Michael Gandolfini obviously resembles his late father, James Gandolfini, but let's not get carried away. Michael has his own (smaller) nose, doesn't have his father's toothy smile and he speaks in an amiable, mild-mannered way that doesn't seem to suggest great volcanic currents within. Most significantly, he doesn't have his dad's deep-register voice. And he's 22 now, so his voice isn't likely to change. I haven't yet seen The Many Saints of Newark (Warner Bros./HBO Max, 10.1) so let's hold off on further observations. Any way you slice it Michael has his own life to live.