'Sopranos' Take Over Manhattan
Another New York movie premiere, another gathering of the cast from "The Sopranos." Wednesday night, it was "The Opportunists," with Christopher Walken and Cyndi Lauper. Thursday, it was "Two Family House" -- which brought out even more Sopranos. The reason is clear: Many of the stars from the celebrated HBO series about the Mob also star in "Two Family House," among them, Michael Rispoli, Kathrine Narducci, Vincent Pastore and Sharon Angela. After the screening, the leading Soprano, James Gandolfini, made an offer that the movie's director, Ray De Felitta, could not refuse. "I gotta give you a kiss," said Gandolfini, who then told PEOPLE: "I gave him a kiss because I was so touched by this movie. It's a beautiful movie. It's well-written. It's got great acting. It's wonderful." Now, who's going to argue with Tony Soprano?
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