What really happened at the end of The Sopranos?

What really happened at the end of The Sopranos?

Bada bing, bada boom—Tony Soprano’s fate has finally been revealed. After 14 years of speculation, The Sopranos’ creator David Chase has officially confirmed, in an interview with The Hollywood Reporter, that Tony did in fact die at the end of the series’ finale in 2007.

What were The Sopranos snacking on in the final scene?

One by one, the other members of his immediate family arrive – except for Meadow – and they start to eat onion rings and indulge in small talk.

Why was the journey at the end of The Sopranos?

“The Sopranos” creator David Chase said he ended the series with the Journey song “Don’t Stop Believin’” simply because the show’s production crew despised the catchy earworm.

Where was the final scene of The Sopranos filmed?

Holsten’s Brookdale Confectionery
The final scene of the episode was filmed in late March 2007 at Holsten’s Brookdale Confectionery, an ice cream and candy shop located in Bloomfield, New Jersey.

Is there a Season 7 of Sopranos?

Regarded as one of the best shows ever made, The Sopranos is not going to come back on television with season 7, however, the show’s creator David Chase has confirmed that they are planning to make a prequel series of The Sopranos.

Why did David Chase choose Don’t Stop Believin?

Creator David Chase says Journey’s “Don’t Stop Believin'” was chosen for The Sopranos’ final scene because the crew did not like it for the show. The series finale of The Sopranos included the song “Don’t Stop Believin'” because the crew had quite a negative reaction to it.

Did The Sopranos end because James Gandolfini died?

In a new interview with The Hollywood Reporter, Chase confirmed that Tony Soprano (James Gandolfini) died but said he originally had another end in mind for the New Jersey mobster. “The scene I had in my mind was not that scene. Nor did I think of cutting to black,” the Emmy-winning writer said.

What is the last scene of The Sopranos?

The Sopranos final scene In The Sopranos final scene, Tony goes to diner for a family get together. As he is waiting for his family to arrive, he puts on Journey’s Don’t Stop Believing track. As he is waiting for his family members to arrive, he is also observing the people coming into the diner.

Does Tony Soprano die in The Sopranos?

Then Tony sees something, his eyebrows raised. Fade to black. Creator David Chase has alluded to the ending a few times since it aired, explaining that the clues are all there but for the first time he has given a definitive answer as to whether Tony Soprano, the fading mob boss, was actually killed that day.

Does AJ die in The Sopranos?

So does AJ, who luckily fails to kill himself — Tony happening to come home at that moment is a Tony caliber stroke of good luck — and in this very episode, the kid survives a truck explosion. What’s more in character for The Sopranos, to kill a magically charmed character in the final scene, or to refuse to do so?

Could the sopranos have ended with Tony spitting on the camera?

Truth is, The Sopranos could have ended with Tony turning to the camera and spitting directly into the viewer’s face, and I would have commended Chase on the depths of his artistic vision.

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