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‘The Sopranos’ Prequel Film Casts James Gandolfini’s Son As Young Tony Soprano | Film News

  David Chase’s upcoming Sopranos sequel The Many Saints Of Newark instantly had a tough proposition on its hands as soon as it was announced: who was going to be good enough to fill the late, great James Gandolfini’s shoes and play a younger version of iconic mobster Tony Soprano?   Well, after “an extensive audition process”, Chase has found[…]

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Alan Taylor To Direct ‘Sopranos’ Prequel Movie ‘The Many Saints Of Newark’ | Film News

  A Sopranos prequel movie has been in the works for a while, with series creator David Chase co-writing the script with Lawrence Konner about the era of the Newark riots in the 1960s, a period where African Americans and Italians were at each other’s throats, and a setting that allows for Sopranos characters to appear as their younger selves.[…]

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‘Terminator: Genisys’ Sequels On Permanent Hold At Paramount | Film News

  After a poor box-office in America, Terminator: Genisys‘ prospects looked pretty glum. Alan Taylor‘s reboot/prequel/sequel to James Cameron‘s original masterclass in science-fiction was expected to spawn a franchise, with Matt Smith‘s character forming the primary antagonist. However, despite performing well in China, The Hollywood Reporter is announcing that Paramount have put the series on on permanent hold.   With The Terminator[…]

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Classic Sci-Fi Novel ‘Roadside Picnic’ Getting TV Adaptation | TV News

  Deadline reports that classic Russian sci-fi novel, Roadside Picnic, is becoming a TV show from WGN America and Sony Pictures Television. The show will be written by Jack Paglen who is currently working on Ridley Scott’s Prometheus 2, and directed by Alan Taylor (Terminator Genisys, Thor: The Dark World).   The novel, written by brothers Arkady and Boris Stugatsky, explores[…]

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