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Star of the upcoming 'The Sopranos' prequel reveals details

The ‘Sopranos’ Prequel Movie Will Feature a Young Tony Soprano The Sopranos Creator May Have Finally Shed Some Light on That Infamous Final Scene
Adrian Cunningham | 13 January, 2019, 23:31

As you may or may not know, entertainment reporters Matt Zoller-Seitz and Alan Sepinwall have collaborated on a new book called The Sopranos Sessions, which arrived in stores today.

Alessandro Nivola, star of the upcoming SOPRANOS prequel THE MANY SAINTS OF NEWARK, said that Tony Soprano, the protagonist in the iconic series, will be a central character in the film. His character is the father of Christopher Moltisani (Michael Imperioli), who in the series is the protege of Tony Soprano, the Jersey mob boss portrayed by James Gandolfini.

"However, according to Uproxx, Chase went on to say that he only meant that "[Tony] could have been whacked", not that the diner sequence was a definitive death scene. "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".

In the show, Dickie is only mentioned by the characters and never seen, having died when Christopher was young.

Now Dickie will come to life on the big screen as part of "The Many Saints of Newark" while helping Tony navigate his teenage years as he learns more and more about the family business.

Of course, in classic David Chase fashion, there's more than one way to interpret that quote. "The Many Saints of Newark" takes place during a time period when the mafia was thriving in NY and by extension was a huge part of the scene in New Jersey as well.

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Dallas allowed 273 rushing yards, a franchise. "They controlled the pace and tempo of the game really because of that". Los Angeles Rams coach Sean McVay felt the pressure.

Seitz, however, picks up on a phrase that Chase probably regrets using.

"I'm clueless", she said.

"I loved how the series ended because I think that there was no way everybody was gonna be happy", cast member Edie Falco told "Entertainment Tonight" on Wednesday.

As for what actually happened, Winter notes, "Maybe it happened that night and maybe it doesn't, but it doesn't really matter".

On Wednesday, cast members Edie Falco, Jamie-Lynn Sigler and Robert Iler were among those to gather in NY to celebrate the landmark.