As his dad put it, Robert Ford Wilson has the melody down, but he's still working on the lyrics.
Owen Wilson stopped by The Ellen DeGeneres Show on Friday, and shared an adorable video of his son attempting to sing the alphabet. Though he seemed to call out all the letters to the tune of the song, Ford didn't quite sing his ABCs in order.
Ford is Owen's oldest son, and the actor gushed to Ellen that he is very protective of his little brother Finn. "He doesn't even call him by his name, he always calls him his baby brother," the 46-year-old Night at the Museum star said. "I think he likes the fact that he's just about 30 pounds, but that Finn is smaller."
The little guy even instructs his own dad on how to handle his baby bro. "He always sort of cautions me like, 'Don't kiss him unless you shaved dad, he doesn't like your whiskers.'"
While Owen's kids are too young to see have seen their dad's classic comedy Zoolander (they weren't even born when it came out in 2001), Ford might soon be old enough to catch the sequel.
When asked if he and Ben Stiller would be returning for a second round of incredibly good looking comedy, he disclosed, "Well I don't mean to be coy, but I know that there's a script and it looks like Ben is considering it and yeah, we'll see."
Confirming that Justin Theroux, who appeared in the the first Zoolander, had written a sequel script, Owen added, "It's sort of like, we have to do it."