What’s the deal with Pop Tarts? They do not burst and they are not sour. (Cue musical interlude)
After distancing himself from sitcoms, Jerry Seinfeld will star in, direct and produce No frost, a motion picture comedy he co-wrote with Spike Feresten and Barry Marder and is inspired by a joke he told on stage about Pop Tarts. This unique biopic will be featured on Netflix, where Seinfeld has an existing and enjoyable relationship with the streamer. With the green light already blazing like an illuminated toaster coil, production is scheduled to begin next spring.
Seinfeld has a really comfortable setup on Netflix. In 2017, the comedian struck a deal that brought his interview series Comedians in cars drinking coffee to the streamer, along with two stand-up specials, Jerry before Seinfeld, Y 23 hours to kill. Later this year, the groundbreaking sitcom His field will come to Netflix, where it will live for a total of five years.
“Stuck at home watching endless sad faces on television, I thought this would be a good time to do something based on sheer nonsense.” Seinfeld commented. “So we took my part of Pop Tart from my latest Netflix special and turned it into a crazy giant comedy movie.”
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Woof! That It must be nice stumble upon a lucrative Netflix deal thanks to a bit about a delicious toasted cake. However, who can blame them? Pop Tarts are amazing, even when they’re not frosted. That’s right, I said it. I prefer my Pop Tarts without frost. Nobody else? If I were to go with an ice cream Pop Tart, I think I would choose Raspberry. And you? What is your favorite Pop Tart flavor? Are you interested in Seinfeld’s latest Netflix project? Speak up in the comment section below and let us know what you think.