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David Chase

  1. the sopranos
    Everything We Know About the Sopranos Prequel MovieIt’s set to hit theaters September 25, 2020.
  2. casting
    Ray Liotta in Talks for Sopranos Prequel Which Had Somehow Not Already Cast HimThe movie would be set in the 1960s.
  3. casting
    James Gandolfini’s Son to Play Young Tony Soprano in The Many Saints of NewarkThe movie will be a prequel to HBO’s The Soprano.
  4. vulture lists
    The 10 Greatest Episodes of The SopranosTwenty years ago, David Chase’s HBO gangster thriller changed television forever.
  5. the sopranos
    David Chase Is Developing Sopranos Prequel Movie, The Many Saints of NewarkThe Many Saints of Newark is expected to include characters from the original show.
  6. vulture festival 2016
    David Chase on Gandolfini’s Commitment to TonyDavid Chase shares a hilarious on-set story about the late Sopranos star.
  7. vulture festival 2016
    Here’s the Lineup for This Year’s Vulture Festival!It’s bigger than ever!
  8. tv
    David Chase on the Legacy of Twin PeaksThe Sopranos creator talks to Matt Zoller Seitz about the surreal brilliance of (the hopefully returning!) series.
  9. whacked
    David Chase Offers Response to ‘Tony Soprano Didn’t Die’ ArticleSo stop asking for one.
  10. obsessions
    Here’s David Chase’s Lengthy Analysis of the Final Sopranos SceneLots of detail, but still no definitive answer about the end.
  11. farewells
    Publicly Mourning a Private Man: Seitz on the Funeral of James GandolfiniFunerals are for the living. James Gandolfini’s was beautiful and wrenching and right.
  12. eulogies
    Read David Chase’s Eulogy for James Gandolfini“I tried to write a traditional eulogy, but it came out like bad TV.”
  13. party chat
    David Chase Stopped Watching TV When He Discovered DrinkingAlso, he almost ran over Rod Serling when he was 22.
  14. vulture reads
    Sunday Long Reads: Seinfeld and TarantinoAnother excuse to stay indoors.
  15. chat room
    David Chase on Not Fade Away, Avoiding Thrillers, and His TV DietHe watches only two shows.
  16. movie review
    Edelstein: David Chase’s Not Fade Away Is a Dream of the SixtiesA semi-autobiographical debut film from the creator of The Sopranos.
  17. in the picture
    What TV Showrunners’ Cameos Say About Their ShowsDan Harmon on Community, Matt Groening in Futurama, Carl Reiner on The Dick Van Dyke Show, and more.
  18. trailer mix
    Watch the Trailer for Not Fade AwayDavid Chase, James Gandolfini, and New Jersey: together again!
  19. drama derby
    The Greatest TV Drama of the Past 25 Years, the Finals: The Wire vs. The SopranosNew York Magazine TV critic Matt Zoller Seitz makes the final call.
  20. drama derby
    The Greatest TV Drama of the Past 25 Years, Round Two: The Sopranos vs. The ShieldTwo tonally different series, united in excellence.
  21. finales
    David Chase Finally Resolves How The Sopranos Should Have EndedWith a bonus solution for how Seinfeld should have ended, too.
  22. sopranos meets garage band?
    David Chase’s First Feature Gets a Release DateParamount revealed news at Toronto International Film Festival.
  23. casting
    David Chase Adds Lisa Lampanelli to New FilmThe insult comic is playing Chase’s mom.
  24. the industry
    David Chase Recruits Steven Van Zandt and Unknown Actors for His Feature-Film DebutCongrats, John Magaro, Jack Huston, and Will Brill.
  25. the industry
    CBS’s Blue Bloods Stirs up Sopranos Bad BloodHBO thinks two ex-’Sopranos’ writers are taking too much credit in promoting their new show, ‘Blue Bloods.’
  26. the industry
    David Chase’s Upcoming Film Will Be ‘Music-Driven,’ Set in SixtiesPlus: Liam Hemsworth to star in ‘Arabian Nights.’
  27. hbo
    Which David Will Save HBO?All three of the greatest Davids in premium-cable history are developing shows for the network — but whose are we most excited about?
  28. best of the fest
    James Gandolfini on a Sopranos Movie: ‘It Would Be Great to Bring Everyone Back Together’“Obviously it is the writing of the script, and if David [Chase] and them come up with something.”
  29. quote machine
    Jean-Claude Van Damme Makes Us Wish the ‘JCVD’ Press Tour Could Last ForeverPlus: Jared Followill thinks all starlets look the same.
  30. the take
    Sternbergh on ‘The Wire’ Finale: The Anti-‘Sopranos’Earlier this season, we half-hoped The Wire would end with Omar driving to Jersey, hobbling into a diner, and gunning down Tony Soprano and his family.
  31. the early-evening news
    The Vatican Gives Two Thumbs Down to ‘The Golden Compass’Plus: Bill Watterson, The Hobbit sequel, and Michel Gondry’s next project.
  32. company town
    Let the Bear Blame Game BeginFINANCE • Bear Stearns followed up yesterday’s Morgan Stanley announcement with its own $850 million loss, again the first quarterly deficit in the bank’s history. [DealBook/NYT] • Is former Bear Stearns exec Ralph Cioffi, the guy behind the two Bear funds that imploded this summer, the main culprit in the subprime crisis? New reporting suggests his team set off the plague of dirty debt that cost Citi and other top banks billions. Oh, and Cioffi’s under investigation for pulling out a couple mil before anyone else got the chance. [Business Week] • What a mensch: David Rubenstein, the former lawyer turned Citadel private-equity master, decided to keep his new copy of the Magna Carta on display at the National Archives. Rubenstein paid $21.3 million — chump change for a guy worth around $2.5 billion. [Law Blog/WSJ]
  33. company town
    Howard Stern Is Quietly Gay-LovingMEDIA • Howard Stern, good for the gays? A longtime lesbian listener calls Stern “one of the most pro-gay media personalities in the country.” [Gay.com] • Murdoch finally gets his giant puffy hands on the Journal today at 10 a.m. The only question is just how much of the Bancroft family will try to show their noble intentions, however laughably inept, by registering a protest vote against the deal. [WSJ] • A great new/old debate: Should Democrats go on Fox News? [Mixed Media/Portfolio, NYO]
  34. quote machine
    Carrie Underwood Must Take Issue With Your Amazon.com Customer ReviewPlus: Quotes from Eli Roth and Helen Mirren!
  35. gossipmonger
    Michael Jackson Is in New YorkDavid Chase is “heartbroken” that James Gandolfini, Edie Falco, et al didn’t win Emmy; Bill Maher isn’t sad he lost for the nineteenth time. Naomi Campbell told the Blacks in Fashion panel last week that she’s repeatedly been refused the cover of British Vogue, despite the fact that she’s posed eight times. Rosie O’Donnell declined to hawk her book on Oprah, instead opting for a Diane Sawyer interview. Brad Pitt and Angelia Jolie drop off and pick up Maddox at the Upper East Side’s Lycée Français themselves. Marilyn Manson didn’t carry girlfriend Rachel Evan Woods’s luggage as the two strode through JFK. Judith Giuliani went shopping for Manolos at Bergdorf Goodman. Michael Jackson is allegedly holed up in a fancy midtown hotel and has left only once to take part in a photo shoot.
  36. kudos
    The Emmys: ‘The Sopranos’ and ‘30 Rock’ Win, We LoseBut it’s not Ryan Seacrest’s fault!
  37. 20-person poll
    Do You Hate David Chase? We learn fascinating things about ourselves from the Post. Take this morning, for example. We were under the impression we’d liked the Sopranos finale. Quite a lot, actually. We knew different people had different feelings, but we don’t remember talking to anyone who hated it. But the Post informed us that we were wrong. “Sopranos fans,” today’s cover told us, are “out for blood.” Apparently we are furious. “‘Sopranos’ fans seething over the series’ finale flop called for one more person to be whacked yesterday — creator David Chase,” began the article. We had no idea. And so we took to the streets of Manhattan — well, to the stretch of Madison outside the office — to find out if people were actually so angry. Based on the evidence, we’re going to have to say that, no, they’re not. Questions and tallies after the jump.
  38. the best part
    The Best Line in David Chase’s Only Post-Finale Interview
  39. apropos of nothing
    Great Moments in Addiction Subplots
  40. overnights
    ‘The Sopranos’ Doesn’t Need Your Effin’ Pity