The Sopranos ending ‘left open in case James Gandolfini wanted revival’ – Vincent Pastore | Films | Entertainment


The Sopranos ending is one of the most famous moments in TV history and has had audiences scratching their heads for two decades. The final scene saw Tony and his family sitting down to dinner in a restaurant as the paranoid gangster looked up at a mysterious man entering the room. The screen simply cut to black and that was it, with some fans believing Tony was whacked, while others reckon showrunner David Chase whacked the audience.

The restaurant booth from The Sopranos’ final scene has been included in a new documentary film on the series titled My Dinner With Alan: Sopranos Session, which streams for one-night-only on December 27. The movie is in three parts involving conversations with the critics, members of the cast and Chase…



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