The men who made 'The Sopranos' are set to rock and roll.
James Gandolfini has joined the cast of 'Sopranos' creator David Chase's debut future film, Deadline.com reports. Chase is directing the 1960's-set film 'Twylight Zones,' about a teenager and his emerging rock band. The band, of course, is named Twylight Zones, obviously an homage to the uber-popular television show at the time.
According to Cinema Blend, the film features a cast that also includes Magaro, Jack Huston and Will Brill, as well as Bella Heathcote. Set in New Jersey, the movie's music will be supervised by state favorite son Steve van Zandt, who is a member of the E Street Band, and also played an integral part in 'The Sopranos.'
As Deadline also reported, Gandolfini is in talks to appear in 'Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close,' with Tom Hanks and Sandra Bullock and 'Cogan's Trade' with Brad Pitt.
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