The end of Game of Thrones has us thinking about other series finales, namely The Sopranos. But, these new images from the set of the prequel are serious fan service.

'The Many Saints of Newark' was spotted filming this week at Holstein's Confectionery in Bloomfield, as well as Satriale's in Paterson. Holstein's is where that famous final scene of the HBO series, that 'cut to black' moment, was shot.


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“The Sopranos” prequel was filming in Bloomfield and Paterson this week. 🎬 Series creator David Chase was on set, along with Michael Gandolfini, who is playing a young Tony Soprano. Michael’s father, James, famously played the iconic character in the show’s original run. Thanks to Nick Raymond for sharing a photo of Michael on set. 🎬 Holsten’s is where the final scene of the original series was filmed. It featured the infamous cut to black sequence set to Journey’s “Don’t Stop Believin’.” 🎬 Crews also recreated Satriale’s Pork Store in Paterson. They even made it snow on an 80 degree day. 🎬 Part of the film is set in 1967 during the Newark Riots. It will be released in September 2020. 🎬 Photos by Amy Kuperinsky for NJ.com. #njspots #njisntboring #newjersey #nj #just_newjersey #sopranos #bloomfield #patersonnj

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Michael Gandolfini, the son of the late James Gandolfini who originated the role of Tony Soprano and plays a young Tony in the prequel film, waved to excited fans who stumbled upon the set, NJ.com reports.

'The Many Saints of Newark' is slated to hit theaters on September 25, 2020, and we can't wait to see New Jersey shine again on the big screen.

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