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Discussion in 'The Mainboard' started by Jack Parkman, Mar 8, 2018.
I haven't seen the Sopranos but isn't the end the part people wanted him to flesh out?
Only morons, there was heavy handed foreshadowing and allusions throughout.
I already saw Goodfellas though
Why do we need a prequel or something that wasn’t good
I’m not sure it’s even debatable to say it’s a top 5 show all time
No one actually says that right?
Cool. I’m in
I’ve never met one person that likes Sopranos. Not one
Best show of all time
Thought they already did this?
This is, objectively, a dumb take
Just been watching random episodes as HBO is showing marathons with this month being the 20 year anniversary of its debut.
He was good in The Deuce. Cautiously optimistic.
Cannot wait for this film
Doesn’t look like he has the making of a varsity athlete.
I’ve tried to watch the show now on my third time. First two times made in into mid/late season 2. On season 3 now.
It’s not on my top 10-20 as of now.
I find this to be top class bullshit. Didn’t your brother date an Italian. No chance they didn’t watch and didn’t love the show.
About to finish 3rd watch.
Such a drastic change after season 3.
4 and 5 are so dark and depressing.
Forgot how stupid the Vito shit was. And the Kevin finerty dream crap, although the scene with Tony b trying to get him to go into the house was good.
Much of season 6 part 1 just came off as filler episodes.
you think every Italian person enjoys being associated with organized crime?
that was a recurring plot point
I love the episode where they go to Italy and Paulie is expecting it to be like a big homecoming but the Italians are all like "stupid Americans"
HBO made Chase make the last season longer, so part 1 is pretty much just filler episodes.
No, I’m speaking to Devine about a family he and I both know
Its been years since I've watched but I can remember a season or 2 where they really ramped up the violence and sex
Dr Melfi making fun of her ex-husband for being part of the Italian American Anti-defamation group was great.
Well it is Rutgers after all.
Yeah, I knew there was something to that, but couldn't remember how it all went down.
I really hope that a character explains to young Tony that he’ll understand the importance of fresh produce once he’s married
For the whole run-up to the “Sopranos” prequel film so far, casting news has been associated with one title, “The Many Saints of Newark.”
Now, Deadline reports that the film’s latest title is simply “Newark," and that it will be released on Sept. 25, 2020.
The film, co-written by “Sopranos” creator David Chase and Lawrence Konner, is reportedly set in the 1960s during Tony Soprano’s childhood, circa the time of the Newark riots. “Sopranos” (and “Game of Thrones”) alum Alan Taylor is directing the movie for New Line.
The cast of “Newark” will feature 19-year-old Michael Gandolfini, James Gandolfini’s son, as a young Tony. Alessandro Nivola will play Dickey/Dickie Moltisanti, father to Christopher Moltisanti, who serves as a mentor to young Tony.