The famous foursome is returning to TV! Everyone is anxiously awaiting the "Seinfeld" reunion on "Curb Your Enthusiasm" next month. Jerry Seinfeld, Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Jason Alexander and Michael Richards laugh it up on the cover of Entertainment Weekly with "Seinfeld" creator Larry David.
David dished to "Extra" about the big reunion, "They're not in every show. They will be in five episodes in the season." The quirky TV star adds, "I really think people are going to get a kick out of it."
Season 7 of "Curb" debuts September 20 on HBO.
"Extra" caught up with Julia Louis-Dreyfus at the WB fall lineup party, and we couldn't help but ask about the highly-anticipated "Seinfeld" reunion on "Curb Your Enthusiasm"!
Julia tells "Extra," "We've done it. We shot it. It's in the can, baby! They are editing it as we speak."
It's been over a decade since the gang worked together, so who was the biggest diva on set? Julia tells all in this clip!
"Extra's" Mario Lopez loves "The Junior Mint" episode of "Seinfeld" when Jerry and Kramer accidentally drop the candy into a patient's body during surgery. Oops!
"Extra" wants to know -- What's your favorite "Seinfeld" moment? Is it "The Soup Nazi" or the origination of "Yadda Yadda Yadda?" Leave your fave below!
After 11 years, it's about time! "Seinfeld" creator Larry David says he wrote a reunion into the upcoming season of "Curb Your Enthusiasm" for the cast of the memorable sitcom.
David told the reporters at the TCA Press Tour in Pasadena, "I called Jerry, and Jerry was game." He says he worked closely with Seinfeld on the "show-within-a-show" script and that the cast will appear in five "Curb" episodes in a storyline about the cast reuniting.
"You're not going to see the whole show but then you'll going to see the cast as themselves in a 'Curb' episode with 'Curb' stories, so it's this strange kind of blending of the two shows," David tells "Extra." He adds, "You get two for one."
Jerry Seinfeld, Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Jason Alexander and Michael Richards haven't appeared together on screen since the "Seinfeld" series finale in 1998.
"Curb Your Enthusiasm" returns to HBO on Sept. 20.
"Extra" wants to know -- What's your favorite "Seinfeld" moment?
Barack Obama isn't the only fan of Supreme Court nominee Sonia Sotomayor -- she's also earned the respect of "Seinfeld."
Sotomayor sided with Castle Rock Entertainment during a lawsuit in 1997, when she ruled that Beth Golub, author of "The Seinfeld Aptitude Test," violated Castle Rock Entertainment's copyright on the "Seinfeld" show.
She thought there was something wrong with that.
Simon Cowell rakes in the big bucks with a whopping annual salary of $72 million, but what kind of dough are other Hollywood bigwigs pulling down?
Jennifer Aniston rakes in $27 million as America's Sweetheart -- and her ex, Brad Pitt, trails her salary with a paycheck of $20 million as half of Hollywood's first couple!
Will Smith has proven he is box office gold -- his movies make bank on the big screen! The actor himself takes home $80 million, while funnyman Jerry Seinfeld makes $85 million!