A prequel could actually be really interesting, and now i'm thinking about speculating on that- with the various flashbacks to Livia's day, etc., it could be a bit like GFII and the scenes going back to Italy and the early immigration, etc.
I was just wondering about the same thing. The way they brilliantly picked Robert De Niro to play Vito Corleone is hard to top- he was perfectly cast. i'm really having a hard time imagining who could credibly be a young Tony or even young Carm. How 'bout an Eddie Munster look-alike for young Paulie- complete with silvery wings like Grandpa Munster!Trblebound wrote:Now we just have to come up with the perfect actors to play the younger versions of Tony (someone muscular, beefy), Camela, Silvio, et. al. They could have fun with Pauie (Nick DiPaolo, maybe).
The manager of Satin Dolls — aka the Lodi, New Jersey, flesh palace that doubled as the Bada Bing! (and which I drive past, but always past, every day on the way to the quarry) — tells NorthJersey.com that he has put off renovating the club because he got a call from someone working on a script for a Sopranos feature film. Asked about the buzz by the New York Daily News, David Chase seemed most skeptical, while an HBO spokesperson tells TVGuide.com the movie talk is "categorically not true."