'Sopranos' creator to direct coming-of-age film
David Chase also wrote music-driven feature for Paramount
"Sopranos" creator David Chase has unveiled the nature of the feature film he's written and will direct for Paramount Pictures.
Nearly two years ago, after his award-winning HBO series had run its course, Chase signed to write, direct and produce a drama for the studio. That directorial debut will be a music-driven coming-of-age story set in the 1960s.
The untitled film will be released under the Paramount Vantage banner.
Mark Johnson ("Rain Man," "The Chronicles of Narnia") will produce with the UTA-repped Chase, who also has been a writer-producer on the series "Northern Exposure," "Almost Grown" and "The Rockford Files."
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