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Arnold Schwarzenegger hints at collaborating with Danny DeVito in a potential Twins reunion through a shared photo

  • Arnold Schwarzenegger and Danny DeVito reunite in a photo, potentially hinting at their collaboration in future projects.
  • A Twins sequel had been uncertain after the death of director Ivan Reitman, but the duo’s recent reunion could indicate progress.
  • DeVito may also make an appearance in Schwarzenegger’s recent TV series, creating further excitement for fans.

Arnold Schwarzenegger and Danny DeVito may not be reprising their roles as Julius and Vincent in the sequel to their 1988 comedy Twins, but the two recently reunited for a photo. They previously surprised fans with a Twins reunion in a pre-recorded video at the White House Correspondents’ Dinner in April, and they recently shared a moment on Instagram during Schwarzenegger’s visit to DeVito’s Broadway play, I Need That.

In his Instagram post, Schwarzenegger wrote a heartfelt message which hinted at the possibility of the duo working together again soon: “My brother! It was fantastic to see Danny on Broadway in I Need That. He and Lucy and everybody involved kept the audience entertained, laughing and loving every minute — one of the best plays I’ve ever seen, a true spectacle with heart!! I can’t wait to work together again.”

While Schwarzenegger had previously noted that the Twins sequel was not moving forward after the passing of director Ivan Reitman, it seems to be possible that the two actors might collaborate in the near future. Earlier in 2022, the planned Twins sequel, Triplets, appeared to be ready for production, with Schwarzenegger and DeVito being joined by Tracy Morgan as a third sibling and Reitman set to direct. However, Reitman’s death cast doubt on the project’s future, as Schwarzenegger said in a statement: “We had a little setback because the man that was supposed to direct it, who directed the first one, Ivan Reitman, had passed away. We’re going to wait a little bit until this whole thing cools down, and then we’re going to readdress it. But that’s a project that’s supposed to film in October, but we just have to now look into a different director, and see if we are going to continue with this project.”

No further updates on the status of the Twins sequel have been released, but the recent reunion between Schwarzenegger and DeVito may suggest that progress is being made. In the meantime, fans will simply be happy to see the duo sharing another moment together, however brief it may be.

Schwarzenegger recently made his television debut in the hit Netflix series FUBAR, which has been renewed for a second season. Whether DeVito plans to appear on the show as well is yet to be determined, but fans will surely be eager to find out.