It features (to indulgent Bill Clinton's dismay) carrot sticks instead of onion rings, but a video produced by Team Hillary Clinton otherwise cannily sends up the series finale of The Sopranos. In the clip (now featured in our Online Video Guide), Hil is seated in a diner when Bill arrives and their (unseen) daughter, Chelsea, labors to parallel park. As Bill grumbles about the carrots and Sopranos star Vincent Curatola (aka Johnny Sack) shoots the pair a glare, Hillary peruses a jukebox, ultimately settling on the song chosen via some contest to be her election campaign theme. Clinton's video, though, delivers the sort of unsettling coda David Chase steered clear of: The winning tune is by Celine Dion.Of his cameo staring down a senator and former POTUS, Curatola tells the New York Daily News, "It's not easy... but as an actor, you do what you have to do."Washington analysts say the pop-culture riff could go a long way toward humanizing Hillary in a way no big-bucks campaign spendi...
Several B-list Sopranos cast members, including Richard Portnow (who?), Vincent Curatola (huh?) and Katherine Narducci (come again?), have signed on to star in the mob-themed indie Made in Brooklyn, per Variety. The film consists of four short films that focus on Brooklyn's people and hangouts. Sopranos actress Sharon Angela (wait, this one I know: she plays Rosalie Aprile!) is directing.