Chris Jordan, Asbury Park Press Published 2:17 p.m. ET Oct. 30, 2019 | Updated 2:42 p.m. ET Oct. 30, 2019

Bruce Springsteen talks his love of Western movies during a recent interview with the USA Today Network about his new film “Western Stars.” Tanya Breen, @tanyabreenphoto

What happens at the end of Bruce Springsteen’s “Western Stars” movie?

The Boss “revealed” the ending during an interview that aired Wednesday, Oct. 30 on SiriusXM’s E Street Radio with Dave Marsh and Jim Rotolo.

“You bring your gal, you bring your wife,” Springsteen said. “You’re sitting together at the beginning of the picture. The end of the picture, you’re holding hands.”

“Western Stars” is a performance film of Springsteen with a band and orchestra playing songs from his latest album, “Western Stars,” with filmed spoken interludes by Springsteen. The interludes reflect largely on the love of wife Patti Scialfa.

The film was co-directed by Springsteen and Thom Zimny. It’s in movie theaters now.

Don’t rule out seeing the Boss live with an orchestra in the future.

Bruce Springsteen previews “Western Stars”

“It’d be fun to do some shows with a big orchestra at some point,” said Springsteen to E Street Radio. “Bands do it all the time.”

It’s on a list of things to do, which includes filming the E Street Band.

“There’s just so many things to do,” said Springsteen to E Street Radio. “I got projects well into the future of things I’m interested in. I’m sure we’re going to film the band in the future.”

More immediately, it’s new music with the E Street Band.

“I have some music, which I hope is good,” said Springsteen to the USA Today Network New Jersey. “But I don’t know ’til I hear it back (laughs). So I got to get the band together in the studio, which hopefully we’ll do before the year is out, and you start to make some music and we see what we have. When when we have something we look for places to play that music, and that’s how an E Street Band tour is put together.”

Chris Jordan, a Jersey Shore native, covers entertainment and features for the USA Today Network New Jersey. His multiple awards include recognition for stories on Bruce Springsteen and Snooki.  Contact him at @chrisfhjordan; cjordan@app.com. Stay with app.com or consider a subscription today.