According to The Hollywood Reporter, Stiller's production company, Red Hour, has hired Clay Tarver to write a sequel to his hit 2004 comedy, Dodgeball: A True Underdog Story. The film cost a reported $20 million to make, and earned more than $114 million domestically.
Vaughn and Stiller starred in the original film as competing gym owners — Vaughn the slacker little guy, Stiller the head of a corporate chain — who tackle their rivalry via an ultra-competitive dodgeball tournament. In the sequel, THR reports that the two men will be "forced to team up to fight an even bigger threat."
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