A 20th anniversary reunion event of 'The Sopranos' took place last night with several key cast members in attendance.
'The Sopranos' ended 12 years ago and many still consider it the greatest show of all time.
Cast members Edie Braco, Jamie-Lynn Sigler, Vincent Pastore, Michael Imperioli, Annabella Sciorra, John Ventimiglia, Robert Iler, Kathrine Narducci, Vincent Curatola, Tony Sirico, Dominic Chianese Jr., and Steven Van Zandt gathered to mark the occasion with many of them attending a panel discussion to mark the series anniversary.
Creator David Chase, writer and EP Matthew Weiner and executive producer Ilene Landress were also there.
Additionally, in a touching interview with Today, the cast reminisced about the late, great. James Gandolfini.
“He’s very, very missed.” The cast of #TheSopranos talks about their favorite scenes with James Gandolfini, their interpretations of the final episode and more with @harrysmith #Sopranos20 pic.twitter.com/mR4bpyuRmZ
— TODAY (@TODAYshow) January 10, 2019
The reunion occurred just days after an update about the planned prequel movie to the series emerged. According to reports, a young Tony Soprano will play "an important role" in the 1960s-set movie. It is called 'The Many Saints of Newark' and casting for young Tony is underway.