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Watch: Ben Stiller and Vince Vaughn Reprise Their 'Dodgeball' Roles for Charity

It turns out we haven't seen the last of White Goodman and Peter La Fleur.

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There have been countless sports parody films over the years, but only a few stand out—Dodgeball: A True Underdog Story is one of them.

The 2004 film starred Ben Stiller and Vince Vaughn in one of the most absurd comedies ever, with such highlights as ESPN 8 (The Ocho!) and the best Chuck Norris cameo of all time.

Now, Stiller and Vaughn are back, reprising their roles of arrogant Globo-Gym owner White Goodman (PURPLE COBRAS!) and humble everyman Peter LeFleur, respectively.

But this is no sequel.

Instead, Stiller and Vaughn have teamed up for an Omaze charity campaign. One lucky winner gets to choose whether to play alongside the Globo-Gym Purple Cobras (Me'Shell and Blazer are back) or LeFleur's Average Joes (we see you, Justin Long) in one high-stakes rematch. Plus, you'll get to have pizza with Ben Stiller after the game. Money from the Omaze campaign goes towards Ben Stiller's charity, the Stiller Foundation, which is focused on improving education for impoverished children.

It's up to you to decide which side you're on, but we're not quite sure we'd be able to deal with Goodman's ego. (No sign of Steve the Pirate, though.)

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