By Jessica Derschowitz
Updated January 30, 2016 at 12:00 PM EST
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He might have lost his category, but Jacob Tremblay still had a winning time at the Screen Actors Guild Awards.

The 9-year-old star of Room continued his awards season charm offensive at Saturday night’s ceremony, presenting a category on stage with costar Brie Larson (who later won the award for best actress) and rubbing elbows with some of the night’s biggest stars — including, it seems, Leonardo DiCaprio.

Tremblay posted a photo of the two tuxedo-clad stars posing for a photo as they met for the first time. “This just happened!!! I finally met #leonardodicaprio #sagawards,” he captioned it.

DiCaprio won the best actor prize for The Revenant. Tremblay, meanwhile, lost the supporting actor category to Idris Elba, but could still win awards for best post-show dance moves and lightsaber fights.

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