Is “The Many Saints of Newark” on HBO Max or Netflix?
- The many saints of Newark, the prequel film to The Sopranos, is now out.
- The film focuses on the youth of many Soprano characters and shows what set Tony on his way to becoming the man of the beloved HBO series.
- There are currently two ways to experience the film.
After more than 14 years of absence, there is finally more to the complex story of HBO The Sopranos. A new film titled The many saints of Newark, is out now, set in the ’60s and’ 70s and introducing viewers around the world to younger versions of characters they’ve known for quite some time, such as Silvio Dante, Uncle Junior Soprano, Paulie Walnuts and, of course, Tony Soprano.
The film does not focus on any of these characters, however, but instead focuses on another Mafioso. Soprano fans have heard of but never seen: Dickie Moltisanti, father of Christopher (Michael Imperioli in The Sopranos). Dickie anchors the film effectively Soprano-esque (he’s a pretty complicated man), and is played here by Alessandro Nissola. Nissola is joined by actors such as Ray Liotta (as her father), Leslie Odom Jr. (as Harold, a new character at the Soprano world), Corey Stoll (as Uncle Junior), John Magaro (as Silvio Dante), Jon Bernthal (as Johnny Soprano), Vera Farmiga (as Livia Soprano) and Michael Gandolfini (putting himself in his father’s shoes as the young version of Tony Soprano).
And in case that gets you in the mood for a bit of Soprano, well, that’s a good thing. Because you can watch the movie right now. Here’s how:
How to watch The Many Saints of Newark
There are two ways for you to get your Soprano to fix and look The Many Saints of Newark at present. The first option, if you’re in the mood to do it big, is to go to your local movie theater – David Chase always designed it as an indoor experience.
But the other option is at home from the comfort of your couch (or your favorite chair, or on the floor, whatever, we’re not judging). This is because as a version of Warner Bros., The Many Saints of Newark is also making its streaming debut, on HBO Max. Which, honestly, is a pretty good place for that; when you’re done watching, you’ll be just a few clicks away from watching (or, let’s face it, review) among the best Soprano episodes.
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