The Many Saints Of Newark, which fills in as a prequel to The Sopranos, may get a sequel to its name. The movie will investigate the 1967 Newark riots, featuring the rule of the DiMeo wrongdoing family and the ascent of youthful gangsters. The film will also take a gander at the existence of a youthful Tony Soprano before he became the kingpin watchers developed to adore on the hit HBO series. The Many Saints Of Newark is composed by David Chase and Lawrence Konner, coordinated by Alan Taylor, and features James Gandolfini’s child, Michael, in his late father’s job. It also stars Alessandro Nivola, Leslie Odom Jr., Jon Bernthal, Corey Stoll, Billy Magnussen, Michela De Rossi, John Magaro, Ray Liotta, and Vera Farmiga.
In a meeting with THR, Taylor teased that Chase may be considering following The Many Saints Of Newark with a sequel. Taylor has been a long-lasting chief for The Sopranos, coordinating nine scenes, and winning an Emmy Award for coordinating the scene featuring the death of Tony’s nephew, Christopher Moltisanti. He is also known for coordinating different scenes of Mad Men, Game of Thrones, and Sex and the City. Taylor proceeded to remark about his conversation with Chase that recommends that he probably won’t be done with The Sopranos universe right now. Read what he said underneath:
“David said something that seemed like he was talking about [making more content]. I said, ‘wait, are you talking about a sequel?’ And he said, ‘Maybe.'”
The movie gives an outlet to many fans who want to find out about the Soprano family since the time the series finale aired, which keeps on being analyzed right up ’til today, with Chase giving meetings on it for a long time afterwards. All things considered, it isn’t reasonable that Chase will plan a sequel that takes place after those occasions. In any case, any additional material after what happens after The Many Saints Of Newark will a lot of interest and invigorate fans who are anticipating the release of the impending film that will debut October 1.