James Gandolfini

Tony Soprano’s Escalade sells at auction for almost $120,000

The 2003 Cadillac Escalade that James Gandolfini drove in the last three seasons of The Sopranos sold at auction on Friday for almost $120,000.

Auction House RR Auction announced that the Escalade, which Gandolfini’s character, Tony Soprano, used as his personal car, sold at auction for $119,776.83. Sold with Soprano’s driver’s license as well as an autographed photo of the cast, the car was also signed in three places by the late Gandolfini.

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James Gandolfini was approached about appearing in Human Centipede 3

Prolific thespian Eric Roberts may not be the choosiest actor in the world when it comes to taking roles, but eyebrows were nevertheless raised when it was announced that the onetime Oscar nominee and Dark Knight actor had signed on to appear in Human Centipede 3 (out in cinemas and on VOD, May 22).

As it happens, those eyebrows could have been raised further still. Tom Six, who has written and directed all three movies in the infamous body-horror franchise, claims he also approached Sopranos star James Gandolfini about the part ultimately portrayed by Roberts, that of a state governor named Hughes.

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David Chase analyzes The Sopranos' final scene, shot by shot

Edie Falco, Robert Iler, ... | Aired: June 10, 2007 (series finale) After seven seasons you expect an ending — maybe mob boss Tony (James Gandolfini) would end up dead? In…

Few television scenes have been picked apart and argued over more than the finale diner sequence of The Sopranos. Creator David Chase has always remained careful to never explicitly state what happens as the sceen cuts to black—and the fate of Tony Soprano and his family hangs in the balance.

While he still won’t likely reveal whether Tony lives or dies anytime soon, Chase did recently open up about the scene, giving more insight than he ever has before.

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Watch James Gandolfini, Julia Louis-Dreyfus in 'Enough Said' bloopers -- EXCLUSIVE VIDEO


After the untimely death of Sopranos actor James Gandolfini in June, fans were comforted by watching the critically acclaimed Enough Said, which earned Gandolfini’s co-star, Julia Louis-Dreyfus, a Golden Globe nomination for Best Performance by an Actress in a Motion Picture - Comedy or Musical.

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HBO plans to air James Gandolfini tribute

The network that cemented James Gandolfini’s iconic-star-status will air a tribute to the late actor this Sunday.

Gandolfini died on June 19 at the age of 51 from a heart attack. Best known for portraying Tony Soprano on HBO’s The Sopranos from 1999-2007, it was a role that scored him a Golden Globe and three Emmys.

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No Oprah? No Scorsese? What were the Golden Globes' most egregious snubs?

The Golden Globe nomination were announced this morning, and in addition to providing a boost to surprise contenders like Sally Hawkins (Blue Jasmine) for Best Supporting Actress and Ron Howard’s racing movie, Rush, for Best Drama, there were others who were dealt a setback by the Hollywood Foreign Press Association.

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