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‘Sopranos’ film sleeps with the fishes, David Chase eyes Jersey rock feature

HollywoodNews.com: So Steven Van Zandt aka Silvio Dante on HBO’s “The Sopranos” had to sing out the truth like a little canary.

Get ready to cry out loud fans — because apparently there isn’t a “Sopranos” movie in the works as previously announced a couple of years ago by Paramount and David Chase.

Van Zandt, who also plays guitar and mandolin for Bruce Springsteen’s E Street Band, reveals “there’s no truth, unfortunately” to the rumor that there will be another “Sopranos” film.

What is moving forward, according to the Daily News, is a music feature, close to Van Zandt’s heart, that Chase will direct for Paramount. It’s a rock-driven story about a band growing up in New Jersey in the ‘60s. The E Street Band will serve as music supervisors on the film with Van Zandt as producer. The musician was a key force in shaping the Jersey sound, having produced records for Springsteen, Southside Johnny and the Asbury Jukes and Jackson Browne. Chase is currently casting and will lense later this year.

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