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Ben Stiller talks about his new film ‘Brad’s Status’ and being cancer-free

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In the new comedy-drama film “Brad’s Status,” Ben Stiller plays a man facing a mid-life crisis, jealous of his friends on social media, and he tells TODAY that he sometimes feels the same way when he sees other actors’ success. He also talks about his upcoming “Dodgeball”-themed showdown for charity, in which Matt Lauer will participate, and about being cancer-free for three years.