Justin Bieber Dies! 5 Reasons ‘Zoolander 2’ Trailer Has Us Pumped Up

Sequel to 2001 Ben Stiller comedy features familiar faces and a few new ones

Last Updated: November 18, 2015 @ 10:26 AM

With the release of the “Zoolander 2” trailer on Wednesday morning, fans of the original 2001 Ben Stiller film have plenty to be excited about.

The new movie reunites Stiller and Owen Wilson as male models Derek Zoolander and Hansel. This time around, the pair travels through Europe to stop an international conspiracy to kill the most beautiful people in the world.

TheWrap breaks down the best moments from the “Zoolander 2” trailer that have us eager to see the sequel 15 years in the making.

Justin Bieber Dies

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If watching Justin Bieber die on “CSI” wasn’t enough for you, the trailer reveals that Bieber is killed for being one of the most beautiful people in the world. He still manages to snap one more selfie before kicking the bucket, however.

Benedict Cumberbatch Is Gender Fluid

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Benedict Cumberbatch will appear in the film as a hot new supermodel named simply All. No one is quite sure if All is a man or a woman, but one thing is for sure: All’s total lack of eyebrows is hilariously unnerving.

Derek Jr. Didn’t Follow in Dad’s Footsteps

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Derek Jr. (Cyrus Arnold) doesn’t look like he joined his father in the business of being really, really, ridiculously good looking. In fact, it appears as though Derek Jr. went the more academic route based on his school uniform, meaning he’s no doubt smarter than his father despite being a teenager.

Will Ferrell Is Back as Mugatu

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Will Ferrell returns as the latte-throwing fashion designer, who has spent the last 15 years in prison after trying to kill the Malaysian Prime Minister at the end of the first movie. But things are about to pop off as Mugatu breaks free to wreak more havoc on the fashion world.

Still Ridiculously Good Looking

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Despite a 15-year gap between “Zoolander 2” and the original film, Stiller and Wilson don’t look like they’ve aged a day. Maybe it has something to do with that tea they and Lapsang drank while they were free-climbing the Mayan ruins.

“Zoolander 2” opens in theaters on Feb. 12.

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