Sopranos creator David Chase has lined up his second feature film project with Paramount Pictures. The movie is called Little Black Dress. Chase wrote the script, and the studio wants to put it on the fast track to production for him to direct.
According to Deadline, it's a "character-driven film about a twentysomething female war veteran who comes back from Afghanistan grappling with a disability. While working a potentially lethal investigation at a post-war job, she gets involved with a superstitious NYPD detective who helps bring her back from a personal precipice."
The first film Chase made was called Not Fade Away. It was a small, personal film about a ’60s wannabe rock band. Chase is a very talented writer, and this new film of his sounds like it will be a good one.