Playing the undead Eric Northman on "True Blood" seems to be working well for the Swedish hunk Alexander Skarsgard -- so much so that he's trying to give his "Zoolander" character a spot in the sequel as a ghost.
If you don't remember Skarsgard being in the first film, don't worry. His character Meekus appears only briefly in the movie's early scenes as one of Zoolander's (Ben Stiller) male-model roommates.
And luckily, five seasons on the vampire melodrama "True Blood" hasn't taken away Skarsgard's sense of humour. Now that "Zoolander 2" is in the works, the 35-year-old actor told British GQ that he's been pitching ways to get Meekus back on the big screen, even though the character met his demise in the first film in a freak gasoline fight accident.
"I wouldn't want to miss that. Well, I'm hoping they would do something like the scene with Hamlet's father, and that Meekus will come back as a ghost—I mean, he's definitely dead," Skarsgard said.
And if the Meekus cameo does come through for "Zoolander 2," we know just how to celebrate: orange mocha frappuccinos!