‘Many Saints of Newark’ Trailer: Michael Gandolfini as Tony Soprano
Michael Gandolfini plays Tony Soprano in the first trailer for “Sopranos” sequel “The Many Saints of Newark.”
- Michael Gandolifini plays the young Tony Soprano, a role made famous by his late father, James Gandolfini.
- “The Many Saints of Newark” Trailer Is the First Look at the “The Sopranos” Prequel
- “The Many Saints of Newark” hits theaters October 1 (and streams on HBO Max).
With the first trailer for “The Many Saints of Newark,” Michael Gandolifini stepped in as Tony. Young Soprano, the role of his late father, James Gandolfini, made his mark on HBO’s The Sopranos.
The “Sopranos” prequel, produced and co-written by creator David Chase, focuses on Tony’s early years and his influential relationship with “Sopranos” father, Dickie Moltisanti (Alessandro Nivola). by Michael Imperioli, Christopher Moltisanti
“Legends were not born. But it was made.” The trailer sounds as Dicky takes Tony, who’s striving for university life, into the underworld. Dicky also explains how to shoot.
“You’re using the speakers correctly. at the same time You say to yourself ‘This is the last time I’m going to steal something,'” Dickie said. “It’s very easy.”
Return of ‘Sopranos’: Characters entering the ‘The Many Saints of Newark’ prequel mob.
It cements the idea of the existence of Tony Soprano’s long-established criminals. Tony’s legendary emotions are manifested early on. and punished the child who mocked when he heard Elder Gandolfini in the voiceover of “Sopranos” “When I was a child. People like me are taught to obey the rules.”
Tony’s appearance comes as rival gangsters challenge the DiMeo criminal family for dominating the increasingly competitive city during Newark’s most turbulent era.
Among the cast, Vera Farmiga immediately stands out as the younger Livia Soprano, the acid-tongued parent played by Nancy Marchand in the original series.
A guidance counselor told by her struggling son at school with a high IQ, Livia froze, “I can’t prove it. He has a D-plus average,” she said, before complaining of his leadership potential.
Although Ray Liottta’s “Hollywood Dick,” Maltisanti warned his son Dickie to “Stay away from Tony’s life.” The future of the cruel protege is clear. The final moment of the trailer is the soundtrack to “The Sopranos.”
Directed by Alan Taylor (“Thor: The Dark World in 2013”), the Emmy Award-winning “Sopranos” director, “The Many Saints of Newark” hits theaters today. October 1 (streams on HBO Max for 31 days after it hits theaters)
Leslie Odom Jr. (as Harold McBrayer), Jon Bernthal (as Johnny Soprano), Corey Stoll (as Junior Soprano), Billy Magnussen (as Paulie “Walnuts” Gualtieri), John Magaro (as Silvio Dante) and other actors. Italy Michela De Rossi fends off actor