19 February 2013 3:22 PM, PST | The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News | See recent The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News news »

HBO is not moving forward with its high-profile James Gandolfini project. The premium cable network that made its name in originals with the actor's long-running drama The Sopranos, has opted not to order his latest drama pilot, Criminal Justice, to series. The adaptation of Peter Moffat's 2008 BBC crime drama had Gandolfini on board to star. The original New York-set drama tracked a person on trial for murder through the court process, with each of its two five-episode seasons consisting of a new cast. HBO's installment would revolve around the first arc, which tracked Ben Whishaw as Ben, a guy

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