‘The Sopranos’ Creator David Chase and Terence Winter Team Up for New Horror Film at New Line Cinema

In a thrilling reunion from their days on The Sopranos, David Chase and Terence Winter are joining forces for an untitled horror film at New Line Cinema, marking Chase’s directorial debut in the feature film realm.

Under Chase’s first-look deal at Warner Bros., the duo is set to craft a chilling tale, shrouded in secrecy for now. This collaboration marks their first venture into theatrical film screenwriting and production together, adding an intriguing twist to their already illustrious careers.

Producing the film are Chase and Nicole Lambert of Riverain Pictures, with Rachel Winter of Tangerine Pictures and Terence Winter through his Cold Front Productions serving as executive producers.

The Sopranos

Having previously achieved immense success with The Sopranos, which celebrated its 25th anniversary this year, Chase and Winter are poised to deliver another gripping narrative that will undoubtedly captivate audiences.

Winter, known for his acclaimed work on “The Wolf of Wall Street” and “Boardwalk Empire,” brings his award-winning writing prowess to the table, ensuring a script that will keep viewers on the edge of their seats.

Chase, who made waves with the 2021 prequel film “The Many Saints of Newark,” is ready to leave his mark on the horror genre with his directorial debut.

As anticipation builds for this mysterious project, fans can expect a collaboration that blends Chase and Winter’s creative genius, promising a cinematic experience unlike any other.

Chase and Winter continue to be represented by top-tier agencies, further solidifying their status as powerhouse talents in the entertainment industry.

Joanne Wells

Joanne Wells is a media journalist for ScreenNearYou. She reports on the inside conversations in Hollywood. Also, she loves pizza!

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