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Ben Stiller talks Zoolander sequel plot points

Night at the Museum: Battle of the Smithsonian

Story by Jack Foley

BEN Stiller has been talking a little about what to expect from his long-awaited Zoolander sequel.

Speaking exclusively to The Hollywood Reporter, Stiller said that the script is now complete, having been co-written with his Tropic Thunder partner Justin Theroux.

The plot will reportedly pick up 10 years after the first film as Derek Zoolander’s ‘School For Kids Who Can’t Read Good’ has been destroyed, leaving him in charge of its pupil.

Stiller claims to have gone through a development hell similar to that he enjoyed with Tropic Thunder – even going so far as to reveal that he almost walked away from the project at one stage to allow someone else to write it without him starring in it.

But he remains incredibly proud of the sequel that has now resulted.

In the same interview, Stiller also revealed plans for a third Night at the Museum movie, wihch is in the works, although he ruled out another Fockers movie, insisting there are currently no plans for a fourth outing.

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