Ben Stiller, who co-starred in the 1999 comedy Mystery Men, said he’d be excited to return for a sequel. A satire on superhero movies, Mystery Men focuses on the adventures of a group of amateur superheroes.
A wannabe hero powered by Ben Stiller’s unbridled rage, Mr. The movie, in which he appeared before the audience in the role of Furious, was about a group of inept superheroes trying to save Champion City after the kidnapping of Captain Amazing (Greg Kinnear), the real superhero of the story.
In addition to Ben Stiller, the movie was directed by Kinka Usher and starring master names such as William H. Macy, Hank Azaria, Janeane Garofalo, Kel Mitchell, Paul Reubens, Tom Waits, Geoffrey Rush. The movie showed a box office performance below the expectations when it was released, but in the intervening years, it started to be known as a cult movie.
In an interview with ComicBook.com, Ben Stiller stated that he is ready to return for Mystery Men 2 and said that a sequel would be great. Stating how great it is to work with the star names in the cast of the movie, Stiller said that he did not think about this idea until a question was asked about it, but if such a movie happens, he will happily return to Mr. He said he was going to take on the role of Furious.
While Stiller’s comments are about a purely theoretical sequel, we’re in the perfect time for a sequel. Mystery Men was a movie ahead of its time in terms of subverting audiences’ expectations of the superhero genre. While productions like The Boys and Deadpool that shatter, reverse and mock the stereotypes of the superhero genre are now gaining a massive audience and critical acclaim, it’s clear that audiences are hungry for superhero stories unlike any they’ve seen before. Therefore, if a Mystery Men 2 movie is to come, we are in the best time period for it. Who knows, maybe there will be someone who wants to bring this sequel to life after this interview with Ben Stiller…