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Entertainment News Pop: James Gandolfini Remembered As 'A Fine Man' By Steve Carell, Ewan McGregor

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Entertainment News Pop: James Gandolfini Remembered As 'A Fine Man' By Steve Carell, Ewan McGregor

by Wochit 1:09 mins

After the surprising news spread that "Sopranos" star James Gandolfini died at the age of 51 Hollywood quickly offered an outpouring of love and memories of the beloved actor. While he was best known for his role as Tony Soprano on the acclaimed HBO show, his influence stretched far beyond that, even to those who never had the honor of working with him. Russell Crowe, Molly Ringwald, Governor Chris Christie and more all took to Twitter to remember the late, great 'Sopranos' actor. By Todd Gilchrist James Gandolfini's sudden death has film festival organizers scrambling. Representatives of the Taormina, Sicily, Film Festival are working to put together a tribute to the U-S actor who had been expected to attend the festival's closing ceremony this weekend. Gandolfini reportedly died of a heart attack in Rome. He was 51 years old. Thom Yorke, the musical genius behind the British super band, Radiohead, is part of an upcoming Bonhams auction where a painting he collaborated on with the artist Stanley Donwood is set to be sold for a good cause.

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