Ben Stiller appeared on "Late Night with Conan O'Brien" on Thursday to promote a movie, but it wasn't a movie that he had coming out. He was on the show to promote James Cameron's "Avatar," which hits theaters on December 18th.
Stiller hyped up the new film, but admitted that he had nothing to do with it and actually has yet to even see it. As any good guest, Stiller also brought a clip from "Avatar," which was not a video of the comedian somehow spoofing the movie. It was a real clip. (Watch Stiller's appearance below).
While it's funny to see an A-list star do things that don't seem logical, I have a feeling that this is a bit more than Stiller being funny.
Back in February, he announced that he will be leaving DreamWorks and taking his Red Hour production company to 20th Century Fox, the studio behind "Avatar." Is it possible that Fox has actually asked him to promote their big-budget film on the "Tonight Show"?
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