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The first teaser for Zoolander 2

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You know what they say: you just can’t keep a ridiculously, ridiculously good looking man down.

And lo and behold, the biggest numbskull of male modelling is back, flashing us a glimpse of Blue Steel (or is that a hint of Magnum?) in the first teaser for Zoolander 2 - or 2oolander as Ben Stiller’s star struggles to get his head around.

Starting out like a big budget cosmos-swilling credits to a sci-fi film, a robotic voice not a million miles away from Stephen Hawking’s (because it is) talks us through the millions of years of evolution of the human brain, teasing fans with references to the original, before finishing with Stiller’s male model.

Due in cinemas 2016, we’re looking forward to his spring/summer collection.

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