Getting the Band Back Together

Not Fade Away reunites a trio of Sopranos

Finlay MacKay for TIME

By the time it went off the air in 2007 after six seasons, The Sopranos was more than a TV show. One of the most colorful, violent and compelling depictions of organized crime and family life in any medium, it had become one of the sacred texts of its era. Now three of the mainstays of the series--creator and writer David Chase, star James Gandolfini and supporting player Steven Van Zandt--have reunited for a film. What epic tale brought the triumvirate back together? The story of Douglas (John Magaro), a kid in 1960s New Jersey who joins a rock band, meets...

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