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'Tony Soprano Is Not Dead' Headlines Are Inaccurate, Creator David Chase's Rep Says

One of the most famous scenes in television history has to be the final scene of The Sopranos, in which the main character Tony Soprano was left with an ambiguous ending.

A journalist for Vox reportedly had a conversation with the show’s creator David Chase and she claims that he admitted to her that James Gandolfini‘s character is not dead.

Now, Mr. Chase‘s representative released a statement to say that the comments were “misconstrued.”

“A journalist for Vox misconstrued what David Chase said in their interview. To simply quote David as saying, ‘Tony Soprano is not dead,’ is inaccurate. There is a much larger context for that statement and as such, it is not true,” the rep said.

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Matthew McConaughey & More Get 'GQ' Men of the Year Covers

Matthew McConaughey looks super suave on one of five covers for GQ‘s Men of the Year issue for December 2013, on newsstands nationwide on November 19.

The 44-year-old Dallas Buyers Club actor is joined by Will Ferrell (and his Anchorman persona Ron Burgundy), Kendrick Lamar, and the late James Gandolfini on some of the other covers for the issue.

Justin Timberlake is also featured on his own cover and his full feature was released earlier this morning, so make sure to check it out!

Kendrick is currently touring around the country with Kanye West and we have your hookup to get free tickets to a show in your city. Check out our contest now to enter to win tickets.

For more from the guys, visit GQ.com!

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Emmys In Memoriam 2013 Details: Cory Monteith & More

One of the most anticipated moments of the night at the 2013 Emmy Awards this evening will be the In Memoriam segment and we have all the details right here.

Five people will be remembered with special recognition during the ceremony: Glee‘s Cory Monteith (remembered by co-star Jane Lynch), The SopranosJames Gandolfini (remembered by co-star Edie Falco), All in the Family‘s Jean Stapleton (remembered by co-star Rob Reiner), Mork and Mindy‘s Jonathan Winters (remembered by co-star Robin Williams), and Family Ties producer Gary David Goldberg (remembered by the show’s Michael J. Fox).

“I always find the In Memoriam is just really interesting because sometimes it seems weird that they keep the audio on in the house, so some people get applause and some people don’t, and it turns it into this weird moment,” host Neil Patrick Harris told Access Hollywood. “And you want that moment to be honoring those people, and not a competition.”

“We’ve come up with this idea — five different people that we chose sort of from different areas of television are being spoken about by people who were important to them,” he explained. “[They'll speak about them] not in a pitying way, but I think in a respectful, classy way that will make you remember their life in a positive, forward-momentum kind of style.”

Check back later for video of the segment!

James Gandolfini: 'Enough Said' Official Trailer - Watch Now!

Check out James Gandolfini sharing a kiss with Julia Louis-Dreyfus for a newly released trailer for one of his last films Enough Said!

The 51-year-old actor, who passed away nearly two months ago, is joined in the trailer by Toni Collette, and Catherine Keener.

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Enough Said centers on “a divorced massage therapist (Louis-Dreyfus) who takes a chance on love with a new man (Gandolfini) who just happens to be the dreaded ex of her new client.”

Mark your calendars, the flick will debut next month at the 2013 Toronto Film Festival and will be released on September 20!


James Gandolfini – ‘Enough Said’ Trailer

James Gandolfini's Final Film 'Animal Rescue' Previewed at Event

  • James Gandolfini‘s last film Animal Rescue was previewed during the annual CineEurope event – The Hollywood Reporter
  • Sofia Vergara shares bikini shot – Huffington Post
  • Who made the list of the world’s most powerful celebrities? – Just Jared Jr
  • You’ll be seeing The Hunger Games: Catching Fire at Comic Con – Entertainment Weekly
  • What kind of collars is Jessica Biel using for her dogs? – DListed
  • Stacy Keibler uses mouth wash for a cause – Hollywood Tuna
  • Hillary and Bill Clinton praise DOMA overturn ruling – Towleroad
  • Matt White performed his new song “Love and Affection” on The Bachelorette – be sure to check out the performance, and buy the song on iTunes!

Kristen Stewart on James Gandolfini's Death: It 'Gutted Me'

Kristen Stewart has released a statement about the death of her Welcome to the Rileys co-star James Gandolfini, who passed away last week in Italy.

“When I heard of James’ passing I was in New Orleans, where we met shooting, and every memory flooded back and gutted me,” Kristen told Entertainment Weekly in a statement. “I’ll hold that time near to me forever. He was immeasurably great. My heart goes out to his beloved family.”

James‘ body was flown back to New York City this past weekend for his funeral, set for this Thursday.

James Gandolfini's Body Arrives Home in New Jersey

  • James Gandolfini‘s remains are back in the United States and his funeral will take place on Thursday- TMZ
  • Find out baby North West‘s birth weight- US Weekly
  • Win a FREE and autographed iPhone case from Cody Simpson- Just Jared Jr
  • Victoria Beckham flashes a rare smile- Entertainment Tonight
  • Prince Harry and his ex attend a wedding- Lainey Gossip
  • Courtney Stodden shows off new implants at church- TooFab
  • Justin Bieber gets a kiss from a young fan- MTV
  • Miley Cyrus wears a super short jersey- Popsugar
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