I mean whatever you can tell me (laughs) Robert Iler: Yeah, that's the tough part about this show, that you can't really talk about anything.People always ask me how it's going to be and what's gonna happen.Robert Iler is now a seasoned young artist who is excited about the future and very passionate about his craft.At twenty-two, he credits James Gandolfini, Edie Falco and David Chase with instilling in him, a strong work ethic, and a desire to "make everyone proud." He speaks warmly of his hometown of New York City, and the joys of living near family and old childhood friends.
Robert Iler: Some people are done and some people are still filming. Then the next day we start filming, and it goes anywhere from two weeks, to even as long as a month.Overall, The Sopranos returns in better form this year than it did at the start of its second season.New territory is explored and Chase seems more willing to push the Soprano story forward. It's their moral ambiguity that most grounds them in reality and makes them so fascinating that missing even one episode is unthinkable.And despite his numerous mistakes as a husband, Tony genuinely tried to be a good father to both his daughter Meadow (Jamie Lynn Sigler) and son A. (Robert Iler), even if it didn’t always come off that way.Series three of The Sopranos begins with the 'disappearance' of Richie Aprile and the return of Ralph Cifaretto.
I always have the feeling that it's gonna be great.