What happens in last scene of sopranos?
In the finale, Tony goes out to a diner with his family. He’s surrounded by a few folks also grabbing a bite, but there’s a sketchy-looking character in the back. As his daughter, Meadow, is about to walk in, Tony looks up. Suddenly, the screen cuts to black.
Did Tony Soprano get shot in the last episode?
In a recent discussion with The Hollywood Reporter’s Scott Feinberg, after a screening of the “Sopranos” prequel, “The Many Saints of Newark,” the show’s creator, David Chase, finally revealed his intentions. And, yes, Tony gets whacked.
How did the final scene of the sopranos go down?
Let’s just remind ourselves how – to use street parlance – the final scene of The Sopranos ‘went down’: Tony arrives at the diner, and selects Journey’s “Don’t Stop Believing” from the juke-box console at his table.
Did the Sopranos resist the temptation to be a gangster movie?
Matt: The point is, The Sopranos resisted all the usual gangster movie reflexes for seven seasons. I can’t imagine that it would succumb to them in its final moments, no matter how great the temptation — and as our conversations with Chase confirmed, that temptation did exist.
What does Tony Soprano look like in The Sopranos?
Tony sits in his booth, looking resigned and lethargic. He’s less the vigilant mob boss and more just another regular Joe; one of a million over-weight, middle-class, middle-aged men sitting in diners up and down the country waiting for the twin comforts of onion rings and family.
Does AJ die in The Sopranos?
So does AJ, who luckily fails to kill himself — Tony happening to come home at that moment is a Tony caliber stroke of good luck — and in this very episode, the kid survives a truck explosion. What’s more in character for The Sopranos, to kill a magically charmed character in the final scene, or to refuse to do so?