The Many Saints of Newark, A Prequel To 'The Sopranos'
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Decider - Tony Soprano is back and younger than ever in The Many Saints of Newark, the new prequel film to 'The Sopranos' from the Emmy-winning creator David Chase. While the movie has been available for streaming on HBO Max since September 17, The Many Saints of Newark has just hit the theaters this past Friday for those of us who want a truly cinematic experience! This movie is definitely a must-watch for Sopranos fans so if you haven't done so, be sure to check out your local movie times and watch what started it all!
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The End Of The Many Saints Of Newark Explained
After many years away, creator David Chase has finally returned to the world of "The Sopranos" with a prequel film, "The Many Saints of Newark." Starring James Gandolfini's son, Michael Gandolfini, the film follows a young Tony Soprano as he sets out on the path that eventually leads him to therapy (and becoming a mob boss). Considering how the last "Sopranos" ending was received, all eyes were on how Chase and his collaborators would end what might be the last story set in the Sopranos universe. Wondering what it all means? This is "The Many Saints of Newark" ending explained.
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'The Many Saints of Newark' Cast Discuss Sopranos Prequel | Around the Table | Entertainment Weekly
Alan Taylor, Alessandro Nivola, Corey Stoll, David Chase, Jon Bernthal, Leslie Odom Jr., Michel Gandalfini, Michela De Rossi, Ray Liotta and Vera Farmiga sit down to discuss their new movie, the 'Sopranos' prequel 'The Many Saints of Newark.'
The Many Saints of Newark Review
The Many Saints of Newark debuts in theaters and on HBO Max on Oct. 1. Review by Laura Sirikul.