"The Many Saints of Newark" is an American crime drama film directed by Alan Taylor.
The starring cast includes Alessandro Nivola as Richard 'Dickie' Moltisanti, Leslie Odom Jr. as Harold McBrayer, Jon Bernthal as Jonathan Boy Soprano, Michael Gandolfini as Tony Soprano, Corey Stoll as Junior Soprano, Billy Magnussen as Paulie 'Walnuts' Gualtieri, Ray Liotta as Aldo 'Hollywood Dick' Moltisanti, Michela De Rossi as Giuseppina Bruno, Vera Farmiga as Livia Soprano, John Magaro as Silvio Dante and others.

Here are "The Many Saints of Newark" movie trailer, plot summary, full cast and characters, release date, streaming services and everything we know so far.


Is there a trailer for The Many Saints of Newark movie?

Warner Bros. Pictures on Wednesday, September 08, 2021 released the trailer for "The Many Saints of Newark" you can watch here:
THE MANY SAINTS OF NEWARK - Official Trailer 2.

Plot summary

What is The Many Saints of Newark movie plot?

Here is a short review of "The Many Saints of Newark" movie plot summary.

Young Anthony Soprano is growing up in one of the most tumultuous eras in Newark's history, becoming a man just as rival gangsters begin to rise up and challenge the all-powerful DiMeo crime family's hold over the increasingly race-torn city. Caught up in the changing times is the uncle he idolizes, Dickie Moltisanti (Alessandro Nivola), who struggles to manage both his professional and personal responsibilities - and whose influence over his nephew will help make the impressionable teenager into the all-powerful mob boss we'll later come to know: Tony Soprano (Michael Gandolfini).


Who plays who in the The Many Saints of Newark movie cast?

Here is the full cast and characters of "The Many Saints of Newark" movie. Actors and actresses are sorted mostly in credits order.

Alessandro Nivola  as Richard 'Dickie' Moltisanti
Leslie Odom Jr.  as Harold McBrayer
Jon Bernthal  as Jonathan Boy Soprano
Michael Gandolfini  as Tony Soprano
Corey Stoll  as Junior Soprano
Billy Magnussen  as Paulie 'Walnuts' Gualtieri
Ray Liotta  as Aldo 'Hollywood Dick' Moltisanti
Michela De Rossi  as Giuseppina Bruno
Vera Farmiga  as Livia Soprano
John Magaro  as Silvio Dante
Joey Diaz
Nick Vallelonga
Samson Moeakiola  as Salvatore 'Big Pussy' Bonpensiero
Alexandra Intrator  as Janice Soprano
Daryl Edwards  as Julius
Gabriella Piazza  as Joanne Moltisanti
Chase Vacnin  as Jackie Aprile
Lesli Margherita  as Iris Balducci
Mattea Conforti  as Young Janice Soprano
Alex Morf  as Cop
Vinnie Costanza  as Teenage Boy
Robert Vincent Montano  as Artie Bucco
Lori Pizzo  as Mob wife
Stephanie Purpuri  as Goomar
Spenser Granese  as Beansie Gaeta
Lara Barbieri  as Neighborhood girl
Sasha Morfaw  as Frank Lucas' Female
William Ludwig  as Young Tony Soprano
Kathryn Kates  as Angie de Carlo
Tatienne Hendricks-Tellefsen  as Paulie's Goomar
Jamaal Burcher  as Protester / Rioter
John Ruggiero  as Jonathan Bookie / Wise Guy
Andrew Polk  as White Taxi Passenger
Joey Catalano  as Bookie / Wise Guy
Faron Salisbury  as National Guardsman #1
Carrie Compere  as Crying Mother
David M Sandoval Jr.  as Police officer
Floyd Anthony Johns Jr.  as Rioter #13
Andrea Ryan  as Mob WIfe
Kent Sladyk  as Wise Guy
Audrey Bennett  as Catholic School Girl
Germar Terrell Gardner  as Cyril
Kevin D. Benton  as Black Panther
Lizzy Plimpton  as Softball Mom
Rob Colletti
Mariana Parma  as Steam Ship Passenger
Rylee Moschetto  as Rylee Moschetto
Lauren Yaffe  as Passenger
Ian Unterman  as Softball Dad
Matthew Iacono  as Mob Kid
Marianne Ferrari  as Neighbor Woman
Lexie Foley  as Young Barbara Soprano
Matteo Russo  as Young Artie Bucco
De'Jon Watts  as Landers
Michael Iacono  as Mob Kid
Nick DeMatteo  as Guitarist / Singer
Danny Schoch  as Chickie Sasso
Kevin D. McGee  as Police Officer
James P. Harkins  as Police Officer
Laurie Sheppard  as Building Manager
Chris LaPanta
David Palmieri  as Clerk
Matt Grossman  as Drummer / Singer
Melina Lanza  as Mob Girl
Suki Úna Rae  as Passenger (as Lana McLellan)
Ciarcia John  as Wiseguy
Scott Eliasoph  as Italian Immigrant on a Steamship
Claudette LalΓ­
Reed Harlow-Grayce LaRocca  as Italian Mob Kid
Nathan Rudd  as Gangster
Smokey Sims  as Rioter Smokey
Phyllis Pastore  as Aunt Concetta
Luke Trevisan  as Schoolboy
Xan Aspero  as Bartender
Frantzdy Alexandre  as Conference Audience / Black Panther
Craig Geraghty  as Soprano's Kids Cop
Michael Wren Gucciardo  as Bartender (credit only)
Alexander DeChino  as National Guardsmen
Andrew Haserlat  as Band Teacher
Bobbie Peterson  as Mob Wife
Marie Smalley  as Moviegoer
Shannon Williams  as Self - Park kid
Giovanni Michael Abate
Matthias Sebastiun Garry  as Harold's Friend
Victoria Giardina  as Amusement Park Kid
James Wosochlo  as Newark City Police
Robert L. Anderson III  as Rioter
CJ Annunziata  as Confirmation guest
Quinn Fucci  as Neighborhood kid / Amusement Park kid
Justin Michael Woods  as Protester
Germir Robinson  as Protester / Rioter
Joe Symon  as Wise Guy
Amelia Fowler  as Candy Store Nurse
Damir Mrkulic  as Police Officer
Kirra Murphy  as Ice Cream Kid
Simonas Zmuidzinas  as State Trooper
Stephen Moscatello  as Old School Chef
Edward Sass III  as Catholic School Student
Diodato Grisi  as Christmas Tree Salesman
Michael Zegarski  as Vincent / Funeral Director
Michael Kaves  as Funeral Wiseguy #1
Marshall Axt  as Club Patron
Eliana Maldonado  as Ice Cream Kid
Jake Cerny  as Kid in Park
David Negri  as MOB Funeral wise guy
GeNye Robinson  as Amusement Park Kid
Kiayaun Williams-Clark  as Dock Worker / Photographer
Stephanie Lynn Wilson  as Conference Attendee
Shamia Diaz  as Conference Audience Attendee
Jesse Schratz  as Italian Mob Kid
Anthony Chinappi  as butcher
Melanie Christine Leon-Soon  as Inmate's Daughter
Sabrina Sass  as Ice Cream Kid
Harry Adam  as Middle school student
Johnny Calabro  as Bookie
Chase Jewell  as Baseball Player
Sean Kilkenny  as Protester / Rioter
Nicholas Suech  as Police officer
Jack Ronan Grindley  as School Band Drummer
Steven Higgins  as Amusement Park Kid
Casondra Sass  as Ice Cream Kid
Timothy Foley  as Neighborhood Kid / Amusement Park Kid
Malinda Sass  as Mob Kid
Rachel Aneila Huff  as Amusement Park Kid
Audrey Butler  as Neighborhood Kid
Lauren Mary Huff  as Amusement Park Kid

Release date

When is The Many Saints of Newark movie release date?

"The Many Saints of Newark" movie release date was scheduled to be on September 23, 2021 (Germany), on September 24, 2021 (United States) and on October 1, 2021 (United States) distributing by Warner Bros. Pictures Germany and HBO Max.


What are The Many Saints of Newark filming details?

"The Many Saints of Newark" movie is rated "R", according to the MPAA film rating system.

Principal photography began in Brooklyn on April 3, 2019, moved to Newark on May 7, and wrapped in June 2019.

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