You can’t always get what you want, but if you tune into HBO's upcoming 1970s rock 'n' roll series, you can get a Mick Jagger look-a-like!
The Rolling Stones frontman is executive producing the show, which stars the eldest of his three sons, 29-year-old James, a series regular and a spitting image of his rock star dad.
He's certainly got the Jagger looks, from Mick's signature sneer to his lean physique and skinny legs. James was spotted filming scenes for the as-yet-untitled show in the East Village on Wednesday, with guitar in hand, and the resemblance to his dad is uncanny.
Martin Scorsese directed the pilot of the show, which is set in 1970s-era New York City and will co-star Bobby Canavale, Ray Romano, and Olivia Wilde. James plays Kip Stevens, the lead singer of an early punk rock band called the Nasty Bits.
Seems like the apple doesn’t fall too far from the tree!