Below is the trailer for the long-awaited prequel film The Many Saints of Newark:
The film has an ensemble cast which includes Michael Gandolfini (the devil) playing Tony Soprano, a strange young version of the iconic character played by the late father of actor James Gandolfini.
The crowd drama also stars Alessandro Nivola as Dickie Moltisanti (Christopher’s father), Jon Bernthal as Giovanni “Johnny Boy” Soprano, Corey Stoll as Junior Soprano, Vera Farmiga as role of Livia Soprano, Tony’s mother, Billy Magnussen as Paulie “Walnuts” Gualtieri, John Magaro as Silvio Dante; Additionally, there are Leslie Odom Jr., Michaela De Rossi and Ray Liotta in undisclosed roles.
The movie New Line Cinema and Warner Bros. Pictures is set in 1967. Here’s the new description: challenge the grip of the all-powerful DiMeo crime family on the increasingly racially-torn city. The uncle he idolizes, Dickie Moltisanti, who struggles to cope with his professional and personal responsibilities – and whose influence over his impressionable nephew will help make the teenager the all-powerful mob boss We Come To later namely: Tony Soprano.
The trailer comes with the tagline “Legends aren’t born, they’re made” and is perhaps more action-packed and intense than fans expected given how meditative the final couple was. Soprano seasons.
Soprano creator David Chase wrote the film with Lawrence Konner. Soprano veteran Alan Taylor performed.
Les Sopranos debuted in 1999 on HBO, ushered in a new era of premium drama television, and spanned six seasons before ending with an infamous (and, apparently, fatal to its protagonist) cut to black. Gandolfini won three Emmy Awards for the role of a New Jersey Mafia boss and died of a heart attack in 2013.
The Many Saints of Newark will be in theaters October 1 and on HBO Max for 31 days after theatrical release.