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David Chase Doesn t Rule Out Sopranos Movie

Fans of the highly popular television drama 'The Sopranos' were furious as they were left hanging over the seemingly unresolved ending of what was supposed to be the show's "grand finale." But David Chase, creator of The Sopranos, said he wasn't ruling out the possibility of a future movie based on the series. His statement came after millions of fans, after waiting 8 years, were apparently not satisfied with how the show ended, and they wanted more.

Most fans were probably expecting a bloodshed that would end it all. Instead, what they got was a ten-second screen blackout. As soon as the tv screen turned blank, millions of fans tried frantically to look up their cable tv's contact numbers to report the downtime. But they soon realized that there was nothing wrong with their cable network when the end credits of the show started to appear.

"Is that it?" Most fans couldn't hide their dissapointment. Many even cursed at their tv set. After years of waiting and all they get is a blank screen? What happened to Tony Soprano? To Carmela? To A.J.? To Meadow? Did they die? Did they survive? Was the ending purposedly made vague in order to make way for a movie version of The Sopranos in the near future?

David Chase said that he is leaving it to the show's fans to interpret the last scene for themselves. He adds, "I have no interest in explaining, defending, reinterpreting, or adding to what is there. People get the impression that you're trying to mess with them, and it's not true. You're trying to entertain them."

Asked whether a movie based on The Sopranos is forthcoming, Chase said,"I never say never. An idea could pop into my head where I would go, 'Wow, that would make a great movie,' but I doubt it."

According to HBO, the show's final episode drew 11.9 million viewers. It was the fourth most-watched episode ever behind the 2002 fourth season debut (13.4 million), the finale of that season (12.5 million), and the debut of season 5 in 2004 (12.1 million).

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