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[[tmz:video id="0_wq80jue5"]] White Goodman is Back -- and he wants slam his dodgeballs right into Justin Bieber's pretty little unblemished grill!!! Yes, Ben Stiller's legendary "Dodgeball" villain is calling out some of the most famous people on the planet -- including LeBron, The Rock and Katy Perry -- to square off in the ultimate Dodgeball game. In fact, Ben reunited just about every member of the original cast (including his estranged wife, Christine Taylor) to »
- TMZ Staff
Ben Stiller reprised his Dodgeball character White Goodman to challenge Justin Bieber, Dwayne Johnson and LeBron James to join his upcoming charity game. Watch the videos below! The actor has teamed up with the charity organization, Omaze, to offer fans the chance to play dodgeball alongside him and the other members of Globo Gym’s Purple […] »
- Andrew Shuster
Here’s something I didn’t see coming: Scream star Neve Campbell has signed on to star in Skyscraper, the new Dwayne Johnson-led action film from Dodgeball and Central Intelligence director Rawson Marshall Thurber. Plus, there’s a new synopsis that fills in a bit more of the movie’s plot, which involves Johnson’s character’s quest to rescue his family from a burning building. […]
- Ben Pearson
It’s a little hard to believe that it’s been 13 years since Dodgeball: A True Underdog Story hit theaters. The goofy comedy had Vince Vaughn attempting to raise $50,000 to pay the mortgage for his gym, all while a blowhard gym owner played by Ben Stiller is trying to take it over in order to […]
- Ethan Anderton
In 2004, the movie Dodgeball instructed viewers how to dodge a wrench and dodge a ball, introduced them to ESPN8 (The Ocho), and delivered “A True Underdog Story.” 13 years later (where does the time go?) the cast of that comedy has reunited to raise funding for a good cause. Ben Stiller, Vince Vaughn, and the rest of the Dodgeball principals have joined forces with Omaze for a charity drive that will deliver a boost to the Stiller Foundation.
As with other Omaze drives, backers can donate to the Dodgeball campaign in exchange for digital raffle tickets that represent chances to win incredible rewards. In this case, the grand prize is a trip to the gym, where a select group of winners will meet the Dodgeball actors and join them for a game between Average Joe’s and the formidable Globo Gym Purple Cobras. All money raised through the Omaze initiative will head to the Stiller Foundation, »
- Sam Gutelle
Author: Scott Davis
Ever fancied playing a game of Dodgeball with Globo Gym and Average Joe’s Gym? Well, now you can thanks to the amazing guys over at Omaze who have reunited the cast of the hit comedy for a one-off event that could see you join them all for the toughest game in sport!
Ben Stiller (White Goodman), Vince Vaughn (Peter La Fleur), Christine Taylor (Kate Veatch), Justin Long (Justin), Missi Pyle (Fran) and more have been brought back together for the event, for which a hilarious reunion video has been produced which you can view below.
Released 13 years ago this month, Dodgeball: A True Underdog Story was written and directed by Rawson Marshall Thurber (Central Intelligence) and grossed over $167million worldwide, and was one of the top 20 highest-grossing movies of 2004 in the Us. Its legacy has continued through the years and a sequel has been long mooted »
- Scott Davis
Here are a bunch of little bites to satisfy your hunger for movie culture: Charity Campaign of the Day: Ben Stiller, Vince Vaughn, Justin Long, Christine Taylor and others reunite for a Dodgeball follow-up for a good cause in this funny video for Omaze: Movie Comparison of the Day: Everyone knows how Cars is like a remake of Doc Hollywood, but Couch Tomato shows it's also the same movie as Talladega Nights: The Ballad of Ricky Bobby: Franchise Recap of the Day: It's been a while since the Harry Potter movies were released and you might be hazy about what happens in them, so here's a rapped recap of the whole series: Cosplay of the Day: Among the movies represented...
- Christopher Campbell
The friendly exes, who announced their breakup in May after 17 years of marriage, aren’t letting the separation get in the way of a good cause. Stiller and Taylor reignited some of their fiery dialogue from 2004’s Dodgeball: An Underdog Story for a new charity reunion video sponsored by Omaze.
The short video sees Stiller back in character as megalomaniac gym manager White Goodman, while Taylor reprises her role as Kate Veatch, a lawyer who is constantly fighting off Goodman’s unwanted advances. »
- Mike Miller
Chalk another one up for Omaze for doing a fantastic job at getting celebrities to do ridiculous (but awesome) stuff for a great cause. In their latest video the organization rounded up the two rival teams from cult classic movie Dodgeball to compete once more. For those that haven’t actually seen Dodgeball: A True Underdog Story, it tells the story of the scrappy dodgeball team at Average Joe’s gym, led by Peter La Fleur (Vince Vaughn), going against Ben Stiller’s White Goodman and the formidable Purple Cobras from his Globo Gym. The film features everyone from Rip Torn to Missi
Rival Teams from the Movie “Dodgeball” Reunite for Charity Video »
- Nat Berman
"It's on Af" when Ben Stiller and Vince Vaughn reunite as their Dodgeball characters in this hilarious video. The actors are teaming up with former castmates Christine Taylor and Justin Long for a dodgeball game. Fans can enter online for the chance to join the Purple Cobras team or the Average Joe's, and funds raised from the campaign will go to charity. As White Goodman put it, "One of you lucky losers and probably your only friend can come test your dodgeball mettle against the best baller in the biz." Important question, though: can you dodge a wrench? »
- Laura Marie Meyers
It's not everyday that you get the opportunity to compete with some of the greatest athletes of our age, but thanks to Omaze, some of you may very well get the chance to do just that. In celebration of the thirteenth anniversary of Dodgeball: A True Underdog Story, Ben Stiller, Vince Vaughn, Justin Long and Christine Taylor, plus a few other cast-members, are inviting you to join them on... Read More »
- Kevin Fraser
David Crow Jun 15, 2017
It is hard to believe that it’s been 13 years since Dodgeball: A True Underdog Story grabbed life by the ball. But now your favourite sports movie cliché characters are back, including Ben Stiller as the gloriously stupid White Goodman. And they’re doing it for a good cause!
In the new video, Ben Stiller, Vince Vaughn, Christine Taylor, Justin Long, and more return to the spandex and outspoken intensity that comes with staring each other down and evading the stray wrench. Back in shape and ready to go, Stiller’s White offers audiences the chance to play dodgeball with a real winner like his Globo Gym team. Or you can be a loser and join Average Joe, with Vaughn, Stiller, and the rest.
You can watch the video to enjoy all the comedic tête-à-tête banter. »
The greatest sports drama in history was told in 2004's Dodgeball: A True Underdog Story. Now, the heroes of that dramatic retelling--the Purple Cobras of Globo Gym--are stepping up to a challenge by the upstarts from Average Joe's Gymnasium for an all-out, no-holds-barred, winner-donates-all-to-charity game of dodgeball. And because it's an Omaze campaign, generous donors have a chance at winning a spot on the roster! Ben Stiller, Vince Vaughn, Justin Long and Christine Taylor star in this new campaign video announcing the event. Here's what Omaze is … »
- Dave Trumbore
Dodgeball: A True Underdog Story has become a sports cult film of sorts—one of the best of the Frat Pack movies—telling the story of the scrappy dodgeball team at Average Joe’s gym, led by Peter La Fleur (Vince Vaughn), going against Ben Stiller’s White Goodman and the formidable Purple Cobras from his Globo Gym. The film features everyone from Rip Torn to Missi Pyle to Stephen Root in noteworthy roles, as well as sayings like, “If you can dodge a wrench, you can dodge a ball,” fitness-obsessed White’s ineffective insults, and unhinged color commentary by Jason Bateman’s Pepper Brooks—all contributing to the 2004 movie’s considerable decade-plus legacy.
Now those memorable championship teams are facing off again, this time for charity. A new video by Dodgeball auteur Rawson Marshall Thurber shows Stiller as White Goodman offering viewers the chance to play on the ...
- Gwen Ihnat
Dodge, duck, dip, dive, and dodge! Omaze does some great things for the world and raises million of dollars a year for charity. But, in the process, they also do some great thing for fandom. For their latest campaign, they've managed to reunite the cast of Dodgeball: A True Underdog Story after 13 years and, they are giving you the chance to play a game of dodgeball with them in New York City.
Ben Stiller is back as White Goodman, head of Globo Gym, in this latest Omaze campaign, which comes complete with a fantastic reunion video. It looks like White Goodman has once again found himself in peak physical shape, after losing to Average Joes at the end of Dodgeball: A True Underdog Story and turning into a fat blob. "F****** Chuck Norris." Ben Still spoke a bit with Entertainment Weekly about what it was like stepping back into the role after so long. »
"Hello, losers. Miss me?" After 13 years, White Goodman is back—and recruiting you. In honor of Omaze's latest charity campaign, Ben Stiller's signature Dodgeball character and the Globo Gym Purple Cobras are preparing to face off against the Average Joes, led by Peter Lafleur (Vince Vaughn). "Sorry to interrupt your Internet life, but for the last 13 years while I 've been living a sugar-free, protein-forward lifestyle, I've watched as all of you have gotten fatter and dumber with your hashtags and your BAEs and your Kanyes," Stiller said in character. "Everyone is so PC now. Even good old-fashioned bullying is out. Well, White Goodman has decided to »
Why watch a “Dodgeball” sequel when you can be the “Dodgeball” sequel? The posse over at Omaze are launching an exciting new charity campaign that reunites characters of the fan-favourite comedy flick “Dodgeball: A True Underdog Story”. Related: Ben Stiller And Christine Taylor Split After 17 Years Ben Stiller, 51, reprises his role as the macho […] »
- Shakiel Mahjouri
Over the years, there have been dozens of sports movies pitting the lovable underdogs against the seemingly unbeatable elites — it’s a classic American story. But none were perhaps as big of a surprise hit as 2004’s Dodgeball: A True Underdog Story. Directed by Rawson Marshall Thurber, the film starred Vince Vaughn and Ben Stiller as, respectively, the underdog owner of failing gym Average Joe’s and the elite fitness guru trying to push the facility out of business. Backed by a wide and deep cast that also featured Justin Long as a male cheerleader, Alan Tudyk as a 24-7 pirate cosplayer, »
- Christian Holub
Warner Bros. is gearing up for a “Cannonball Run” reboot, with “Dodgeball” director Rawson Thurber and “Reno 911” creators Thomas Lennon and Robert Ben Garant in talks to direct and write, reports Deadline.
The project will relaunch the franchise begun by Hal Needham’s “The Cannonball Run” in 1981, a slapdash comedy starred Frank Sinatra, Burt Reynolds, Jackie Chan, Roger Moore, Dom DeLuise, Farrah Fawcett, and many other stars of the time. The Fox release was universally panned by critics, but was one of the highest-grossing movies of the year. Warner Bros. followed that up in 1984 with “Cannonball Run II,” and Orion released a third film, “Speed Zone,” in 1989. The franchise centers around a cross-country car race, inspired by a real race that took place throughout the 1970’s.
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- Jude Dry
Simon Brew Jun 13, 2017
We’ve seen three different Cannonball Run movies to date, although only the first two gained prominence. Furthermore, in the early 2000s there was Rat Race, something of a homage to the films (which in itself owe a debt to It's A Mad Mad Mad Mad World). But now, Hollywood is gearing up for a full on reboot.
If you’ve never had the pleasure – and they’re a lot of pleasure – The Cannonball Run films involved lots of famous people in a barnstorming cross country car race, in a not very Fast & Furious way.
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