The release of Soprano’s prequel to Newark’s Many Saints was postponed from March to September
- The debut postponed from March 12, 2021 to September 24, 2021
- The movie will premiere simultaneously in cinemas and HBO Max
- That’s it for the postponement. The film will make its debut on the film festival tour this fall, so it’s more suitable for the awards season.
The prequel of the soprano “Many Saints in Newark” has been postponed from March 12 to September 24 with a new premiere date.
The prequel was written by the creators of the series, David Chase and Lawrence Konner, and is currently distributed by Warner Bros. and produced by New Line Cinemas.
The film will premiere simultaneously in cinemas and HBO Max due to changes in the theater industry, the coronavirus pandemic, and large-scale closures and uncertainty.
Delayed: The soprano prequel “Many Saints of Newark”, written by Michael Gandolfini (L) and by creator David Chase, has been postponed from March to September 24
The original photography of the film began in April 2019, and due to the spread of the virus, the film was wrapped before it closed in March 2020.
Some scenes in the film were reshot in September last year. Sources told Variety Show that the film was postponed to make its debut on the film festival tour this fall, making it more suitable for the awards season.
Actors include Ray Liotta, Alessandro Nivola, Jon Bernthal, Vera Farmiga, Corey · Stoll (Cory Stoll) and Billy Magnussen (Billy Magnussen). Michael Gandolfini, the son of the late TV star James Gandolfini, died in 2013 at the age of 51. He will play the young incarnation of his father’s role, Tony Soprano.
The film will also explore the tensions between nominally African Americans and Italians living in New Jersey during the turmoil of the 1967 Newark riots, which killed 26 people and injured hundreds.
Michael Gandolfini, the son of the late star James Gandolfini of the TV show, will play the young incarnation of the father Tony Soprano
Flashback: In the film, Alessandro Nivola (Alessandro Nivola) plays the soprano role Christopher Moltisanti’s father Dickie Moltisanti (by Michael Imperioli (played by Michael Imperioli))
There have been many flashbacks from the 1960s in the soprano series during its operation. Among them, Joseph Siravo is the father of Tony Soprano, Johnny Boy, and Laila Robbins. Robins is the young incarnation of Tony’s mother, Livia Soprano, and Rocco Sisto is the young soprano.
The film will also focus on the show’s father Christopher Mortisanti (played by Michael Imparioli) and Tony’s mentor Dicky Mortisanti (Nikola).
The series-the famous ending was debuted in January 1999 and lasted until May 2007. The show and its star won an Emmy during the screening process and are considered the Mars in the TV genre.
In the midst of the delay, soprano fans can still find their place in the Talking Sopranos podcast hosted by showbiz friends Imperiali and Steve Schirripa.