Blue Steel stole the show at the Sydney premiere of Zoolander 2
The actor posed for some solo shots, striking his best “Blue Steel” pose, made famous by his character Derek Zoolander. Before long, Heidi Klum joined in on the fun, posing with her back to the actor as they both gave the signature pouty face.
Klum, 42, dazzled in a shimmery black gown with a cleavage-baring neckline and high slit up each leg, accessorizing with a dangling necklace and waves in her golden tresses.
Stiller kept it simple in a navy blue suit and matching tie over a white button down.
Of course, Stiller’s red carpet poses came naturally, as Zoolander is the hottest male model around. So hot, he recently landed the cover of Vogue.
In the magazine’s February issue, Stiller, 50, admits he’s okay with the infamous Blue Steel face sticking with him for the rest of his career.
“I’d much rather have somebody say, ‘Hey, Zoolander,’ than ‘Hey, Focker,’ he told the magazine. “It’s hard for me to not do it when somebody wants to take a picture with me. I just go into it, like a trained dog.”