That Hashtag Show reported some of the new details about the film, which includes narrative sketches of 5 characters. Apparently, the film will follow a ‘younger Tony’ and will take place during the late 1960s. Dickie Moltisanti will also be making an appearance, which suggests that Christopher Moltisanti will also make an appearance in the film. They report also indicates that a new character will be introduced – Aldo Moltisanti, the Grandfather of Tony Soprano.
Director Alan Taylor is well known for making great creations. He’s previously directed episodes of The Sopranos; 9 in total , 6 of which were part of the final season. He’s also well known for having directed Thor: The Dark World, Terminator Genisys, and some of the most popular episodes of Game of Thrones such as ‘Fire and Blood’ and ‘Valar Morghulis’.
While we’re able to draw a few conclusions about the film such as which characters we’ll see appear, and of the setting that will be presented, all aspects of the general plot have been kept entirely under tight wraps for the time being.
What do you think Alan Taylor and the rest of the production team needs to do to keep up with the high standards of The Sopranos? Let us know what you want to see in the comments section!
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Source: ScreenRant / That Hashtag Show
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