If you were wondering how the “Sopranos” prequel “The Many Saints of Newark” is connected to the series? The first trailer for the film shows a teenager named Anthony having. The “needs” to be Tony How does soprano
The exciting first look at “The Many Saints of Newark” begins with a teacher calling Tony’s mother (Vera Farmiga) to her office. and explained that from the exam Her son has a high IQ. Although he had a D+ average, “results tell us he’s a leader,” the teacher said.
The film shows Anthony played by Michael Gandolfini, son of James. Gandolfini the deceased And how similar are they? Slowly being molded into the leader of the villain we know, “Many Saints of Newark” focuses heavily on Tony̵7;s relationship with his uncle, Dickie Moltisanti (Alessandro Nivola), which fans of the series will admit. That there was a huge influence on Tony, even though we never saw him in the flesh. The film shows how Dickie will eventually lead Tony to the underworld. Even though he had his best intentions
“Just say to yourself, This is the last time I’m going to steal something,” Dicky introduces Tony in the trailer. “Is it that easy?”
“The Many Saints of Newark” comes from a script from “The Sopranos” creator David Chase, who co-wrote the film with longtime “Sopranos” writer Lawrence Konner. Some of the best of the series Returning to direct the prequel again But even if you’re not a fan of the iconic HBO series, “Many Saints” is meant to be a standalone movie and a throwback epic that can still be enjoyed if you’re unfamiliar with the story behind it.
It was especially staged in the 1960s when police beating black men led to riots that resulted in days of looting, violence and vandalism. 26 people were killed and several others were injured. The film shows, against the backdrop, how Tony Soprano was able to stand up to challenge the powerful DiMeo crime family and their city’s takeover.
In addition to Gandolfini and Nivola, there are Farmiga, Leslie Odom Jr., Jon Bernthal, Corey Stoll, Billy Magnussen, John Magaro, Michela De Rossi and the Italian discoverers Ray Liotta (seeing Liotta teasing briefly in this example is a great example of this). A nice nod to Liotta’s “Goodfellas,” too.)
“The Many Saints of Newark” hits theaters in the United States on October 1 and will hit HBO Max the same day for 31 days of its release in theaters. Check out the first trailer here and above. You can also see some new footage from the movie below.