This film image released by Paramount Vantage shows James Gandolfini, left, with writer-director David Chase during the filming of “Not Fade Away.” The film is Chase’s first movie and his long-awaited follow-up to “The Sopranos,” the venerated HBO drama he created and produced for six seasons. The ’60s rock ‘n’ roll drama is set around a suburban teenager in New Jersey whose garage band aspires to be the next Rolling Stones, an ambition at odds with his traditional Italian father, played by James Gandolfini. (AP Photo/Paramount Vantage, Barry Wetcher)
NEW YORK (AP) — David Chase has returned with his first work since “The Sopranos” went black.
The director premiered his debut film, “Not Fade Away,” at the New York Film Festival on Login to read more