The East Hanover Italian American Club dedicated the 2013 Morris County Columbus Day Parade to James Gandolfini. Lisa Marie Latino of Long Shot Productions produced & directed the wonderful Gandolfini Columbus Day Tribute Video.
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Here’s the new trailer for James Gandolfini’s final performance, as Albert in the film ‘Enough Said’. The movie is written and directed by Nicole Holofcener (Parks and Recreation, Sex and the City) and will also star the beloved Julia Louis-Dreyfus (Seinfeld, Veep) as well as Catherine Keener (The 40 Year Old Virgin). It is due out in theaters on September 20th.
I have put together a top 10 list of TV bad guys that I know we all love. Antiheroes like T-Bag (Prison Break), the Trinity Killer (Dexter), and Nina Myers (24) don’t equate because they were evil to their core, with no redeemable qualities.
Exclusive -- In the wake of the death of James Gandolfini, Steve Schirripa has been all over the New York Post –– both as an author and now apparently as an unnamed source himself...According to...
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TAMPA, Fla. Greg Schiano had an unlikely connection with James Gandolfini, one that helped raise awareness for a program in need of repair.
Back in spring 2001, shortly after Schiano was hired to coach Rutgers, Gandolfini joined him for a commercial that promoted the universitys struggling football team. Gandolfini, who played Tony Soprano from HBOs hit show The Sopranos, earned...
James Gandolfini 1961-2013
Celebrities come and go. They whiz into our lives, and then sometimes
fade out just as quickly. But sometimes one of them has the ability to
make a connection with the audience, a connection that makes you feel
like you could easily be a neighbor having coffee with them.
James Gandolfini made that connection, and was always surprised by his celebrity status.
The conclusion of James Gadolfini’s illustrious life ended in Rome on Wednesday when the esteemed actor suffered an apparent heart attack at the young age of 51-years-old. The final moment of James Gandolfini’s infamous television character Tony Soprano’s occurred at a Bloomfield, New Jersey diner. The iconic fade-to-black series finale of The Sopranos was filmed at Holsten’s...
Hollywood might have lost one of its most recognizable leading-men with the stunning and sudden death of James Gandolfini on Wednesday but, at the same time, Rutgers University lost the celebrity face of its football team with the loss of "The Sopranos" star.
Whether you were from the state of New Jersey or not, you felt like you knew the actor — whose Tony Soprano...
The man who played Tony Soprano dies at age 51. James Gandolfini dies in Italy last night. He was only 51 years old. He leaves behind a wife a young daughter and a son from another marriage. The cause of death wasn’t released. It is thought that Gandolfini suffered a heart attack while on holiday in Italy. Gandolfini will always be remembered for his role in the Soprono’s where...
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Its crisis time in New Jersey, with the mess involving the Rutgers Athletic program. So it is time for a true Jersey guy to step in and take control. We have a candidate, who could not only do the job–he has experience running a waste-management firm, as well as RU athletics. Staff meetings could be… Read More