"The Many Saints of Newark" is a 2021 American crime drama film directed by Alan Taylor.
The starring cast includes Alessandro Nivola as Dickie Moltisanti, Leslie Odom Jr. as Harold McBrayer, Jon Bernthal as Jonathan Soprano, Corey Stoll as Junior Soprano, Michael Gandolfini as Teenage Tony Soprano, Billy Magnussen as Paulie Walnuts, Michela De Rossi as Giuseppina Moltisanti, John Magaro as Silvio Dante, Ray Liotta as "Hollywood Dick" Moltisanti and Salvatore "Sally" Moltisanti, Vera Farmiga as Livia Soprano 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.

In 1967, a young Tony Soprano (Michael Gandolfini) travels with Dickie Moltisanti (Alessandro Nivola) to welcome home Dickie's father, "Hollywood Dick" Moltisanti, and his new Italian wife, Giuseppina. Moltisanti is a soldier in the DiMeo crime family, which also consists of Johnny Soprano and his brother Junior (Corey Stoll), Silvio Dante (John Magaro), Paulie Walnuts (Billy Magnussen), Pussy Bonpensiero (Samson Moeakiola), and "Buddha", Pussy Bonpensiero's father. After a black taxi driver is assaulted by police officers, riots break out in Newark. One of Dickie's black associates, Harold McBrayer (Leslie Odom Jr.), begins to take part in the riots.
Simultaneously, Johnny and Junior are arrested at a carnival, while Tony watches from a distance. Johnny is sentenced to four years in prison. Hollywood Dick kicks Giuseppina down a flight of stairs. Dickie realizes this and confronts him. After a physical altercation, Dickie kills his father and transports his body to his drainage supply building, which he burns down to make it look as though it were destroyed in the riots. Dickie visits his uncle and Hollywood Dick's twin brother, Sally (Ray Liotta), who is serving a life sentence in prison for killing another made man in his own family. Dickie begins seeing Giuseppina as his goomah. In elementary school, Tony is suspended from school for starting a gambling operation. Harold decides to move to North Carolina following a murder warrant, and Dickie gives him $500 as a gift.
Four years later, Johnny is released from prison. At a welcoming back party, Dickie and his wife Joanne show an infant Christopher to Johnny and the rest of the family. Christopher cries when he sees Tony, and a woman at the table tells him that "some babies, when they come into the world, know all kinds of things from the other side." Harold returns from North Carolina and decides to start his own black-led crime operation in Newark. Giuseppina has an affair with Harold after a fight with Dickie. Harold kills one of the DiMeos and steals their protection money. Dickie and his crew interrogate one of Harold's gang members, Cyril (Germar Terrell Gardner), and kill him. In retaliation for Cyril's death, Harold and his gang engage in a shootout with the DiMeos, during which Buddha (Joey Diaz) is killed.


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 Dickie Moltisanti
Leslie Odom Jr.  as Harold McBrayer
Jon Bernthal  as Jonathan Soprano
Corey Stoll  as Junior Soprano
Michael Gandolfini  as Teenage Tony Soprano
Billy Magnussen  as Paulie Walnuts
Michela De Rossi  as Giuseppina Moltisanti
John Magaro  as Silvio Dante
Ray Liotta  as "Hollywood Dick" Moltisanti and Salvatore "Sally" Moltisanti twin brothers
Vera Farmiga  as Livia Soprano
William Ludwig  as Young Tony Soprano
Michael Imperioli  as Christopher Moltisanti
Samson Moeakiola  as Pussy Bonpensiero
Joey Diaz  as Buddha Pussy's father
Germar Terrell Gardner  as Cyril
Alexandra Intrator  as Teenage Janice Soprano
Gabriella Piazza  as Joanne Moltisanti
Mattea Conforti  as Young Janice Soprano
Lesli Margherita  as Iris Balducci
Talia Balsam  as Mrs. Jarecki
Kathryn Kates  as Angie DeCarlo
Nick Vallelonga  as Carmine Cotuso
Ed Marinaro  as Jilly Ruffalo
Robert Vincent Montano  as Teenage Artie Bucco
Matteo Russo  as Young Artie Bucco
Chase Vacnin  as Teenage Jackie Aprile
Oberon K.A. Adjepong  as Frank Lucas
Lauren DiMario  as Teenage Carmela De Angelis
Mason Bleu  as Leon Overall
Aaron Joshua  as Jaleel
Patina Miller  as Queen Isola
Rob Colletti  as Julie DeRogatis
De'Jon Watts  as Landers
Nick DeMatteo  as Guitarist
Matt Grossman  as Drummer
Chris LaPanta  as Army Recruiter
Patricia Squire  as Old Auntie (as Pat Squire)
Amelia Fowler  as Candy Store Nurse
Prema Cruz  as Wynetta
Maliq Johnson  as Kevin
Sam Labovitz  as Bruno
Daryl Edwards  as Julius
Matthew Elam  as Ray Ray
Angelo Anthony Pizza  as Catholic School Boy (as Angelo Pizza)
Audrey Bennett  as Catholic School Girl
Nicola Gabriele  as Club Waiter
Spenser Granese  as Man in the Cowboy Hat
Michael Zegarski  as Funeral Director
Michael Kaves  as Funeral Wiseguy #1
Vinnie Costanza  as Teenage Boy
Ian Unterman  as Softball Parent #1
Lizzy Plimpton  as Softball Parent #2
Erik Weiner  as Teacher
Alex Morf  as Police HQ Copper
Bryce Burke  as Ice Cream Truck Driver
Joel Boyd  as Activist on Stage
William Youmans  as Judge Lambert
Andrew Polk  as Taxi Passenger
Ohene Cornelius  as Taxi Driver
Craig Geraghty  as Soprano Kids Copper
Nygel Bush  as Fallen Son
Carrie Compere  as Crying Mother
Lexie Foley  as Barbara Soprano
Phyllis Pastore  as Aunt Concetta
Tatienne Hendricks-Tellefsen  as Paulie's Goomar
Ayodele Olatunji  as Tabernacle Band #1
CJ Fly  as Tabernacle Band #2
Dessy Hinds  as Tabernacle Band #3
Laurie Sheppard  as Building Manager
Marianne Ferrari  as Female Neighbor
Julian Lerner  as Rico (Tony's Friend)
Stella Chivee  as Frank Lucas' Daughter
Louis Vanaria  as Wise Guy
Latoya Edwards  as Frank Lucas' Girlfriend
John Borras  as Bishop
Jodi Capeless  as Aunt Gemma

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 22, 2021 (Tribeca), on October 1, 2021 (United States) and on November 4, 2021 (Germany) distributing by Warner Bros. Pictures Germany and HBO Max.


What are The Many Saints of Newark filming details?

The duration of the film is 120 minutes. With a budget of $50 million, the film grossed over $7.3 million.

"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, with a $50 million budget.


What are critics and audiences saying about The Many Saints of Newark movie?

"The Many Saints of Newark" movie got high rating from critics. IMDB rating is 6.6/10. Audiences polled by CinemaScore gave the film an average grade of "C+" on a scale ranging from A+ to F.

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