Like father, like son.
Colin Farrell, 46, brought his 13-year-old son, Henry, as his date for the Academy Awards tonight, and the two looked handsome in matching Dolce & Gabbana tuxedos as they walked the Oscars 2023 red carpet.
The dashing duo shared a sweet hug before posing for photographers, both wearing black velvet jackets with silk satin lapels by the Italian fashion house.
They wore bow ties, wool trousers and coordinating shiny black shoes to complete the look.
Farrell pinned an Irish flag on his lapel, a nod to his home country as well as his role in “Banshees of Inisherin.”
Earlier this month, the actor — who is a first-time Oscar nominee this year for his role as Pádraic Súilleabháin in the movie — teased his outfit for the awards show, telling Vanity Fair he was bringing Henry along for the night.
“We’re both wearing velvet tuxes,” he told the magazine.
Along with his tux excitement, the actor said he was looking forward to getting together with his co-stars from the film.
“That’ll be a laugh, and it’ll be the last push across the line,” he shared. “We’ll just celebrate the day and enjoy it, and take any kind of thoughts of winning and all that stuff off the table.”
Along with his Oscar-nominated role in “Banshees,” the star will appear in the upcoming “Batman” flick — and Farrell appeared unrecognizable as he jumped back into his role as The Penguin in the upcoming HBO Max series of the same name.
The “Thirteen Lives” star has certainly had a busy awards season, and at the end of the day, he said he’s just soaking it all in — thanks to Henry’s help.
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Farrell told Vanity Fair that his son encouraged him to “enjoy it for God’s sake. Just enjoy it.”
Adding that he was going to “lean into that wisdom,” the Irish actor said, “It is my first time doing all this, and I’ve been working as an actor for 25 years, so I’m just trying to enjoy it all.”