No, no, no, let’s try that again: Excuse me?
Sorry. I just find myself… confused by THR‘s story, wherein we learn that Universal are going forward with a sequel to 1989′s Twins, bringing back Arnold Schwarzenegger & Danny DeVito, and throwing Eddie Murphy in as the third brother — which, therefore, makes this film Triplets.
Give me one second.
Right. The report goes on to say that the original film’s helmer, Ivan Reitman, will return in a producing capacity — Montecito Pictures are teaming with the studio — and a writer is being sought to… write this? Can you write this?
What is happening?
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