A TV project developed by late actor James Gandolfini has found its lead in comedian John Leguizamo.
Six cast members of “The Sopranos” will be on hand as the man who played mob boss Tony Soprano is inducted into the New Jersey Hall of Fame.
The idea of a prequel to “The Sopranos” intrigues series creator David Chase, but if that were to happen, he envisions it as atypical.
The induction ceremony is slated for Nov. 13 in Asbury Park.
There’s nothing like a perceptive and endearing romcom to restore one’s faith in the genre, which is why it’s difficult to say enough about “Enough Said.”
The Emmy Awards will feature five special memorial tributes, including one to “Glee” star Cory Monteith, organizers said.
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James Gandolfini has left the bulk of his estimated $70 million estate to his 13-year-old son and infant daughter.
Chris talks to Phillies Manager Charlie Manuel about their series in Los Angeles against the Dodgers, Matt Brouillette from the Commonwealth Foundation about the Pennsylvania legislature’s failure to pass alcohol privatization, and Michael Bronstein and Colin Hanna on the Monday Morning Matchup about the immigration bill currently being debated in Washington. He also discusses the NFL’s decision not to promote the Affordable Care Act and the raise in SEPTA fares.
A private viewing for James Gandolfini is underway in a small northern New Jersey town near where he grew up.
Chris reviews his Alaskan cruise, New Jersey Governor Chris Christie’s decision to lower the flags yesterday to honor actor James Gandolfini, and the Obama administration’s efforts to apprehend Edward Snowden. He also talks to Dick Yuengling, from the Yuengling Brewery.
Funeral services for actor James Gandolfini will be Thursday in New York City.
Governor Chris Christie has ordered all State buildings to fly flags at half-staff on Monday in honor of New Jersey native James Gandolfini.
Paolo Colandrea is an actor and Bucks County pizza shop owner who appeared in the final episode of “The Sopranos.”
Tony Soprano the character was a tough man and a murderer, but James Gandolfini, the New Jersey born actor, was something entirely different.