Stiller's 'intimidating' role
09:30 08 February 2005
Ben Stiller has confessed he was terrified about working with Dustin Hoffman and Robert De Niro on new movie 'Meet the Fockers'.
The comedic actor admits he was incredibly nervous about linking-up with the two Hollywood legends because of their reputations.
He said: "I was intimidated by working with them to begin with, but then we got into rehearsal and we were all just actors sitting around. Hoffman and De Niro are great together because Hoffman is so touchy-feely over Bob. It's just really fun to watch."
Meanwhile, Ben has confessed he's constantly plagued by fans shouting catchphrases from his hit films at him in the street.
He told Britain's Zoo magazine: "Weird things happen when people recognise you. People come up to you and they're still shouting quotes from 'There's Something About Mary' like, 'You've got something in your hair'. I must have heard hundreds of semen jokes. It's just not funny anymore."
Stiller also claims he constantly attracts "weird" fans who are desperate to speak to him about their strange experiences.
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