“Enough Said” one of the final movies made by Sopranos star James Gandolfini before he died from a heart attack in June, is to be released in September.
A poster of the film starring Gandolfini and Julia Louis-Dreyfus of Seinfeld fame star has been released. In the film directed by Nicole Holefcener, Gandolfini plays the ex-husband of Louis-Dreyfus’ new best friend who she just happens to have fallen in love with.
The film will premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival. Meanwhile, another film, “Animal Rescue” the final film shot by Gandolfini, is currently in post-production.
The film was shot in Brooklyn, New York in the final eight weeks before Gandolfini died in Italy from a heart attack on June 19. In the Fox Searchlight Picture, Gandolfini plays a bar owner in the crime drama which also stars Tom Hardy and Noomi Rapace.
No release date has been announced but 2014 is most likely.
Gandolfini won three Emmy Awards, Two Golden Globes, and three Screen Actors Guild Awards for Best Actor for the role of Tony Soprano on the long-running HBO mafia drama.
He died at age 51 while on vacation in Rome with his 13 year old son. He left behind wife of five years, Deborah Lin.
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