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"I think it's a great ending. It's a good way to go out," said Michael Imperioli, who played Tony's nephew, until he got whacked this season.
Imperioli and fellow cast members told reporters they were pleased with the finale as they walked the red carpet at the Seminole Hard Rock Hotel and Casino on Sunday.
"We're all heartbroken. We could go on forever. Me and Edie Falco wanna die on the set," Tony Sirico said, sporting his character Paulie's trademark silver wings.
The characteristically shy James Gandolfini, who played New Jersey mob boss Tony, was silent on his thoughts about the ending. He sported a beard and sunglasses and was sweating in the muggy South Florida weather as he smiled and waved to the large crowd of fans that gathered for his send-off.
Lorraine Bracco's character, Dr. Jennifer Melfi, did not appear in the series finale. Melfi abruptly terminated Tony's therapy in last week's episode.
"She ended a strong confident woman and I loved that," Bracco said at the cast party.
Steven Van Zandt, who played Tony's consigliere Sil, said cryptically of the finale, "We're not sure it's ending."
Series creator David Chase's dangling ending seems primed for the big screen. Although there's been no serious talk of making a film, "a couple of years from now, who knows?" Van Zandt said.
Arthur Nascarella, who played Carlo on the show, also did not rule out the possibility of a future for the show.
"Wait three years and get back to me," Nascarella said.
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