“The Sopranos” prequel movie “The Many Saints of Newark” has been pushed once more and can now open this fall, Warner Bros. introduced on Wednesday.
“The Many Saints of Newark” will now open September 24, 2021 from its unique March 2021 launch.
“The Many Saints of Newark” is helmed by Alan Taylor, a frequent director of “The Sopranos,” based mostly on a script by the collection creator David Chase and Lawrence Konner, and it’s set in the course of the Newark riots within the 1960s, 5 days of violence within the New Jersey metropolis sparked by the beating of a black man by white law enforcement officials. At the time it was particularly deadly amongst African American and Italian American gangsters concerned within the combating — 26 folks died and greater than 700 folks have been injured in the course of the riot.
The movie additionally follows the childhood of a younger Tony Soprano, performed by the late James Gandolfini’s son Michael. Vera Farmiga, Jon Bernthal, Billy Magnussen, Ray Liotta, Corey Stoll, John Magaro, Alessandro Nivola and Leslie Odom Jr. all star.
In associated information, Sony has once more delayed the theatrical launch of “Morbius,” the Jared Leto superhero film that’s an offshoot of a “Spider-Man” comics character.
The film was most lately slated for a launch on March 19, however “Morbius” will now open on October 8, 2021. “Morbius” was initially scheduled for way back to July 31 of 2020 however is one in every of many movies which have needed to shuffle on the theatrical launch slate because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Variety first reported the information about “The Many Saints of Newark.”
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