Ben Stiller to receive
museum honor


It seems like only yesterday that Ben Stiller made his mark on-screen with classic comedies like Zoolander and Meet the Parents, but the actor/writer/director/producer has been in the game for a long time and the Museum of the Moving Image is set to honor his career at their 24th annual black-tie tribute. Scheduled for November 12 at Cipriani in New York City, Ben's co-stars are set to present clips from his films and honor their colleague. "Ben Stiller is one of the great talents of American entertainment: a memorable actor, an accomplished director and writer, an Emmy Award winner and an innovative producer," MOMI's director Rochelle Slovin said. Last year, Tom Cruise (who's currently starring with Ben in Tropic Thunder) was honored.