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'Not Fade Away' Trailer: 'Sopranos' Creator Gives '60s Music a Shot

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Five years after the finale of his most famous series, The Sopranos creator David Chase brings James Gandolfini with him in another tale of competing family lives with Not Fade Away. Set in the mid '60s, the film follows a young frontman of a nascent Jersey band as he strikes out to make it big in New York City while dealing with the shouted condescension of his mobster-like father. Dads just don't get packing up and joining bands, man! Though, in my experience, they also don't get packing up and joining LAN parties, so really there's no winning with these guys.

I hope it doesn't turn out that, in the final scene, the band somehow ends up being Journey.

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