In the trailer, the follow-up flick was first written as "2oolander," which is brilliant -- to everyone except the male model, who reads the movie name as "two-hundred-lander." An attempt to re-write it as "Zoolander II" only resulted in the pronunciation "eye eye." As Derek explains it, he can't read Roman numbers because he's "not Italian."
We get it, Zoolander. Puns are hard.
4. It featured a Stephen Hawkings-esque voiceover for over a minute.
Okay, maybe the voiceover bit went on a little too long, but considering the definition of eugoogly, a Slurpee, a merman and "life's most ancient riddles" (like left turns, of course) were all featured, we will happily accept the outer space homage to the first Zoolander flick.
5. All leopard print, all the time.
Who needs a Canadian tuxedo when you can cover every inch of your body in animal print? Even Zoolander's tie matches his suit jacket and shirt, because of course it does.
6. 2016 is far away.
We know Feb. 12 isn't that far away, and Zoolander 2 is a pretty good Almost Valentine’s Day present, but six months still feels like it's infinity days away.