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Jerry Seinfeld Teases Details of "Secret Project"



    Jerry Seinfeld Teases Details of "Secret Project"
    Ali Phil took this photo Monday morning outside Tom's Restaurant on the Upper West Side

    Rumors have been buzzing ever since Jerry Seinfeld and his "Seinfeld" co-star Jason Alexander were photographed strolling into Tom's Restaurant in New York City earlier this month.

    Was it for a Super Bowl ad? A full reunion show? Simply a lunch meeting between former co-workers?

    Appearing on WFAN's "Boomer & Carton" show Thursday, Seinfeld first talked football before questions arose over the Tom's get-together arose.

    While the sitcom legend wouldn't reveal exact details of what the project is, he did say that they weren’t filming a commercial or an episode of “Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee.” Or not.

    Seinfeld stressed that "it’s a secret project,” adding that he had given "more now than I’ve given anyone. I told you what it isn’t. And then I also told you that it isn’t not that, either.”

    Following his vague explanation, the radio hosts did manage to extract a few more details from the comedy star. What we know so far: Larry David was involved but will not appear on camera; it's a "one and done" occurrence; it lasts longer than 60 seconds but is "short-ish" in form; other locations were used along with Tom's; and other "Seinfeld" characters as well as Jerry and George will also feature.

    Best news of all: the "secret project" will be released "very, very soon," Seinfeld said.