UPDATE, 6:10 AM:The Sopranos creator David Chase will be among those addressing mourners at today’s 90-minute funeral service for James Gandolfini . Other remembrances will be provideed by family members and family friends.

PREVIOUSLY, TUESDAY PM: HBO released this statement tonight: “The Gandolfini family would like to express their thanks for the outpouring of good wishes and support over the past week. The family has requested that, in lieu of flowers, donations be made to Wounded Warrior Project, an organization which James was very passionate about and supported in countless ways.”

PREVIOUSLY, TUESDAY AM: By request of the Gandolfini family, media will not be permitted inside Cathedral Church of Saint John the Divine during Thursday’s funeral of James Gandolfini. HBO, along with Rubenstein Communications, are making arrangements for media to cover the service from outside the Cathedral. It has not yet been determined whether that means a pool camera will be allowed inside the service.

Meanwhile, Broadway theater marquees will go dark for one minute at 8 PM Wednesday in tribute to Gandolfini. The actor, who died June 19 in Rome at 51, earned a Tony nomination for Best Actor in a Play for his role in God Of Carnage, which ran from March 2009-June 2010. The show won the Tony for Best Play. “James Gandolfini was a consummate actor who brought individuality to each role and inspired a true connection with the audience,” Charlotte St. Martin, Executive Director of The Broadway League, said in a statement. “Whether on screen or on a Broadway stage, he made every role believable and seemingly effortless.” Gandolfini also had supporting roles on the Main Stem in A Streetcar Named Desire (1992) and On The Waterfront (1995).

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PREVIOUS, FRIDAY PM: James Gandolfini’s death continues to reverberate in show business circles and elsewhere. New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie said today that all flags at state buildings will fly at half-staff on Monday in honor of the native-son actor so indelibly tied to the Garden State in real life and onscreen. Elsewhere, Todd Frazier, a Jersey-born third baseman for the Cincinnati Reds, paid a unique tribute to Gandolfini last night. The Sopranos theme song played before his at-bats during the team’s home game against the Pittsburgh Pirates.

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