Ben Stiller, Robert De Niro, Barbra Streisand and Dustin Hoffman are back for more dysfunctional family shenanigans in 'Little Fockers,' in theaters December 22.
"You really want to see where are these people at, why are we telling this story now, where are they at in their lives, and what can we find there," Ben tells our own Kevin Frazier.
In the hilarious follow-up to 'Meet the Parents' and 'Meet the Fockers,' 'Little Fockers' finds Greg Focker (Stiller) finally in range of father-in-law Jack's (De Niro) good graces when he's asked to become the family's next patriarch, aka "The GodFocker." As expected, anything that can possibly go wrong goes wrong with flying colors, and as Greg's twins' birthday approaches, he must prove he's got what it takes to become the man of the house. Can he maintain the circle of trust? Owen Wilson, Teri Polo, Blythe Danner, Harvey Keitel and Jessica Alba also star.
"Parenting is trial and error, I think," says Ben of his real life "Little Stillers." "I learned that you have to put the time in to get the dividends with the kids. … You want to be there as much as you can if you have the ability to."
So, are even more 'Focker' films on the way?
"I'm up for doing another few if it would actually go the distance," says De Niro. "I think they're fun and great."
"When Bob calls, you have to show up," says Stiller. "So, as many more as he wants to do, I will do."
Watch ET for more with the stars of 'Little Fockers'!