What can I say?" The character met his end after Tony (James Gandolfini) confirmed his betrayal as an FBI informant at the season two episode "Funhouse". A look at the final scene from HBO's The Sopranos (Image: WarnerMedia). Chase also confirmed who killed Tony's racehorse Pie-o-My and explained his bigger reasons on why he had to whack[...]
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But for us, the biggest takeaways are Chase clarifying what exactly Tony Soprano's (James Gandolfini) fate was at the end of the series, what his original ending idea was, and how he felt about some of the reactions Oh, and if you're HBO Max? You're probably not going to like what he has to say[...]
One potential bombshell involved Sopranos star, the late James Gandolfini, who played patriarch Tony Soprano, and his possible courtship to the long-running NBC sitcom according to his co-stars Michael Imperioli and Steve Schirripa, the hosts of the "Talking Sopranos" podcast (via The Hollywood Reporter) Imperioli played Christopher Moltisanti and Schirripa played Bobby 'Bacala' Baccalieri on[...]
There is a "lost scene" from HBO's The Sopranos out there where Tony and Carm try to lure LeBron James to NYC to play for the Knicks.
Or does it? In the HBO series' final episode "Made in America," Tony (James Gandolfini) and his family are having dinner out a restaurant but the fear of something happening (a hit on Tony, a robbery, etc) was all throughout the scene The scene and series end with the momentum building to a quick cut[...]
The show has been gone awhile now, but no one can deny the popularity of The Sopranos. It was like nothing else we'd seen of TV and it kept folks riveted
Multiple news outlets are reporting that actor James Gandolfini has died of a heart attack today. Born in 1961, Gandolfini got his professional acting start on Broadway in 1992, making his major film debut the next year with True Romance After a well-regarded string of film roles throughout the 1990s, he assumed the role of his[...]