making its way around Reddit. But obviously the bigger news -- yes, bigger than a trailer-length cardboard box -- was the mysterious "big, huge, gigantic" project alluded to. Is it a ninth season of "Curb Your Enthusiasm"? Another faux-"Seinfeld" reunion that restores George's lost iToilet fortune? Just tell me it's not an episode of "Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee."

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