Originally Posted by machpost
I still can't believe the series has ended. While I know full well that it's not going to happen, I feel like I'm still waiting for the next season to show up some fall on HBO.
Their was talk of a movie, but these recent comments (in the last 60 days) from former cast members seems to put the idea on ice.
From The Huffington Post
It's been a few years since Steven Van Zandt last played a mobster, but the man who played Tony Soprano's consigliere Silvio Dante.....broke the sad news that the chances of a "Sopranos" movie getting made were slim....on Good Morning New York.
When Rosanna Scotto asked him about a possible "Sopranos" movie, Van Zandt said he didn't think it was likely to happen, despite the series' ambiguous ending that seemed to leave that door open. "I don't think so. Half the cast is dead," he joked, before reminding the hosts that Silvio is "still breathing" after getting shot in the Bada Bing parking lot. "Just in case the movie does happen, Silvio will be there, but nah, it doesn't look likely, it really doesn't," he said.
From The New York Post
Q. Are we any closer to someday having a Sopranos movie?
James Gandolfini: I don't think so.
And then there is this, from Edie Falco on NME.com
Edie Falco says 'The Sopranos' film could still be made
Carmela Soprano actor says she is 'always the last to know'
Edie Falco has said that the making of a big-screen version of The Sopranos hasn't been ruled out yet. The acclaimed HBO gangster drama finished on television in 2007 after six seasons with the episode Made In America. Fans have been slavering for a movie follow-up ever since.
Now Falco, who played Tony Soprano's wife Carmela, said that while she has still not heard for sure about a film from creator David Chase she has yet to give up hope.
Appearing on US TV’s The Early Show, Falco said: "I'm always the last to know. It's usually my mother that calls and says, 'You guys are doing a movie.' You know, it could go either way."