This Sopranos origin story takes everyone’s favourite strip-club-owning waste management specialist right back to his Newark, New Jersey roots. Sopranos showrunner David Chase co-wrote the script, ensuring that it won’t be a cheap cash-in, while James Gandolfini’s son Michael plays the role made famous by his dad, guaranteeing that it won’t be without emotion either. To quote the big man himself: Whadayagunnado?
In UK cinemas Sep 22 and US theaters Oct 1.
Depending on where you are, summer is ending – or about to begin. Or, if you’re in Britain, neither. Whatever hemisphere you call your own, though, there are plenty of big new films to get excited about over the months ahead. Expect to see big franchise flicks (No Time to Die), cool docs, smaller indies and the kind of unexpected gems that tend to emerge in the run-up to awards season. But what will be this year’s Parasite? And what will kill it at the box office?
What we do know is that Denis Villeneuve is unleashing the first part of his adaptation of Frank Herbert’s Dune, starring Timothée Chalamet, Oscar Isaac and Rebecca Ferguson, while Marvel fans get a major hit of superhero action with Angelina Jolie-powered Eternals.
Take your pick from this array of contenders – and mark your diary accordingly.
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