Jerry Seinfeld's Mystery Project: More Secrets Revealed!

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Here's what Jerry Seinfeld's mystery project — which he was seen filming with "Seinfeld" co-star Jason Alexander at Tom's Diner recently — is not.

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As he teased on WFAN's "Boomer and Carton" radio show this morning, it's not a Super Bowl commercial. And it's not an episode of his Web series, "Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee."

Then again, he said, "It's not not those things, either." Typical Jerry!

"I gave you more now than I've given anyone," Seinfeld added. "I told you what it isn't. And then I also told you that it isn't not that, either."

So, maybe it could be a movie after all?!

The radio hosts wouldn't let him off the hook though, so they played a round of 20 questions.

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The highlights include:

  • Other "Seinfeld" characters are involved.

  • It's "short-ish form" (so … maybe not a movie?), but longer than 60 seconds.

  • Alexander was playing George.

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  • Larry David is involved, but he is not on camera.

  • The project will be seen "very, very soon."

  • It's "one-and-done.

  • Filming was done at other locations aside from the diner, but not at Seinfeld's apartment

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So, besides a movie, what could this secret project be?

Gothamist isn't so sure it isn't a Super Bowl commercial, after all. "We're still not convinced this project won't air during the Super Bowl, considering the timing. But maybe it's only online."

Our best guess: Seinfeld is filming a special edition of "Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee" that will air during the Super Bowl. That kind of covers the bases — it's not a commercial and it's not a webisode and it's not not those things either.

Or maybe it's just nothing at all. That would be fitting, right?