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The Huge Comedy Flop That Had Ben Stiller Freaking Out

Ben Stiller went on to tell David Duchovny that he took some time to seriously think about what he would do after “Zoolander 2,” and as it turns out, taking that time was a blessing in disguise. “The wonderful thing that came out of that for me was just having space where, if that had been a hit, and they said ‘Make Zoolander 3 right now,’ or offered some other movie, I would have just probably jumped in and done that,” Stiller admitted. 

“But I had this space to kind of sit with myself and have to deal with it and other projects that I had been working on — not comedies, some of them — I have the time to actually just work on and develop,” Stiller continued, saying that even if he’d been encouraged to do another comedy film, he could have “figured something out” but didn’t want to go that route. Ultimately, this served both Stiller and his audiences — because he went on to help create some incredible TV shows and films as an actor, a producer, and a director, none of which, thankfully, are “Zoolander 3.”

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