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It’s Official: Los Angeles Will Host a Sopranos Convention This December

The Sopranos

David Chase is the creator of one of America’s most beloved and iconic television series- The Sopranos. This epic award-winning show has been off the air for more than a decade, but now fans can experience it all again this winter at “The Big House” with some 150 actors, crew members, and designers from the hit show. And thanks to David Chase and his team, we will be able to watch/listen to it as if it was just released!

This special event promises lots of live panel discussions with cast members like James Gandolfini (Tony Sirico), Edie Falco (Dr. Melfi), Lorraine Bracco (Dr. Jennifer Melfi), and many more characters, along with exclusive clips from the show and live recordings of some of the most memorable moments.

In addition to all of this, fans will also get a special treat as David Chase himself is set to appear at this event- a rare opportunity for anyone who loves The Sopranos! This is a once-in-a-lifetime, intimate experience that fans of the show will not want to miss out on.

Introduction to The Sopranos

The Sopranos was released on 10 January 1999 by The HBO Network, with the movie being directed by David Chase and written by Chase, Steve Zaillian. With its famously sharp dialogue, violence, and comic moments of absurdity, it has often been considered one of the greatest television series created. The movie starts with an introduction to Tony Soprano’s life, with him having a conversation with his psychiatrist Dr. Jennifer Melfi. The next level of the story is Tony’s family life, including his wife Carmela, children–17-year-old daughter Meadow and 13-year-old son Anthony Jr. Also being part of his family are his mother Livia and Uncle Junior (Junior Soprano) who also plays a dominant role in the Mafia family that Tony runs at this point.


Characters of The Sopranos

James Gandolfini
Tony Sirico
Drea de Matteo
Michael Imperioli
Steven Van Zandt
Jamie-Lynn S

Story of The Sopranos

The Sopranos is a TV show that ran for six seasons, New Line Cinema announced plans to produce a film adaptation of the series which was eventually slated for. David Chase and other members of The Sopranos cast are involved with the production of the film but were not impressed with how it turned out. The film was directed by Allen Coulter and stars James Gandolfini as Tony Soprano, Edie Falco as Carmela Soprano (née Gualtieri), and Lorraine Bracco as Dr. Jennifer Melfi among others from the tv series.

The film begins with Tony Soprano, a New Jersey mob boss, visiting a psychiatrist for anger management reasons who agrees to see Tony’s daughter Meadow Soprano as well. Tony is involved in a plot by his uncle Junior to kill rival mobster neighbor Todd Tenneran due to a dispute over the “ownership” of Mahwah, New Jersey and decides at the last moment not to follow through with it, an act that his wife Carmela Soprano did not know about until they were driving home after the event and she finds out he decided against it.

David Chase, Edie Falco, and Others to Attend “The Sopranos” Convention in Los Angeles

The Sopranos cast is continuing their annual pilgrimage to the West Coast for a “Sopranos” convention at the Pasadena Civic Auditorium on Saturday, celebrating the iconic HBO show that ran from 1999. More than 100 actors and other personnel are expected to take part in panels, activities, and question-and-answer sessions. But just as the New York-based Sopranos clan used to make annual treks to New Jersey for a little R & R, the L.A. event is seeing some muscling from a rival convention celebrating the work of David Chase, who created the show and ran it for its first six seasons.


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