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Ben Stiller, Robert Downey Jr., Tropic Thunder (1)

Ben Stiller, Robert Downey Jr., Tropic Thunder (1)

Tugg Speedman (Ben Stiller, left) and Kirk Lazarus (Robert Downey Jr., right) are shooting an epic war movie and wind up in a real battle in the action-comedy “Tropic Thunder”.
Photo credit: Merie Weismiller Wallace

Brandon T. Jackson, Ben Stiller, Robert Downey Jr., Tropic Thunder (5)

Brandon T. Jackson, Ben Stiller, Robert Downey Jr., Tropic Thunder (5)

Left to right: Alpa Chino (Brandon T. Jackson), Tugg Speedman (Ben Stiller) and Kirk Lazarus (Robert Downey Jr.) are actors shooting a war movie who get caught up in a real battle in the action-comedy “Tropic Thunder”.
Photo credit: Merie Weismiller Wallace

Danny McBride, Ben Stiller, Tropic Thunder (6)

Danny McBride, Ben Stiller, Tropic Thunder (6)

Actor Danny McBride (left) and actor/director/writer/producer Ben Stiller (right) on the set of the action-comedy “Tropic Thunder”.
Photo credit: Merie Weismiller Wallace

Ben Stiller, Robert Downey Jr., Tropic Thunder (7)

Ben Stiller, Robert Downey Jr., Tropic Thunder (7)

Tugg Speedman (Ben Stiller, left) and Kirk Lazarus (Robert Downey Jr., right) are shooting an epic war movie and wind up in a real battle in the action-comedy “Tropic Thunder”.
Photo credit: Merie Weismiller Wallace

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