George Clooney’s Charm Claims Another Victim

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Sandra Bullock with Louis and George Clooney. (FameFlynet/Splash News)

Is there anybody out there who doesn't love George Clooney?

In the latest demonstration of his ability to mesmerize, the "Descendants" star has managed to win over Louis Bullock, the adorable 3-year-old son of Sandra Bullock.

Sandra, 49, who's raising her little guy on her own, explained that her son has grown very fond of Clooney, her co-star in next month's "Gravity."

"My son thinks he's a very cool dude," Bullock revealed at a press conference for the movie at the Toronto International Film Festival. "If there was a choice between me and George and [director] Alfonso [Curaón], my son will leave to go with George and the guys. He's a boys' boy — he has to go and talk to the men."

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And even when the 52-year-old Clooney is not around, he's apparently on the tot's mind, Bullock noted.

"He asked, 'Where's George and Rande [Gerber]?' I'm like, 'What? I don't know.' He goes, 'I need them.' We went to meet with them and they had man time," she said with a laugh. "I stood off to the side and waited for them to finish and then I was allowed to take him back."

The "Blind Side" actress knows where Louis is coming from with his love for George. She had nothing but good things to say about her latest leading man.

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"George and I have known each other for over 20 years," she dished. "We've known each other since we got out of college and we have the same group of friends. We knew each other since we had no work."

She continued, "George is a good man, and I'm really proud to have known him for this time and the human being he's become. He's a good egg."

It seems like the two would make the perfect couple — and they'd certainly get Louis's seal of approval! — if they ever decided to become romantic. But don't count on them getting together any time soon …

While promoting "Gravity" in Venice, Bullock shrugged off speculation that Clooney appeared to be glancing at her in a romantic way.

"He was not making eyes," Bullock insisted to the Associated Press. "Maybe cross eyes but that's the extent of his goggle eyes."

Do you think the pair should keep things platonic or give romance a go?

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