Rose Byrne and Bobby Cannavale at the red carpet premiere of The Many Saints of Newark in NYC

Sopranos fans will get a closer look at the rise of their favorite mob boss in the highly anticipated prequel film The Many Saints of Newark, which hits theaters October 1.

And the stars flocked to the crime drama premiere at the Beacon Theater in New York City on Wednesday night.

Rose Byrne went full fashionista in a striking black halter dress and chunky gold jewelry as she walked the red carpet hand-in-hand with boyfriend Bobby Cannavale.

Big night: Rose Byrne and her beau Bobby Cannavale lead stars at the premiere of The Many Saints of Newark in New York City on Wednesday night

Big night: Rose Byrne and her beau Bobby Cannavale lead stars at the premiere of The Many Saints of Newark in New York City on Wednesday night

The 42-year-old actress’s wrap-around dress had a notch at the neck and ruffles from the waist down.

Her lighter dark brown locks were styled in an updo, with her bangs left out to frame her face.

Byrne’s wrists were wrapped in dueling wrist cuffs, with a pair of hoops hanging from her ears.

The bridesmaid’s star gave her red carpet-ready look a pop of color by tossing her belongings into a multicolored bag.

Fashionista: Rose went full fashionista in a striking black halter dress and chunky gold jewelry as she walked the red carpet hand-in-hand with Bobby

Fashionista: Rose went full fashionista in a striking black halter dress and chunky gold jewelry as she walked the red carpet hand-in-hand with Bobby

Fashionista: Rose went full fashionista in a striking black halter dress and chunky gold jewelry as she walked the red carpet hand-in-hand with Bobby

Monochrome: Cannavale and Byrne have been romantically linked since 2017

Monochrome: Cannavale and Byrne have been romantically linked since 2017

Cannavale, who has been romantically linked to Byrne since 2017, looked sharp in an all-black outfit consisting of an impeccably tailored suit jacket, shirt and trousers.

Sopranos veteran Edie Falco emphasized her impressively fit figure in faux leather pants and a black button-up blouse with pale pink stripes.

The 58-year-old actress, who played Tony Sopranos’ famous wife Carmela on the HBO series, sported her signature blonde locks in voluminous waves and rocked a minimal makeup look.

Director Alan Taylor recently revealed that although Edie filmed a scene for The Many Saints Of Newark, it was not included in the final cut of the film.

Ms. Soprano: Sopranos veteran Edie Falco emphasized her impressively fit figure in faux leather pants and a black button-up blouse with pale pink stripes

Ms. Soprano: Sopranos veteran Edie Falco emphasized her impressively fit figure in faux leather pants and a black button-up blouse with pale pink stripes

Killin' it: The 58-year-old actress, who played Tony Sopranos' famous wife Carmela on the HBO series, wore her signature blonde locks in voluminous waves and rocked a minimal makeup look

Killin’ it: The 58-year-old actress, who played Tony Sopranos’ famous wife Carmela on the HBO series, wore her signature blonde locks in voluminous waves and rocked a minimal makeup look

Big shoes to fill: James Gandolfini's son Michael, who will play teenage Tony Soprano in the upcoming feature film, walks the red carpet in a stylish beige suit jacket and matching trousers

Big shoes to fill: James Gandolfini’s son Michael, who will play teenage Tony Soprano in the upcoming feature film, walks the red carpet in a stylish beige suit jacket and matching trousers

Love Eyes: Michael braved the step-and-repeat of the premiere with a beautiful blonde by his side.  The couple hugged each other for several shots

Love Eyes: Michael braved the step-and-repeat of the premiere with a beautiful blonde by his side. The couple hugged each other for several shots

Ladies man: After Michael put on a beloved display with his plus one (left), he posed for snapshots with costar Alexandra Intrator (right), who plays Tony's younger sister Janice in the film

Ladies man: After Michael put on a beloved display with his plus one (left), he posed for snapshots with costar Alexandra Intrator (right), who plays Tony's younger sister Janice in the film

Ladies man: After Michael put on a much-loved display with his plus one (left), he posed for snapshots with costar Alexandra Intrator (right), who plays Tony’s younger sister Janice in the film

“We had Edie come in and she dressed up as Carmela and we shot something with her and it didn’t end in the last movie, but it was a great excuse to see her again,” he told NME.

James Gandolfini’s son Michael, who will play teenage Tony Soprano in the upcoming feature film, walks the red carpet in a stylish beige suit jacket and matching trousers.

The 22-year-old was also wearing a blue and white striped shirt and a pair of black leather shoes.

Michael braved the step-and-repeat of the premiere with a beautiful blonde by his side. The pair huddled together for several shots.

Big names: Michael poses for photos with The Walking Dead costars Vera Farmiga and Jon Bernthal

Big names: Michael poses for photos with The Walking Dead costars Vera Farmiga and Jon Bernthal

Stunning: Vera Farmiga took the plunge in a gorgeous floor-length fuchsia dress, which she finished with a single pearl necklace

Stunning: Vera Farmiga took the plunge in a gorgeous floor-length fuchsia dress, which she finished with a single pearl necklace

Stunning: Vera Farmiga took the plunge in a gorgeous floor-length fuchsia dress, which she finished with a single pearl necklace

Joy: The trio could hardly contain their joy as they gathered on the red carpet

Joy: The trio could hardly contain their joy as they gathered on the red carpet

Loved up: Vera was joined by her handsome husband Renn Hawkey, with whom she shared kisses on the red carpet

Loved up: Vera was joined by her handsome husband Renn Hawkey, with whom she shared kisses on the red carpet

Loved up: Vera was joined by her handsome husband Renn Hawkey, with whom she shared kisses on the red carpet

In the end, the actor made sure to mingle with some of his co-stars, including The Conjuring’s Vera Farmiga and The Walking Dead’s Jon Bernthal.

Farmiga took the plunge in a gorgeous floor-length fuchsia dress, which she finished with a single string of pearls.

The 48-year-old actress, who will play a younger version of Tony Sopranos’ mother Livia, wore her jaw-length dark brown hair curled slightly and drew attention to her plump pout with a soft application of lipstick.

Vera was joined by her handsome husband Renn Hawkey, with whom she shared kisses on the red carpet.

Iconl: Hollywood heavyweight Robert De Niro was also in attendance with his production partner Jane Rosenthal

Iconl: Hollywood heavyweight Robert De Niro was also in attendance with his production partner Jane Rosenthal

Date night: Ray Liotta walked the red carpet with fiancé Jacy Nittolo

Date night: Ray Liotta walked the red carpet with fiancé Jacy Nittolo

Date night: Ray Liotta walked the red carpet with fiancé Jacy Nittolo

She married the 47-year-old musician in 2008 and they are parents to two daughters, 12-year-old Fynn and 10-year-old Gytta.

Jon Bernthal looked suave in a fitted suit and bright white button-up shirt as he posed for the backdrop of The Many Saints Of Newark.

Hollywood heavyweight Robert De Niro was also in attendance with his production partner Jane Rosenthal.

The Many Saints of Newark returns to David Chase’s Sopranos universe, which came to an end in 2007 after six successful seasons on HBO.

The series, with a whopping 21 Emmy wins, is credited with kickstarting the “golden age of television,” which encouraged the use of complex storytelling and character development on the small screen.

The Sopranos also turned the late James Gandolfini (who played Tony Soprano) and actress Edie Falco (who played Tony’s wife Carmela) into household names.

Gandolfini died tragically at the age of 51 after suffering a heart attack in June 2013.

His now 22-year-old son Michael steps into his shoes to play teenage Tony Soprano in the soon-to-be-released The Many Saints of Newark, which takes a look at the mob boss’ early years.

Contrary to the description, critics have since indicated that The Many Saints of Newark works as a strong standalone movie, but perhaps falls short on nostalgia.

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