The Many Saints of Newark - David Chase's Sopranos Prequel Film

BIV

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#4
No one wants this except David Chase
 

Mags

LDAR, bitch.
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#5
Having recently rewatched the whole Sopranos series (and it was great again), I kinda liked the flashbacks to his father and uncle Junior.
 

Floyd1977

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#6
No one wants this except David Chase
I know, right! Next think you know you'll be tellling me they're going to make a young Han Solo origin movie.
 

Fred West

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#11
Eh, why not give it a spin? It would have to be utter dogshit to lay a glove on The Sopanos reputation for me.
 

LiddyRules

The 9/11 Moon Landings Were An Outside Job
#13
Eh, why not give it a spin? It would have to be utter dogshit to lay a glove on The Sopanos reputation for me.
I'm looking forward to the scene where Corrado Sr. arrives at Ellis Island ...

Customs Guy: "Name?"
Corrado: "Corrado"
Customs Guy: "Last name? Name of your family, your clan, your birthplace."
Corrado: "I never really had a family, nor do I really have a homeland. I like opera. But I'm not really a fan of Tenors, or Baritones, or Basses. Mezzos are okay but not my favorite, though quite close."
 

Fred West

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#14
I'm looking forward to the scene where Corrado Sr. arrives at Ellis Island ...

Customs Guy: "Name?"
Corrado: "Corrado"
Customs Guy: "Last name? Name of your family, your clan, your birthplace."
Corrado: "I never really had a family, nor do I really have a homeland. I like opera. But I'm not really a fan of Tenors, or Baritones, or Basses. Mezzos are okay but not my favorite, though quite close."
Or Phil Leotardo Sr arriving...

Customs: "Name?"
Leotardo Sr: "Leonardo"
Customs: "Leotardo, it is."
Leotardo Sr: "Fanuc!"
 
#15
Or Phil Leotardo Sr arriving...

Customs: "Name?"
Leotardo Sr: "Leonardo"
Customs: "Leotardo, it is."
Leotardo Sr: "Fanuc!"
"I see here you have a note pinned on you that says your name is 'Leonardo.'"
Drools moronically...
"Leonardo? More like Leotardo."
 

lajikal

Registered User
#16
L'il Tony Soprano, meet Li'l Paulie Walnuts, Li'l Silvio Dante, and Li'l Jimmy 'The Hammer' Galvino.
Dr Melfi getting molested by the Puerto Rican kid under the jungle gym.
 
#17
I always did want to see a Sopranos prequel, more insight into Johnnny and Livia’s story, and young Tony putting his crew together and eventually becoming a made man.
 

Sinn Fein

Infidel and White Interloper
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#18
I'd give it a look...

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Sinn Fein

Infidel and White Interloper
Wackbag Staff
#19
Update:

Tony Soprano character will appear in prequel film 'The Many Saints of Newark'
By Tyler McCarthy | Fox News

'The Sopranos' prequel movie will feature a young Tony Soprano. (HBO)
After months of speculation, “The Sopranos” creator David Chase has revealed that a young Tony Soprano will indeed appear in the upcoming prequel movie “The Many Saints of Newark.”
Chase confirmed the news in an interview with Deadline, revealing that Tony will play a key part in the story, which takes place in the 1960s when he was a child.

“I was interested in Newark and life in Newark at that time,” Chase told the outlet. “I used to go to down there every Saturday night for dinner with my grandparents. But the thing that interested me most was Tony’s boyhood. I was interested in exploring that.”
Fans will remember the late James Gandolfini pioneering the role of Tony for all six seasons of the show, which premiered in 1999 and is rapidly approaching its 20th anniversary.

The story will harken back to a time only referenced in “The Sopranos” during the early years, when the characters discussed the old days when organized crime was more traditional and its members carried a lot more respect.
“The movie will deal with the tensions between the blacks and whites at the time, and Tony Soprano will be part of this, but as a kid,” Chase said.

“The Many Saints of Newark” will be directed by “Sopranos” veteran Alan Taylor, who worked on nine episodes of the series’ original run. He went on to helm studio films such as “Thor: The Dark World” and “Terminator Genisys.”
 

Pigdango

Silence, you mortal Fuck!
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#20
Update:

Tony Soprano character will appear in prequel film 'The Many Saints of Newark'
By Tyler McCarthy | Fox News

'The Sopranos' prequel movie will feature a young Tony Soprano. (HBO)
After months of speculation, “The Sopranos” creator David Chase has revealed that a young Tony Soprano will indeed appear in the upcoming prequel movie “The Many Saints of Newark.”
Chase confirmed the news in an interview with Deadline, revealing that Tony will play a key part in the story, which takes place in the 1960s when he was a child.

“I was interested in Newark and life in Newark at that time,” Chase told the outlet. “I used to go to down there every Saturday night for dinner with my grandparents. But the thing that interested me most was Tony’s boyhood. I was interested in exploring that.”
Fans will remember the late James Gandolfini pioneering the role of Tony for all six seasons of the show, which premiered in 1999 and is rapidly approaching its 20th anniversary.

The story will harken back to a time only referenced in “The Sopranos” during the early years, when the characters discussed the old days when organized crime was more traditional and its members carried a lot more respect.
“The movie will deal with the tensions between the blacks and whites at the time, and Tony Soprano will be part of this, but as a kid,” Chase said.

“The Many Saints of Newark” will be directed by “Sopranos” veteran Alan Taylor, who worked on nine episodes of the series’ original run. He went on to helm studio films such as “Thor: The Dark World” and “Terminator Genisys.”
 

LiddyRules

The 9/11 Moon Landings Were An Outside Job
#21
What if it's digitally de-aged Gandolfini?
 
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