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Larry David Reveals That 'Gigantic Project' He's Been Working On with Jerry Seinfeld

By Dustin Rowles | Trade News | January 13, 2014 | Comments ()


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Last week, during a Reddit AMA, Jerry Seinfeld revealed that he and Larry David were working on a “gigantic” project together, but he wouldn’t reveal the nature of the project. It was a secret! Well, Roger Friedman figured it out by, uh, asking Larry David, and you know what, that “gigantic project” isn’t all that exciting. It’s a Broadway play.

Larry, whose hilarious HBO movie “Clear History” I just re-watched, told me: “I’ve written a play.” A play? For, like, Broadway? “Yes.” And Jerry would star in it? “Maybe,” he said. “We’re talking about it.” Or directing, or producing, sounds like. Don’t forget, Jerry produced and directed Colin Quinn’s one man show on Broadway.

No further details were provided by Friedman, though he did mention that he saw Jennifer Aniston and Justin Theroux at the same event, and that they were “happy as clams,” which is a scurrilous rumor that someone at the Anti-Tabloid Organization is spreading. How could they possibly be happy as clams, since Jennifer Aniston’s pregnant with Brad Pitt’s love child, and Justin Theroux is cheating on Jennifer with a space alien? POPPYCOCK.

Source: Showbiz411








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  • Uriah_Creep

    Jennifer Aniston’s pregnant with Brad Pitt’s love child, and Justin Theroux is cheating on Jennifer with a space alien?

    Uh oh, somebody's got some 'splainin' to do!

  • Daniel Valentin

    Well, what do you expect? David's entire comedy schtick is overreaction to everything, so he'd OBVIOUSLY label something this tame as "gigantic."

  • Three_nineteen

    Seinfeld is the one who labeled the project "gigantic" and "secret".

  • Robert

    "and you know what, that “gigantic project” isn’t all that exciting. It’s a Broadway play."

    Because theater is boring. Also, everyone thinks their play is coming to Broadway; most don't. Just ask Joan Rivers. She had investors lined up and everything for her new play a couple years ago and lost them when an appropriate sized theater was not available. I'm still holding out hope for George Takei's musical Allegiance, about the experience of Japanese immigrants in the US internment camps, really will be able to book a theater that meets their technical requirements soon.

    The excitement factor comes from Larry David writing a play. We know he can write well for TV. Let's see what he can do with a longer form in theater. If the play is strong, it will be performed all across the country when the rights become available. Even if it's just ok, the novelty of performing a Larry David play will catch the eye of some of the stranger theater companies that exist in most major cities. And if it's a Tony-award winning masterpiece, the film adaptation will follow in a couple years once the Broadway run ends.

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