May 19, 2024


Art Is Experience

‘The Sopranos’ siblings steal Super Bowl commercial glory

Chevy has set social media alight with a Tremendous Bowl advert that sees “The Sopranos” siblings reunite for the to start with time in just about 15 yrs.

Actors Jamie-Lynn Sigler, 40, and Robert Iler, 36, reprised their roles as Meadow and A.J. Soprano in the 60-next commercial, which aired in the course of the second quarter of Sunday evening’s recreation.

“The Sopranos” showrunner David Chase directed the formidable advert, which recreates the legendary opening of the first show and rewrites its famously ambiguous final episode.

In the first collection, the opening credit sequence sees protagonist Tony Soprano driving his Chevy Suburban from Manhattan to New Jersey as the track “Woke Up This Morning” by Alabama 3 performs in the background.

In Sunday’s evening Tremendous Bowl advertisement, Sigler — enjoying Meadow — is now in the driver’s seat of a Chevy (though it is a plush new Silverado). She traverses the exact route her on-display screen dad, although “Woke Up This Morning” also performs in the background. at?v=2bZYqFsU72Y

At the conclusion of the industrial, Sigler pulls outside Holsten’s diner which famously showcased in the closing episode of “The Sopranos” back in 2007.

The eatery was the past area Tony Soprano was observed — and it’s unclear no matter whether the character was killed off just right after the last credits rolled.

In the course of that episode, Meadow was owning problems parallel parking outside the house the establishment — but in the new Chevy business she’s no extended plagued by that dilemma.

The character effortlessly parks the Silverado, jumps out of the car or truck and fulfills youthful brother A.J. The pair share an psychological embrace in advance of they stroll off alongside one another toward the diner.

In the final episode of "The Sopranos," Meadow has difficulties parallel parking outside the diner. But in the new commercial, she's no longer plagued by that problem.
In the closing episode of “The Sopranos,” Meadow has problems parallel parking outside the diner. But in the new professional, she’s no more time plagued by that challenge.
Robert Iler reprised his role as the youngest member of the Soprano family: A.J.
Robert Iler reprised his role as the youngest member of the Soprano household: A.J.

The advert proves that the siblings weren’t killed off just after the remaining episode of the clearly show — as has been posited in the past.

Fans of “The Sopranos” flocked to social media to share their exhilaration about the advert.

“I suggest nothing at all can top that Chevy Sopranos industrial proper?” a single excitedly questioned.


“LOVE the Chevy Silverado commercial with the Sopranos. James Gandolfini would be very pleased,” an additional cooed. Gandolfini — who played Tony Soprano — handed away 2013.

Sigler spoke with People today about filming the business, and stated her on-display screen father was not much from her thoughts.

Any time we do nearly anything with “The Sopranos” your 1st believed is usually Jim,” she stated. “His presence was really much felt in the course of it all, of training course, since anything we at any time do acquiring to do with “The Sopranos” he is there. And just the assumed of that opening sequence with him, it is so legendary. He always drove that Chevy Suburban all over the place. It’s how we near our eyes and picture Tony Soprano.”

Sigler extra that she is still close buddies with Iler, and she liked operating with him and [showrunner] Chase once more.

“Even receiving path from David Chase and observing our outdated camera operators that we had labored with through the seasons… It was this eerie thing the place Robert and I both reported, ‘We could hop back again into actively playing these people in a heartbeat,’ ” she said.

“It was seriously cool to get a instant to practical experience that.”

Iler and Sigler are seen at back with their on-screen "The Sopranos" parents, James Gandolfini and Edie Falco.
Iler and Sigler are witnessed at again with their on-monitor “The Sopranos” mothers and fathers, James Gandolfini and Edie Falco.
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