Nine-year-old Jacob Tremblay owned the Oscars the moment he stepped on the red carpet Sunday night. Even before, actually.
The Vancouver-born star of "Room" attended his first Oscars ceremony night clad in an Armani suit, and he stole the pre-show with his social media posts and winning interview soundbites.
Here he was, on his way to the awards with his striking parents driving/in tow:
He deployed his razor-sharp wit in an interview with Ryan Seacrest:
Highlights from the interview:
Asked about his perspective on the Oscars: "I can see lots of legs."
Asked about this photo with "Creed" star Sylvester Stallone: " I punched him in the face because he took my spot in the Best Supporting Male."
He also couldn't help himself when R2-D2, C-3PO and BB-8 showed up on stage.
And all of that was before he told Chris Rock, "I loved you in 'Madagascar.'"
"Thanks, Chris! Loved you in Madagascar" -- Jacob Tremblay, cutest presenter ever pic.twitter.com/rD5UihhJDc— BuzzFeed (@BuzzFeed) February 29, 2016
Tremblay was a presenter at the Oscars, but he wasn't nominated for his notable performance in "Room," as the son of a woman (Brie Larson) who is kidnapped and confined for years.
Nevertheless, Tremblay rooted on co-star Brie Larson when she won Best Actress and "Room" helmer Lenny Abrahamson for Best Director.
But who are we kidding, this kid's got us all in his pocket.
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