In an interview with TMZ, David Chase, creator of HBO's THE SOPRANOS, revealed that there is a possibility he will bring the long-running drama series to the big screen. Commented Chase, "I would never say there was never a chance ... but uh, nobody's working on it." Check out the interview below!
THE SOPRANOS starred three-time Emmy® winners James Gandolfini as Tony Soprano and Edie Falco as Tony's wife Carmela, plus Lorraine Bracco as therapist Dr. Jennifer Melfi, Emmy® winner Michael Imperioli as Tony's nephew Christopher Moltisanti, and Dominic Chianese as Uncle Junior. Also on hand were series regulars Robert Iler as Anthony Soprano, Jr., Jamie-Lynn Sigler as Meadow Soprano, Tony Sirico as Paulie Walnuts, and Steven Van Zandt as Silvio Dante.
The series premiered on the premium cable network HBO on January 10, 1999, and ended its original run of six seasons and 86 episodes on June 10, 2007. The Sopranos was produced by HBO, Chase Films and Brad Grey Television. It was primarily filmed at Silvercup Studios, New York City and on location in New Jersey. The executive producers throughout the show's run were Chase, Brad Grey, Robin Green, Mitchell Burgess, Ilene S. Landress, Terence Winter, and Matthew Weiner.
The Sopranos has been called the greatest television series of all time. The series also won a multitude of awards, including twenty-one Emmys and five Golden Globes.
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