Universal Pictures is planning a sequel to the 1988 flick Twins — with a twist, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
The Ivan Reitman-directed comedy starred Arnold Schwarzenegger and Danny DeVito as twins conceived from a government genetic experiment gone awry who were then separated at birth. The follow-up film, called Triplets, would reunite the two stars as Julius and Vincent, who discover that they have a third sibling — to be played by Eddie Murphy.
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He loves Count Chocula, can't be relied upon to keep track of the days of the week, claims he can raise (and lower) his cholesterol at will, comes from lineage that produces "very thirsty babies" and likens his dynamic with boss man Michael to "Butch Cassidy and Mozart." That, in a nutshell, is a passing look at The Office's Dwight Schrute, played as if he were born into the role by Rainn Wilson. TVGuide.com spoke with Wilson about his "brothers," Owen and Luke, the NBC comedy's new Thursday time slot and the truth about working with porn stars.
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Dick Wolf is working on a new legal drama that will examine the impact of a big-time trial (think O.J. or Scott Peterson) on a small town, but — and you'd better sit down for this — it isn't called "Law & Order: This 'n' That." Suddenly I'm very afraid.... Ivan Reitman, who has directed big-screen features from Meatballs to Old School, has begun thinking small: He's developing a sitcom for Fox called That Guy, about a 35-year-old who surrenders to a "second puberty" and begins acting up like he's 21. Kinda like what Big Brother's Howie will be like when he starts to gray.