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Discussion in 'TV Shows' started by Patrick_S, Jun 19, 2013.
Just heard this on CNN, he was only 51.
What a shocker. Tony Soprano was one of the all time great TV characters.
While on vaca in Rome...sheesh.
Just.. what a stunner. Absolutely stunned by this news. His last few films were absolutely fantastic stuff.
Hard to believe.
Jeez, that's depressing. The man leaves behind a character and show that will live forever.
Not many people saw it but I thought he was really great in last year's Not Fade Away (directed by David Chase).
I juts watched Get Shorty last week. He was really goodin that.This removes any questions on a possible Sopranos movie.
Dang. I'm gonna watch True Romance this weekend.
Agreed. He was terrific in Not Fade Away.
Very very sad; he was an enormous talent.
Shocked to read this. I've seen quite a few of the movies he had been doing and it seems like he had gained a lot of weight. I remember watching KILLING THEM SOFTLY and being rather concerned because it seemed like he was really gasping for air when doing a scene where he's shouting. It just didn't seem like "acting."
In addition to some of the films mentioned by others, I really enjoyed him in The Mexican and 8MM.
Really shocked and saddened by this.
among the many great mentions in this of his films also include Where the Wild Things Are, with just his voice, he brought a passion and compassion to his "creature" .Prayers for his family, RIP
Hard to believe that he was only 36 or 37 in the first season of The Sopranos.
I just watched him in Killing Them Softly a few days ago.
He was in several films (Get Shorty indeed) where I liked his performance. Of course The Sopranos and I happened to see him in New York in The God of Carnage on stage. A very subtly played strong role, which we liked very much.
This is really too bad news - he was too young - and for us, this world, we're robbed from further fine performances.
Thanks mr. Gandolfini, for what you managed to give us and may you rest in peace.
That depends on how you interpret the cut to black in the last episode of the TV series.
RIP. He was far too young.
I figured it made it much more likely, set after his death with who takes over.
Not many believed me when I posted this on my Facebook wall yesterday.
RIP, Mr. Gandolfini.
I never watched The Sopranos, but I do remember him in that movie, especially that scene with the fire hairspray.
Rest In Peace, James Gandolfini.
I heard about that, Tony. That's a fitting tribute.