Tony Soprano

The prequel will feature the actor as a young Tony in a film written by the HBO series creator.
Artist Barry Blitt was inspired by fictional mobster Tony Soprano fleeing through the woods of New Jersey.
HBO's “The Sopranos” ended 10 years ago, but questions still linger about its final scene. Did Tony Soprano sleep with the fishes or did he survive the series finale?
“The Sopranos” ended 10 years ago. Did Tony Soprano get whacked? Or did he survive the series finale?
Last year, Chase's interview with Vox stirred some controversy when it appeared that the creator had finally revealed Tony's
For the full interview with David Chase, head to New York Daily News. It's safe to assume, however, that Chase was speaking
Whether all these figures are anti-heroes, or in some cases something else entirely, is an interesting question. As is the question of why anti-heroes are so important in quality television. Short form answer is that they match the times. It's a mostly cynical and sour era, with little faith in institutions or, generally speaking, leaders.
Given that the show had seemed near played out when it ended its eight-season run four years ago, the question is why the longest-running espionage TV series in history seems still to have a lot of life left in it 13 years after it first ran.
When someone says, "I don't watch TV," I take offense to the snub for the people in the entertainment business and because the nay-sayers are just not giving TV the respect it has earned.
3. To Winter, the best example of a good character embracing his inner evil is Michael Corleone shooting Sollozzo and McCluskey
Not such luck for the other dove. The crow showed no mercy in a concentrated attack of pecking and clawing. (Perhaps that's
Americans are suckers for a redemption story. You make a mistake, go to rehab, and come back reformed. A clearly defined arc. But if we've learned anything from our favorite television dramas, men like Tony Soprano make the same mistakes time after time.
There is also a dark side to Pluto, since it rules criminal and underworld activities, and people who are socially disaffected
The brilliance of Breaking Bad is that we can't stop watching Walt. Walter White is very smart, highly charismatic, identity challenged, sociopathically inclined, and amorphous. But -- is he alone in this breed?
In Walter White, though, Vince Gilligan hasn't created a character indebted to the strengths of a different form; he's created a character that could only exist on television.
Why are we so fascinated with stories about evildoers? What is it about the adventures of people doing the wrong things that keep us so enthralled?
The death of any young person -- particularly from potentially-preventable causes -- is a tragedy. And events like this, because of their notoriety and widespread media coverage, have the opportunity to spur change.