Almost a year after filming "Nicky Deuce" together in Montreal over 19 days in 2012, several cast members were able to reunite and see the completed movie for the first time - on the big screen! - before its broadcast premiere on Monday, May 27.
In New York, Steve Schirripa (Uncle Frankie) joined his fellow Sopranos alumni Tony Sirico (Charlie Cement) and Vincent Curatola (Paulie) at the Tribeca Grill on May 14. Cast members Guido Grasso (Sal) and Jasson Finney (Sonny) were also in attendance.
In Hollywood this week, Arclight Cinemas rolled out the red carpet for stars Noah Munck (Nicky), Cristine Prosperi (Donna), Cassius Crieghtney (Tommy), and Schirripa. They were joined by James Gandolfini (Bobby Eggs) and Michael Imperioli (The Doctor), as well as Nicky Deuce director Jon Rosenbaum. Carlo Mestroni (Mr. Borelli), Andrea Frankle (Mrs. Borelli), Kwasi Songui (Jimmy the Iceman), and Guido Grasso (Sal) rounded out the cast in attendance.
Several stars of Nickelodeon shows past and present came out to support Munck in his first starring role, including his former iCarly castmate Nathan Kress, and Marvin Marvin stars Victory Van Tuyl, Lucas Cruikshank, Jacob Bertrand, and Jack Griffo, who also joined his See Dad Run castmates Jackson Brundage and Ryan Newman.
Supporting Schirripa were his costars from ABC Family's The Secret Life of the American Teenager, Ken Baumann (who portrayed his son on the show) and Camille Winbush.
For photos from both events, click here.