Louis is too cool for school! (Splash News)
He occasionally dresses up like Superman and Batman, is friends with George Clooney, and just last week he supported his mom, Sandra (maybe you've heard of her?), as she put her hands in cement outside of Hollywood's TCL Chinese Theatre.
To top things off, the 3-year-old also rocks a Mohawk.
"Omg! Insider's" Kevin Frazier caught up with Sandra on Tuesday night at the New York premiere of her new film, "Gravity," which is receiving high praise and already bringing about Oscar buzz for its leading lady.
After chatting about the movie, Frazier brought up Louis' Mohawk, which really got Bullock, 49, talking.
"He's had a Mohawk for a year!" Sandra exclaimed. "It's just the trimmings happen every, you know …"
When Frazier noted that he told his own 6-year-old son he couldn't get a Mohawk, and wondered if that made him a bad dad, Bullock attempted to explain the trend.
"There's a difference between a Mohawk and a fauxhawk sort of a fade," she said. "The Mohawks are a little severe looking. You can play with it. There are different widths. You can taper it off in the back. Don't get me started, I love this conversation.
"I go from a one to a two [clipper]," she continued while discussing the topic of hair length. "Sometimes I work a three for a little longer. I know what I'm talking about!"
But Bullock wasn't the only one on the red carpet who felt passionately about her son's stylish 'do.
When Frazier asked Sandra's "Gravity" co-star, George Clooney, for his thoughts on Louis' Mohawk, the 52-year-old actor commented, "I think it's a good call. I like that look a lot actually. I'm gonna go with it."
Clooney and Bullock at Tuesday's premiere (FameFlynet [inset]/Getty Images)
A Mohawk on George Clooney? Now that we'd like to see!
Fans would also like to see the on-screen duo of Bullock and Clooney get together in real life … romantically.
When Kevin inquired as to why everyone seems to think a George and Sandra coupling would be the greatest thing ever, the actress turned the conversation back to hair.
"It's because we have really good hair," she noted. "And I think hair care companies are going, 'We can sell this. We can sell this couple.' Because we both can fling the hair and work the hair. His is shorter and tighter and mine's a little more flowy. You can work the male products and the female products. I think we may do a campaign we may not. We're talking. You know. I think that's what it is. Sell. Sell."
Whatever you say, Sandra!
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