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Joe Pantoliano is a famous actor though you may not immediately recognize his name.
What if we said he played the crew member who turned on Neo in the first Matrix movie? Or he was the main character's friend in Memento? Or how about Ralph Cifaretto on The Sopranos, the guy who ends up
Watch out, Real Housewives! Looks like you've got some
dangerous SERIOUS competition!
VH1's Mob Wives series premiere went spectacularly, with 1.4 million total viewers, or 2.2 million viewers if you include the 10 pm encore episode! Wowsa!
The episode was the #1 most watched non-sports cable program for the 8 pm time slot for women 18-49 AND 18-34, and it scored a .9 rating in the 18-49 demographic, which is a 92% increase over VH1's average primetime Sunday night rating!
Looks like women REALLY love the mob!
MIGHT be a good time to get going on that Sopranos movie, HBO!
Mob-Mania has begun!!!
Did U tune in for Mob Wives? If so, did U enjoy it?
We have NOT heard anything about a potential Sopranos movie in a long time! In fact, last time we heard any substantial rumors about it was back in August 09!
Now, Edie Falco has brought up the possibility of a Sopranos movie once again during a recent interview.
Here's what she had to say about whether or not it's happening:
"I'm always the last to know. It's usually my mother that calls and says, 'You guys are doing a movie.'"
"I haven't heard a thing. You know, it could go either way."
Okay, so that doesn't help us out TOO much, but at least we know that the project isn't 100% dead. Also, based on her answer, it sounds like Edie would be up for it if they decided to make a movie.
We're just glad to hear it mentioned…the series' ending wasn't really conclusive. We're thinking serious
Lost Sopranos fans would like a few more questions answered before it's time to fully move on.
Would U still like to see a Sopranos movie? Or has it been too long?
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Watch out, Oliver Stone! Now Martin Scorsese has got a Wall Street movie on the way too!
Sopranos/Boardwalk Empire writer Terence Winter is attached to pen the script.
The film is based on author/former white collar criminal Jordan Belfort's memoir about his "dramatic rise and fall on Wall Street, along with his hard-partying lifestyle and tumultuous personal life, which included drug addiction."
Here's what Jordan Belfort had to say about the project:
"After almost four years in development, I can't begin to tell you how thrilled I am to finally be working with Leo and Marty on this. They're the ultimate dream team, and it was definitely worth the wait."
Sounds great! The Scorsese/Leo combo is generally a recipe for success…we'll certainly be going into this one with high expectations.
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