The release of the Sopranos prequel, The Many Saints of Newark, has been pushed back from March through September.
- The release will return from March 12 to September 24, 2021.
- The film is scheduled to premiere in theaters and on HBO Max.
- The film is postponed, so the movie is set to better for the award-winning season with its debut on the festival circuit this fall.
The Sopranos prequel The Many Saints Of Newark has been pushed back from March 12 to its new premiere date on Sept. 24.
The prequel, written by show creator David Chase and Lawrence Konner, is published by Warner Bros. and produced by New Line Cinemas.
The film is scheduled to open simultaneously in theaters and on HBO Max amidst a shift in the cinema industry with a major shutdown and uncertainty amid the coronavirus epidemic.
Delay: The Sopranos prequel The Many Saints Of Newark featuring Michael Gandolfini (L) and written by creator David Chase has been pushed back from March to 24 September.
Main shooting in the film began screening in April 2019, and the film was shut down before being shut down in March 2020 amid the spread of the virus.
A few scenes were shot in the film last September, and a source told Variety that the screening was delayed, so the film will be set to suit the award-winning season with a festival premiere. This fall
The cast includes Ray Liotta, Alessandro Nivola, Jon Bernthal, Vera Farmiga, Cory Stoll and Billy Magnussen; Michael Gandolfini, son of TV show late star James Gandolfini, who died in 2013 at the age of 51, will play Tony Soprano. His younger father’s character
The film will also explore the tensions built between African-Americans and Italians living in the New Jersey community amid the unrest of the Newark uprising in 1974. In 1967, which killed 26 people and injured hundreds more.
TV show’s late star James Gandolfini son Michael Gandolfini will play his father’s character Tony Soprano.
Flashback: In the film, Alessandro Nivola plays Dickie Moltisanti, the father of Sopranos character Christopher Moltisanti (played by Michael Imperioli).
The Sopranos series offers a flashback to the 1960s during a run, with Joseph Siravo playing Tony Soprano’s father, Johnny Boy, Lila Robins, a younger incarnation of Livia. Tony and Rocco Soprano’s mother soprano as a younger junior soprano.
The film will feature Dickie Moltisanti (Nivola), the show’s father, Christopher Moltisanti (played by Michael Imperioli), and Tony’s mentor.
The series, which ended with a frenzy – debuted in January 1999 and ran until May 2007.The show and star won an Emmy during its run and is considered a firebrand in the category. Tv
Amid the delays, Sopranos fans can still be replenished from the Talking Sopranos podcast hosted by Alums Imperioli and Steve Schirripa.