Youthful Anthony Soprano keeps growing up within the most tumultuous eras in Newark’s history, being a man just like rival gangsters start to rise and challenge the all-effective DiMeo crime family’s hold within the more and more race-torn city. Distracted by the altering occasions may be the uncle he idolizes, Dickie Moltisanti, who struggles to handle both his personal and professional responsibilities-and whose influence over his nephew can help result in the impressionable teen in to the all-effective mob boss we’ll later arrived at know: Tony Soprano.
The Numerous Saints of Newark stars Alessandro Nivola (“Disobedience,” “American Hustle”), Tony champion Leslie Odom Junior. (Broadway’s “Hamilton,” “Murder around the Orient Express”), Jon Bernthal (“Baby Driver,” “The Wolf of Wall Street”), Corey Stoll (“First Man,” “Ant-Man”), Michael Gandolfini (TV’s “The Deuce”), Billy Magnussen (“Game Night,” “The Large Short”), Michela De Rossi (“Boys Cry,” TV’s “The Rats”), John Magaro (“The Best Hrs,” “Not Fade”), with Emmy champion Ray Liotta (TV’s “Shades of Blue,” “Goodfellas”) and Oscar nominee Vera Farmiga (“Up in mid-air,” “The Conjuring” films).
David Chase, Konner, and Nicole Lambert are creating the show, with Michael Disco, Marcus Viscidi, Candice Emmerich, and Richard Brener becoming executive producers.
The Numerous Saints of Newark, directed by Alan Taylor, comes to theaters and Cinemax Max on October 1, 2021.