The entertainment world was pretty universally shaken up by the tragic passing of "The Sopranos" star James Gandolfini in June of this year, but thanks to his indomitable work ethic, there are still a few surprises yet to come from the man who gave all new definition to the term "antihero."
Here we have the first trailer for Gandolfini's final film "Enough Said," which debuted at Apple Trailers today. Opposite Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Toni Collette and Catherine Keener, Gandolfini is featured as a man whose ex-wife is inadvertently convincing his new love interest to take note of all his various annoying bad habits.
The new lady's logic for buddying up with this "human trip adviser"? "If you could avoid staying at a bad [hotel], wouldn't you?" Such self-sabotage (and weird analogizing)!
Of course, the kind of quirks we're talking about are wearing PJs all day on Sundays and indulging in a tad too much popcorn and maybe being a little sluggish in the sack, but nothing too terrible to overcome, right? Right?! Well, that remains to be seen.
Julia Louis-Dreyfus promised that woeful James Gandolfini fans would be in for a real treat with his performance in this one. She told BBC News, "I think people will just really freak out seeing his performance ... He plays no thug in this picture. He is so not Tony Soprano. And Jim was very much much more like this character."
... Talk about enough said.
The film, written and directed by Nicole Holofcener, will premiere at this year's Toronto International Film Festival and then hit theaters on Sept. 20.