Justin Long has confirmed that Vince Vaughn is trying to get the team back together for a 'Dodgeball' sequel.

However, according to the 'Barbarian' star, one big stumbling block remains: convincing Ben Stiller it's a good idea.

"Of course I would love to do it and I hope that it ends up happening, but I think Ben is a little…what he told me on that podcast was that he’s a little trepidatious about doing a sequel to something so beloved, something that people enjoy so much that,” Long told ComicBook.com.

It's no surprise that Stiller is overly-cautious about a sequel to one of his most celebrated movies. In 2016, he starred in a follow-up to 'Zoolander' which tanked upon its release.

“It’s very risky," continued Long. "You don’t wanna shit on the original, you want something just as good. So I think he’s a little wary of that, of trying to recreate something that was very specific to that time, but I hope he comes around on it."

However, Vaughn seems to be dead-set on making a 'Dodgeball' follow-up happen. And, to be honest, we really hope something comes of it.

"Vince is a very convincing person, so I’m just hoping Vince can convince him with his idea. It’s a funny idea, I don’t wanna say what it is. I know Ben loves ‘Dodgeball’ and loves that character. I remember how much fun he had playing it. He was always laughing."

'Dodgeball: A True Underdog Story' released in 2004, grossing $168.4 million on a $20 million budget. The comedy starred Long, Vaughn and Stiller alongside an ensemble cast including Christine Taylor, Rip Thorn, Stephen Root and Jason Bateman. The film also featured multiple cameos from the likes of Lance Armstrong, William Shatner and David Hasselhoff.

Stiller has since branched out into directing with his latest project, Apple TV+ series 'Severance', receiving critical acclaim.