Russell Crowe's six-year-old son is following in his father's footsteps by making his big screen debut in Les Miserables.
The Gladiator star allowed Tennyson, six, to appear in the blockbuster adaptation of the acclaimed stage show, which has eight Academy Awards nominations.
Crowe admits the youngster is too young to watch the whole film, but he let Tennyson see himself onscreen.
"I just showed Tenny the eight shots he is part of during 'When Tomorrow Comes' in Les Mis," Crowe tweeted.
"At six he is too young to watch it all, but he was chuffed."