You know how there are all of these amazingly brilliant shows on TV right now. There's a reason for that. Many would give David Chase, the man behind "The Sopranos," credit for ushering in a golden age of television and allowing for serious, adult shows like "Mad Men," "Breaking Bad," and "Game of Thrones" to exist.
This fall, Chase will unveil his first film, "Not Fade Away," the only thing he's produced since Journey played "The Sopranos" out in 2007. MTV News spoke with Chase for our Fall Movie Preview about his film, which tells the story of a young band of musicians during the 1960s, and why the music at the heart the movie is so important to him.
Check out exclusive images from "Not Fade Away" and the rest of our Fall Movie Preview films.
Why is this the story you tell for your first film?
I just love the music from the period. »
- Kevin P. Sullivan
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