James Gandolfini's ENOUGH SAID Set for Release Today
The second to last film of the late actor James Gandolfin was chosen as a 'special presentation' at this year's Toronto International Film Festival, and now the film will be released shortly after the festival debut today, September 20. Director Nicole Holofcener's ENOUGH SAID also features Julia Louis Dreyfuss and Catherine Keener.
The 51-year-old Sopranos star died in Italy last month while attending the 59th Taormina Film Festival in Sicily. The actor won three Emmy Awards for his iconic role of 'Tony Soprano' in the HBO series.
Gandolfini's big screen credits include the upcoming Animal Rescue, as well as The Incredible Burt Wonderstone, Zero Dark Thirty, In the Loop, All the King's Men, The Mexican, Fallen, 12 Angry Men, Get Shortly, and more.
He appeared on Broadway in God of Carnage for which he was Tony-nominated in 2009, and then reprised the role in 2011 in LA. He also appeared in On the Waterfront and made his Broadway debut with Jessica Lange and Alec Baldwin in A Streetcar Named Desire.