NEWARK, N.J. (AP) -- "Sopranos" creator David Chase says he doesn't plan on following up the now-concluded H-B-O series with a movie, but "never say never."
Chase tells The Star-Ledger of Newark, New Jersey, that he thinks he has "kind of said it and done it" with Sunday's finale.
Chase says he'll leave it to fans to interpret the show's last scene for themselves. It featured members of the Soprano family munching onion rings in a diner as Journey's "Don't Stop Believin"' plays. As the music and tension build, the screen suddenly cuts to black.
Chase says he doesn't intend to explain, defend, or add to what's there. And he says he wasn't messing with anyone; he just wanted to entertain.
However, message boards and chat rooms have been jammed with fans who didn't like the ending.
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