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Schwarzenegger receives Lifetime Achievement Honour
[dropcap]F[/dropcap]ormer costars Arnold Schwarzenegger and Danny DeVito reunited at the Golden Camera awards in Hamburg, Germany where the ‘Terminator’ actor, 67, was presented an International Lifetime Achievement honor from Danny, 70. During the special reconciliation, the actors exchanged a warm handshake and hug onstage. In his acceptance speech, Arnold dedicated the award to young aspiring actors trying to enter the film business and told his fans, “Do not give up!”
This latest reunion between the two stars comes 27 years after Arnold and Danny appeared in the 1988 comedy ‘Twins,’ in which the duo starred as fraternal twins.
A sequel to the hit movie titled ‘Triplets’ has reportedly been in the works for some time with Eddie Murphy supposedly starring as Arnold and Danny’s brother. Last month, Josh Gad —who co-wrote the script for the new film — provided fans an update on the project’s status.
“The script is actually done. Everybody agrees that it’s great. Universal, I think, hit the pause button temporarily for whatever reason — internally I think they are trying to figure out if they want to do a sequel or not,” he began.
“I would say if there’s an outpouring of affection, that may move the needle, but I think it’s on hold right now. But everybody read the script and loved it, so I hope it sees the light of day at some point,” Josh said in a Reddit AMA.