The person he would need is obviously series star James Gandolfini, who passed away at age 51 after suffering a sudden heart attack in June 2013. Naturally, it isn't known if David Chase is actually working on this story or not, but it's clear that he has a few ideas about what the show would be about, should it come to fruition.
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It's been seven years since The Sopranos went off the air, with a finale that left fans scratching their heads ever since. While most believed Tony Soprano (James Gandolfini) would be either killed or arrested when the series came to a close, series creator David Chase created one of the most polarizing final episodes of all time, with Tony eating at a popular diner with his family, just before looking up as the show cuts to black. Fans have wondered in the seven years that followed, whether Tony is alive or dead, although David Chase would never publicly reveal the mobster's fate.
Earlier today, Vox claimed that the series creator finally gave a concrete response, when a journalist asked David Chase if Tony Soprano was dead.Read More
Director David Chase's rock drama Not Fade Away was one of 2012's most critically-acclaimed films, now available on Blu-ray and DVD. John Magaro, Jack Huston, and Will Brill star as three New Jersey friends who decide to start a band in the 1960s, to try and make it big and get out of their suburban environment. To celebrate this new release, we have a contest running where fans can not only win the Blu-ray, but also a vinyl soundtrack signed by director David Chase. Read on for details on how you can win right now!
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David Chase has rounded out the cast for his upcoming film debut for Paramount Pictures. The creator and producer of the multiple Emmy and Golden Globe-winning critically acclaimed series The Sopranos, announced today that Everybody Loves Raymond star Brad Garrett will be featured in the director's music-driven story set in 1960's suburbia, which was previously known as Twylight Zones.
James Gandolfini (The Sopranos), Bella Heathcote (Beneath Hill 60, Neighbors), Christopher McDonald (Boardwalk Empire, Harry's Law), Molly Price (The Bionic Woman, Third Watch) and comedian Lisa Lampanelli have also joined the film, which is set to begin principal photography in New York.Read More
The Sopranos writer David Chase has set Bella Heathcote as the female lead for his new film Twylight Zones, which he is writing and will direct for Paramount, according to Deadline.
Bella Heathcote joins John Magaro, Will Brill and Jack Huston.Read More
David Chase, the creator and producer of the multiple Emmy and Golden Globe winning critically acclaimed series The Sopranos, announced today that legendary musician, and Sopranos star, Steve Van Zandt will produce and supervise the music, as well as serving as an Executive Producer, for the director's music-driven coming of age story set in 1960's suburbia, formerly known as Twilight Zones.
Chase, who is making his feature film directorial debut, simultaneously announced that actors John Magaro, Jack Huston and Will Brill will star in the movie, to be released by Paramount Vantage. Principal photography is set to begin this January in New York. Chase, who wrote the original script, will produce alongside Oscar winning producer Mark Johnson (Rain Man, The Chronicles of Narnia).Read More