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Hugh Grant dons a Tony the Tiger suit with Jerry Seinfeld on the set of Pop-Tarts film in LA

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The A-list cast of Jerry Seinfeld's upcoming movie Unfrosted: The Pop-Tart Story got an extra dose of star power on Wednesday when Hugh Grant was spotted on the film set in Los Angeles.He was joined by Seinfeld, 68, who appeared to be filming a bizarre funeral scene at a graveyard.The set looked particularly hilarious as Hugh and several of the other actors on set were all dressed as cereal mascots, with the 61-year-old Notting Hill star suiting up as Tony the Tiger.

Ridiculous: Hugh Grant, 61, looked hilarious on the set of Jerry Seinfeld's film Unfrosted on Wednesday as he filmed a funeral scene while dressed as Tony the TigerHugh had the full costume on, including the Frosted Flakes mascots red bandana tied around his neck.The actor, who has flourished in recent years with a string of acclaimed supporting roles, proved he was willing to go the extra mile by covering up with the tiger head for part of the scene.

He was joined by other mascots, including Cornelius, the green rooster of Kellogg's Corn Flakes, the Quaker Oats man, who appeared to be played by comedian Andy Daly.In the background were Snap, Crackle and Pop, the three elf mascots for Rice Krispies.

The boss: Seinfeld, who was also on set, is directing, co-writing and starring in the comic film Dedication:Hugh had the full costume on, including the Frosted Flakes mascots red bandana tied around his neck Hilarious:The actor, who has flourished in recent years with a string of acclaimed supporting roles, proved he was willing to go the extra mile by covering up with the tiger head for part of the sceneThe three actors appeared to be playing bagpipes at the funeral, adding an extra dose of ridiculousness.Hugh stood in as dignified a fashion as one can while.

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