Wednesday, 18 November 2015

Oh Lordy! The sequel to "Zoolander" is on the way - Orange Mocha Frappuccinos all round!

First some reminders of the 2001 original (can it really be 14 years?) - like the classic male models "gas fight" sequence:

And, of course, the disastrously undersized "Derek Zoolander School for Kids Who Can't Read Good And Who Wanna Learn to Do Other Stuff Too":

There's the "bulimic" interchange:

And, naturally, the heart-rending "You're dead to me" confrontation between Derek and his father:

It's highly unlikely that comic lightning would strike twice - but if Zoolander 2 is one-tenth as funny as the glorious original, it'll be worth watching (just let's hope it isn't lamé):


  1. The producer of Casablanca, Hal Wallis, shrugged off this early artistic setback and went on to produce a string of cinematic triumphs such as GI Blues , Blue Hawaii , Fun in Acapulco etc.

    According to one Presley biographer, "Colonel" Tom Parker complained about the taciturn nature of Wallis : "This guy says less than Harpo Marx."

  2. Wrong turn taken. Apologies.