Stephen Colbert had some trouble following Ben Stiller's new film, The Secret Life of Walter Mitty. It's about a withdrawn guy named Walter Mitty (played by Stiller) who lives a vivid life in his imagination. But then he starts doing things in the real world, too. So is the movie saying it's good to have an imagination or good to just do things in real life? This question may seem pretty pointless, but Colbert really, really wanted to get an answer from Ben Stiller, who directed the film. The other question Colbert needed an answer for: why is the movie opening on Christmas Day, a day meant for family? "That's ballsy, my man," Colbert told Stiller during their chat.
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