Arnold Schwarzenegger and Danny DeVito share sweet 'Twins' reunion: 'My brother!'

The reunion of twin stars Arnold Schwarzenegger and Danny DeVito was captured in a heartwarming photo that they both shared.
The 76-year-old Terminator actor brought joy to fans on Friday (December 29) when he posted a picture of himself alongside DeVito, 79, and DeVito's 40-year-old daughter Lucy. The photo was taken on the set of their Broadway production, "I Need That."

In an Instagram caption, Schwarzenegger expressed his excitement, saying, "My brother! It was truly amazing to see Danny on Broadway in 'I Need That.' He, Lucy, and everyone involved kept the audience entertained, laughing, and loving every minute."

Describing it as one of the best plays he's ever witnessed, Schwarzenegger emphasized that it was a genuine spectacle with heart. He concluded by expressing his eagerness to collaborate again, stating, "I can’t wait to work together again."

Check out the reunion below:

The renowned actors famously shared the screen in the 1988 comedy "Twins," portraying genetically engineered brothers named Julius and Vincent Benedict, who were separated at birth.

Upon its release, the film achieved significant success, grossing $111 million at the domestic box office and ranking as the fifth highest-grossing film of that year, according to Box Office Mojo.

The reunion of the duo, occurring 35 years after the movie's debut, elicited enthusiastic responses from numerous fans. One user expressed their sentiments in the comment section, stating, "If this isn’t the most wholesome photo…"

Another fan shared, "And I'm just watching TWINS on German television," while a third humorously pointed out, "For everyone who might not know: Danny is the small guy on the right, not the tall one in the middle!"

A fourth commenter reminisced about a scene from the film, saying, "I just watched Twins again last week. I loved the scene when they are in the convenience store and Danny is telling Arnold that his chest and back have huge bumps all over, so funny."
The duo had been in the midst of planning a sequel to "Twins" titled "Triplets," which would involve the brothers discovering they are actually triplets. Rumors circulated about additional actors such as Eddie Murphy and Tracy Morgan joining the project. However, the untimely passing of director Ivan Reitman in February 2022 led to the project being shelved.

Schwarzenegger disclosed to the Hollywood Reporter that Jason Reitman, Ivan's son, halted the project after his father's death. "Jason Reitman literally stopped the project when his father died," Schwarzenegger explained. "His father wanted to do it really badly. I wanted to do it really badly. Danny DeVito wanted to do it really badly. We had the financing. When his father passed away, Jason says, 'I never liked the idea' and put a hold on it."

In a November interview with GQ, DeVito dismissed the possibility of a "Twins" reunion and revealed, "Arnold [Schwarzenegger] and I want to work together. We missed Twins 2 because he became governor – which, he should have done Twins 2 instead of becoming governor." DeVito went on to share that they have a separate project in the works, unrelated to "Twins."

DeVito elaborated, saying, "Now we have a little thing going, a little project that we’ve been chatting about. No, it’s just two friends, two guys, because we have a good time together. We complement each other in a lot of ways. I am way stronger than he is."

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