An Evening At Tony’s will give them the chance for guests to get a look inside 14 Aspen Drive on 29 May, have poolside drinks and meet and greet the cast.
People will be able to take photos from legendary scenes and sit in Tony’s white Escalade. The mafia don was played by James Gandolfini, who died in Rome in 2013 from heart complications.
Tickets can be purchased at VirtualCons website for $996 (£725)
Last year, the cast got together for an online reunion to raise money for charity. Those involved included Edie Falco, Jamie-Lynn Sigler, Robert Iler, Michael Imperioli, Drea de Matteo, Steven Van Zandt, Maureen Van Zandt, Steve Buscemi, Lorraine Bracco, Vincent Pastore, Tim Van Patten and Steve Schirripa.
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This virtual meet up comes before the release of The Many Saints of Newark, which will feature Michael Gandolfini playing a younger version of his father, the prequel to the show, which was co-written by David Chase, the creator of The Sopranos.
Drea de Matteo, the actress behind Adriana, told NME about her struggles with the show ending.
“I felt down - it was very scary. I played a New Yorker with a very heavy accent and that’s the kiss of death for someone who wants to do other things. I jumped right into (Friends spin-off) Joey - which I didn’t think was a smart move but everybody pushed me into it - where I’m playing Adriana but as a cartoon. The reason people love Adriana was because she wasn’t a caricature, she was real.”
Similarly, it took Lorraine Bracco a lot of convincing to play therapist Jennifer Melfi in The Sopranos because of her role in the classic mob movie Goodfellas.