“I never thought it would come back on HBO. Never.”
the Sopranos Producer David Chase has said he is “extremely angry” about the upcoming prequel film. Many Saints of Newarki Premiering on HBO Max.
Discussing the format of the day and date, which will see the film open in theaters and on streaming platforms at the same time, Chase said the situation was “terrible”.
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“I don’t think, frankly, that if I had known it was going to be released on a day-to-day basis, I would have taken this job. I think it’s terrible,” Chase told time limit, adding that he was “extremely furious” when he found out about the HBO Max release. “I am still [extremely angry]”
“If I… were one of those people, if one of those executives was sitting here and I was starting to piss and moan about it, they would say, you know, there are 17 other movies that have a That’s the problem,” Chase went on.
“‘What could we do? Covid!’ Well, I know, but those other 16 movies didn’t start out as a television show. They don’t have to give up that television image before people get to the theater. But we do. And there we are .
“People should go to see it in a theatre. It was designed as a film. It was… it’s beautiful as a movie. I never thought it would return on HBO. never.”
an official summary for Many Saints of Newarki Reads: “Young Anthony Soprano is growing up in one of the most turbulent eras in Newark history, becoming a man as rival gangsters begin to rise and take the all-powerful Dimio crime family’s hold on the fast-paced city. challenge.
“Caught in the changing times is that uncle, Dickie Moltisanti, who struggles to manage both his professional and personal responsibilities—and whose influence on his influential nephew will help make the teenager the all-powerful mob boss we’re after.” I will know: Tony Soprano.”
Many Saints of Newarki shared its official trailer earlier this summer and is currently slated to release in UK cinemas on 22 October.