David ChaseDavid Chase remains as vague about the beginning of his next project as he was about the ending of his last one.

It's been three years since 'The Sopranos' cut to black, and we haven't heard a peep from its creator, Chase, about what his next move might entail. We knew he signed a deal to write and direct a movie for Paramount, but could it be the long-rumored move to the big screen for Tony, Carmela and Pauly Walnuts?

In a word, no.

According to the Hollywood Reporter, the 'Sopranos' creator has finally revealed details, however few, of what his next project will be -- a "music-driven, coming-of-age story" set in the '60s. Mark Johnson ('The Chronicles of Narnia') will produce the film. David ChaseDavid Chase remains as vague about the beginning of his next project as he was about the ending of his last one.

It's been three years since 'The Sopranos' cut to black, and we haven't heard a peep from its creator, Chase, about what his next move might entail. We knew he signed a deal to write and direct a movie for Paramount, but could it be the long-rumored move to the big screen for Tony, Carmela and Pauly Walnuts?

In a word, no.

According to the Hollywood Reporter, the 'Sopranos' creator has finally revealed details, however few, of what his next project will be -- a "music-driven, coming-of-age story" set in the '60s. Mark Johnson ('The Chronicles of Narnia') will produce the film.

While that description could mean many things -- an ultra-violent, 'American Graffiti'-type ensemble piece? Maybe an Oedipal romp through Woodstock? -- we can say with certainty that however Chase chooses to end the movie, it's unlikely to involve any song written or performed by Journey, who formed in 1973.

Whether he'll cut to black again, however, remains to be seen.

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