Jason Alexander has revealed why Susan got the chop.
Finally, Jason Alexander has revealed why - oh why - Heidi Swedberg's character Susan was killed off in Seinfeld. Well, as it turns out it had nothing to do with narrative direction - it was simply that the rest of the cast just didn't enjoy sharing scenes with it.
Jason Alexander has revealed why Susan was killed off in Seinfeld
"I couldn't figure out how to play off of her," Alexander said of Swedberg, who went on to star in Roswell, Gilmore Girls and Bones. "Her instincts for doing a scene, where the comedy was, and mine were always misfiring. And she would do something, and I would go, 'OK, I see what she's going to do - I'm going to adjust to her.' And I'd adjust, and then it would change."
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From one 'Seinfeld' star to another.
Jason Alexander will take over from Larry David in Fish in the Dark
David, who co-wrote Seinfeld, has been playing lead character Normal Drexel in the production though Alexander will takeover from June 9 until June 19.
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Julia Roberts and Richard Gere joined the rest of the film’s main cast on Tuesday’s ‘Today’ show.
The cast of Pretty Woman were reunited on Tuesday’s edition of the ‘Today’ show, to celebrate the film’s 25th anniversary. Stars Julia Roberts, Richard Gere, Hector Elizondo and Laura San Giacomo joined director Garry Marshall for a chat with Matt Lauer about how they all came together to make the classic film.
Can you beleive Julia Roberts starred in Pretty Woman 25 years ago!?
During the interview the cast revealed some secrets about the movie, including that initially Richard Gere wasn’t keen on the part of Edward at all. "The joke was you could put a suit on a goat and it would work,” Gere said of his character in the initial script. “So I didn’t get it.”
Daena E. Title and Jason Alexander - 23rd Annual A Night at Sardi's to benefit the Alzheimer's Association at Beverly Hilton Hotel - Beverly Hills, California, United States - Wednesday 18th March 2015
The classic 90s series is reportedly close to been sold to an online streaming service for a hefty price tag.
We could all soon be enjoying the luxury of watching our favourite episodes of ‘Seinfeld’ whenever we wish, as the series is reportedly close to inking a deal with an online streaming service. According to the Wall Street Journal, Sony Pictures Television is in advanced talks to sell reruns of the series to an online video service, with a deal possibly being reached within a matter of weeks.
Seinfeld could soon be availble to stream at your pleasure
Hulu, Amazon and Yahoo are said to be among the bidders for the sitcom, while Netflix has apparently passed after taking a “hard look at the series last year”. But whoever decides to purchase 'the show about nothing’ wont be getting a bargain, as sources report the deal could fetch a price well north of half a million dollars per episode.
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Nick Wild (Jason Statham) is working as a Las Vegas bodyguard for hire, mainly due to his lethal professional skills, but also because of a slight gambling problem he has. Unfortunately for Wild, he allows business to get mixed up with his personal life, as he chooses to help a friend of his that gets savagely beaten by a Vegas thug. After extracting a bloody revenge on the thug, Wild finds his simple little existence challenged by an entire crime family that seem hell-bent on sending him to a shallow grave in the desert. Wild knows that one way or another, he's not gonna be in Vegas by the morning.
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Bob Saget and Jason Alexander - Lili Claire Foundation which helps to improve the lives of children with neurogenetic birth conditions hosted a benefit concert which was held at The Venetian luxury resort in Las Vegas, Nevada, United States - Saturday 15th November 2014
The 100% unofficial Seinfeld Emoji app is here
If you’ve ever thought your conversations about nothing were lacking something, then you’ll be happy to know that a range of unofficial Seinfeld emojis have been added to the App Store.
Seinfeld ads on the NYC subway (Getty/Rob Kim)
The emojis come from the popular Seinfeld revival Twitter account, @Seinfeld2000, which is run by Jason Richards. To do the project, he recruited designer Kevin McCauley to draw about five Seinfeld emojis. McCauley did about 20, because he’s a huge Seinfeld fan and, presumably, he just couldn’t stop himself. This is when Shahruz Shaukat, a developer at BuzzFeed, got involved and helped the duo get these Emojis from conception to completion.
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Not what the people wanted, it would seem
Appetites were well and truly whetted; the rumor mill was in full flow. Yes, the sighting of Jerry Seinfeld and Jason Alexander – stars of America’s favorite comedy, Seinfeld – outside Tom’s Café in New York brought back the hysteria of the 90s sitcom, as fans and media outlets alike attempted to guess the reason behind their meeting.
If the 'comeback' was a litmus test for a real reunion, don't expect to see the gang together anytime soon
But the Comedians in Cars/Seinfeld/Superbowl advert mash-up – is it turned out to be – wasn’t brilliant. It’s difficult to pin why or how it wasn’t brilliant, but something was amiss. Perhaps it was the hype: Jerry was answering questions when he appeared on WFAN’s “Boomer & Carton” show, hinting at the project.
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Something big's on the horizon.
It’s been on the cards. Seinfeld did an AMA on Reddit in which he hinted at a secret project with Larry David – another one of the brains behind the phenomenal success of 90s sitcom, Seinfeld. Then he was pictured talking to Jason Alexander outside the iconic Tom’s Café, NYC.
What the hell is going on Jerry Seinfeld?
Seinfeld was in the mood for answering questions when he appeared on WFAN’s “Boomer & Carton” show. Usually so tight-lipped, it’s hard to imagine he had any other intention of whetting the public’s appetite for a Seinfeld-esque return.
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Will they, won't they?
Of course it’s not definitely coming back, but it’s a laugh to talk about Seinfeld making a return to screens, and Jerry Seinfeld being spotted with Jason Alexander outside the iconic Tom’s Café in New York is a great place to start.
Jerry Seinfeld has absolutely nothing to worry about
Lucky Twitter user and “Thai Food Enthusiast” @ClubAliP spotted the pair and subsequently snapped them. She (the person in the picture is a female, but we don’t know if she’s a women) then uploaded it to Twitter.
Jerry Seinfeld, Jason Alexander and apparently Larry David too, were reunited at the restaurant made famous by the classic 90's sitcom
Jerry Seinfeld and Jason Alexander helped make Tom's Restaurant a internationally-known hang-out when Jerry, George, Krammer and Elaine used it as their regular haunt on hit 90's sitcom Seinfeld. On Monday, 13 January, Jerry and George (who was played by Alexander) visited their old haunt once again, prompting rumours of a possible Seinfeld reunion.
Jerry Seinfeld was spotted with his two former co-workers
It wasn't just Seinfeld and Alexander who were there either, as series co-writer and Curb Your Enthusiasm mastermind Larry David was also allegedly spotted at the dinner, as was a camera crew catching their actions - or at least Jerry and Jason's. This was clearly no chance meeting and the presence of the camera crew has only escalated rumours that a follow on or potential spin off for Seinfeld could be on its way, however the more likely explanation is that the two were filming something much less exciting.
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