Gandolfini back on HBO

Thought the Gandolfini watchers would find this interesting. Still don't by the hemingway thing is ever going to happen though. Been hearing about that since weeks before the show ended.

James Gandolfini won three of his six Emmy bids for best actor in the drama series "The Sopranos," which signed off in 2007. Variety reports that the actor is now considering a return to TV with a Gotham-based remake of "Taxi 22," a Quebecois hit about a tough-talking cabbie. Emmy nominee David Flebotte ("The PJs"), who has exec-produced on "Desperate Housewives" for the last two seasons, is handling the adaptation for Gandolfini's production company. As Jeff Sneider reports, "Since wrapping 'The Sopranos,' Gandolfini has exec produced the HBO documentary 'Alive Day Memories: Home From Iraq' and flirted with several of the network's projects, including a show set in the Arctic and another show that would cast him as an executive at a cable news channel. With HBO, he's also developing the feature 'Hemingway,' about the love-hate relationship between Ernest Hemingway and war correspondent
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