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‘The Sopranos’ Prequel Film in the Works
‘The Sopranos’ Prequel Film in the Works
Put the Sunday gravy on the stove because we’re returning to the world of The Sopranos. But unlike the current wave of revivals flooding our TVs, David Chase’s new project is heading to the big screen. The creator of one of the most beloved shows of all time has sold a screenplay for a film prequel titled The Many Saints of Newark, which will examine the New Jersey mafia in the 1960s — including a few familiar (but much younger) faces.
'Sopranos' Boss Talks Maybe-Prequel and HBO's Drama Problem
'Sopranos' Boss Talks Maybe-Prequel and HBO's Drama Problem
Even amid HBO’s current difficulty launching new hit dramas, The Sopranos remains sorely missed almost a decade past David Chase’s infamous ending. Chase hasn’t fully crossed out the idea of returning to the Soprano family in prequel, but a new chat sees the showrunner discussing a filmed alternate ending, as well as changes at the network that might have put buddy Terence Winter’s Vinyl into its current state.
10 Facts You Might Not Know About 'The Sopranos'
10 Facts You Might Not Know About 'The Sopranos'
The Sopranos redefined television for more than just HBO, but did you know creator David Chase still thought of expanding his vision into a film, after the pilot was already shot? Or that the series shares 27 actors with its Goodfellas inspiration? Wake up this morning, and get yourself the 25th episode of ‘You Think You Know TV?,’ as we drive to Jersey for some felonious facts of HBO's The Sopranos!

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