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Jacob Tremblay's Throwback Pic With 'Giant' Seth Rogen Is Too Cute to Handle

by Emily Krauser 2:35 PM PDT, July 02, 2016
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While we were gearing up for 4th of July celebrations in the United States, Jacob Tremblay celebrated Canada Day with a throwback of him and his "giant" pal, Seth Rogen.

The Vancouver natives took a selfie during April's We Day celebration, where the two attempted to fit into one frame for a photo. The Room star shared the flashback shot on Friday, which featured the pair wearing We Day shirts, dark-framed glasses, and sweet smiles.

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"#FBF to meeting this awesome Canadian @SethRogen!!! #matchingglasses #twinsies #HappyCanadaDay #Eh #WeDay," the 9-year-old actor wrote on Instagram and Twitter.

The Neighbors 2 star -- who stands at 5'11" -- responded two hours later, tweeting, "I look like a giant in this picture!"

Tremblay apologized with quite a bit of charm, explaining, "@Sethrogen Sorry...that is what happens when people take a picture with me."

Rogen, 34, also got patriotic, tweeting a holiday message to his 4.1 million Twitter followers. "Happy Canada Day!!! I will eat a moose to celebrate! Yay!" he wrote.

As for Tremblay, he's continuing to steal our hearts nearly every single day. During a trip to Miami earlier this week, the Star Wars fanatic shared an adorable photo from his time on the beach. "Me + #MillenniumFalcon + #Miami = #Sunburn #SoAwesome #Swimways," he captioned the Instagram.

Me + #MillenniumFalcon + #Miami = #Sunburn #SoAwesome #Swimways

A photo posted by Jacob Tremblay (@jacobtremblay) on

Can you even?

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That was after we all collectively lost our minds over his sweet Father's Day message to his super hot dad, Jason, last month.

Tremblay's dad quickly became an Internet phenomenon after accompanying his son to the 2016 Golden Globes. Find out why he told ET back in February that "it's not a bad thing to be called" in the video below.

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