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    Oh yes! The Many Saints of Newark - A Sopranos Story *trailer

    Out in November, now the (first?) trailer:


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    Canít wait for this

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    Canít wait. Gandolfini Jr playing young Tony as well !

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    Wow! Looks great...gonna be a big winner.

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    Looking forward to watching this , thanks for posting .

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    Looking forward to this!

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    I thought this might be about Nottinghamshire and the anguished prayers of those waiting for a connection on the East Coast Mainline.

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    Really looking forward to this.

    The soundtrack should also be excellent.

    They appear to have cast it very well - Bernthal, Stoll & Famigia match the characters of Johnny Boy, Junior & Livia Soprano as I envisage them, both physically and in terms of characteristics. Much will hinge upon Michael Gandolfiniís performance, of course.

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    Never watched it but I have been to the real Bada Bing. Its actually called Satin Dolls. I didn't have a clue about the Sopranos connection until I was told!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stringer View Post
    Really looking forward to this.

    The soundtrack should also be excellent.

    They appear to have cast it very well - Bernthal, Stoll & Famigia match the characters of Johnny Boy, Junior & Livia Soprano as I envisage them, both physically and in terms of characteristics. Much will hinge upon Michael Gandolfiniís performance, of course.
    "The fundamental question is will the son be an effective an actor as his Dad was? Until he is it's gonna be hard to verify that we think he will be more effective'"

    Little Carmine's malapropism works well here



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    Canít wait. Currently rewatching the entire Sopranos series for 3rd time.


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    I always enjoyed the flashbacks in the Sopranos with Johnny boy etc and hopefully this film will deliver.

    Would have preferred a series though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Neil.C View Post
    I always enjoyed the flashbacks in the Sopranos with Johnny boy etc and hopefully this film will deliver.

    Would have preferred a series though.
    I don't want to see the whole cold cuts /like it standing with the bone scene again. Gave me the creeps !!

    Although the guy (who sadly passed away this year) playing a young Johnny boy was epic with that crazy wild eyed stare.

    He was in Carlitos way also

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    Quote Originally Posted by bond View Post
    "The fundamental question is will the son be an effective an actor as his Dad was? Until he is it's gonna be hard to verify that we think he will be more effective'"

    Little Carmine's malapropism works well here
    Well played, it is indeed very apt. And who doesnít enjoy a Little Carmine quote?!

    As Iím sure you know, thereís an interesting theory that Little Carmine wasnít quite as thick as he let on, orchestrating affairs so as to be left almost the Ďlast man standingí in the end, in position to control both his New York family and the much-diminished New Jersey mob.

    Quote Originally Posted by Linc View Post
    Canít wait. Currently rewatching the entire Sopranos series for 3rd time.
    Itís so richly layered it really does reward repeat viewings.

    In case youíre not aware, the actors who played Christopher Moltisanti & Bobby Bacala have a fantastic podcast called ĎTalking Sopranosí, with a podcast devoted to each episode in broadcast order. Iíve been re-watching the series in tandem with the relevant podcast episode and (even for someone whoís watched the series multiple times and likes to think they read quite deeply into such things) itís revealed things I hadnít even noticed. Very informative, reveals the clever writing & production and all done in an enjoyably knock-about, entertaining style. Michael Imperioli is a very cultured, learned guy, and Steven Schirripa is hilarious and amusingly unfiltered in his stories re celebrity.

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    Thanks for the podcasts heads up.

    I did have a vague idea or understanding Imperioli dabbled in producing /directing and which is ironic given his characters failed ambition and he's seems well read more than the usual characters he portrays.

    Your quite right about Little Carmine and his aloofness or even plain perceived stupidity was or could be construed as a ruse to distance himself from the power struggles . As he said many times many times he brought together a meeting of minds and the respective bottom lines . I always thought his chameleon like persona caused me to see him as a clever businessman- more like Michael Corleone than the others.

    Many would disagree , but he was able to a degree, stay neutral and not drawn into street level sqaubbles never getting his hands remotely dirty. Possibly he was plain lucky or very, very smart.

    Agreed the show was multi layered with subtle nuances and only on repeat viewing can you truly appreciate the writing and acting but to have the actors add more is better

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    The breakdown of the 'Many Saints...' trailer.

    Warning: contains (possible) spoilers. Without giving anything away: a lot of what we see in the trailer has been said/told in the series.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bKzO_FCuSJ0

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