It's been 35 years since the 1.90 tall Arnold Schwarzenegger (76) and the 1.47 meter tall Danny DeVito (79) became the most unequal twins in the US comedy "Twins". Last Friday (December 29th) the two celebrated a loving reunion: The "Terminator" star and ex-governor posted a photo of himself on Instagram in which he was holding DeVito and his daughter Lucy in his arms.
The picture was taken as part of the Broadway play “I Need That,” which DeVito is currently performing with his daughter. The two have apparently found a famous fan in Arnie. He wrote: "My brother! It was fantastic to see Danny on Broadway in 'I Need That'. He, Lucy and everyone involved entertained the audience and made them laugh and love every minute." It was "one of the best pieces I have ever seen - a spectacle for the heart," said Schwarzenegger's exuberant conclusion.
At the end of his post, Schwarzenegger raised the hope that he would soon be able to see him on the screen with his "Twins" brother again: "I can't wait to work with him again."
However, it is more than uncertain whether this will be the “Twins” sequel that was announced a while ago. A sequel to the successful 1988 film called “Triplets” was actually planned, called “Triplets”. The highlight: The third child was to be portrayed by the African-American comedian Eddie Murphy (62).
However, the director of the original, Ivan Reitman, died in February 2022 at the age of 75 - he should also have captured the sequel on screen. Schwarzenegger revealed in a cover story for The Hollywood Reporter in May this year that the project was then canceled by Reitman's son Jason. In the same interview, however, he also confirmed that he would now be working on another film project with Danny DeVito instead. So far, however, what it is has not been made public.