Ben Stiller reunited the cast of the 2004 comedy "DodgeBall: A True Underdog Story" for a charity promotion video.

Stiller reprised his role as antagonist White Goodman to challenge the Average Joe's Gym dodgeball team made up of Vince Vaughn, Justin Long and Christine Taylor to a charity dodgeball game benefitting the Stiller Foundation.

During the video Stiller skewered aspects of modern day culture including hashtags, emojis and "baes" as the despicable Goodman before talking trash to Vaughn's dodgeball team and tossing a wrench at Long's face.

The fundraiser, hosted by online non-profit Omaze, offers fans the opportunity to play for or against Stiller's team in a game of dodgeball alongside other perks.

"After the game, you'll take a team photo together so you can remember the time you crushed Average Joe;s once and for all. Then, you and Ben will grab some pizza to celebrate. Flights and hotel are on us," the fundraising page states.

Entrants can donate between $10 and $5,000 to purchase chances to participate in the dodgeball game as well as Dodgeball, props from the film and autographed items such as a dodgeball, art print or a script.

The proceeds will benefit Stiller's charity, which has focused primarily on improving educational opportunities for children in Haiti.