In the forthcoming romantic comedy Enough Said, James Gandolfini appears in one of his last on-screen roles. The film, which is written and directed by Nicole Holofcener, tells the story of a divorced father named Albert who falls in love with a neurotic massage therapist (played by Julia Louis-Dreyfus). Their loving, middle-aged relationship would probably have developed without a hitch if it wasn't for Albert's ex-wife (played by Catherine Keener), who just so happens to be Eva's big...Read Full Story
Getty ImagesThursday morning, James Gandolfini was laid to rest at Manhattan's Cathedral Church of Saint John the Divine. The legendary actor's family, friends, and hundreds of fans gathered to pay their respects. Sopranos creator David Chase gave one of the four eulogies and a transcript of the heartfelt speech was reprinted by Entertainment Weekly. Read the full text of Chase's final words to his dear friend below. Warning: You might want to grab a tissue before you sit down for this one...Read Full Story
(Samuel Goldwyn Films)Kristen Stewart has finally broken her silence about the recent death of Sopranos star James Gandolfini, who tragically passed away from a heart attack at 51.
"When I heard of James' passing I was in New Orleans, where we met shooting, and every memory flooded back and gutted me," the 23-year-old told Entertainment Weekly. "I'll hold that time near to me forever. He was immeasurably great. My heart goes out to his beloved family."Stewart and Gandolfini both starred in...Read Full Story
New details of James Gandolfini's death were revealed by family friend Michael Kobold while speaking to reporters in Rome on Friday. According to Kobold, an autopsy conducted Friday morning showed signs of a heart attack, and that there was "nothing out of the ordinary ... there was no foul play, there was no substance abuse,"Kobold added: "He had a wonderful day. He visited the Vatican and had dinner at the hotel with his son, awaiting the arrival of his (Gandolfini's) sister." Kobold also...Read Full Story
(Getty Images)With the sad news of the untimely passing of James Gandolfini from an apparent heart attack today, it's natural to immediately reflect on the great actor's long and varied career. He was Tony Soprano first and foremost, the larger-than-life New Jersey mob boss who murdered men with his hands, but also cried when a family of ducks left his pool. A character actor who became a leading man, Gandolfini was a true American original, the type of actor savvy film fans would point to as...Read Full Story
James Gandolfini (September 18, 1961 — June 19, 2013) was an American actor best known for his work on the hit HBO show "The Sopranos." Find more James Gandolfini pictures, news, and information below.