Were you a little bit stumped by the news of a fast-percolating sequel to Twins, which would potentially star Arnold Schwarzenegger, Danny DeVito, and Eddie Murphy? Coming Soon spoke to Schwarzenegger late last year (in a conversation that was previously embargoed), and he was talking up Triplets even then. "I’d find somebody like Eddie Murphy or someone that people would say, 'How does that happen, medically speaking?' and, 'Physically, there’s no way!' Then, somehow, we would explain it," enthused Schwarzenegger. "That would be hilarious with what we know about someone like him." (He is black.) "I can see a poster," Schwarzenegger continued. "A billboard with us three. 'They found another one!' Triplets! 'Only their mother can tell them apart!' I would do that in two seconds, because that’s real entertainment. You come out with that movie for Christmas, like December 5th or something like that, and you’re home free." We're a little bit concerned that Arnold picked the first weekend in December for the release of Triplets — it's become a famously dead weekend on which studios no longer debut any wide-release films — but really, who can argue with his movie-pitching sensibilities, which seem to have been preserved in amber from the late twentieth century? Just pump up your Nikes and give in to the charm.
Most Watched on Vulture
Most Viewed Stories
Fire and Fury Author Michael Wolff Is ‘Absolutely Sure’ Donald Trump Is Having a White House Affair
Every Episode of Black Mirror, Ranked From Worst to Best
Let’s Talk About the Ending of The End of the F***ing World
Deep Space Nine Is TV’s Most Revolutionary Depiction of Black Fatherhood
What’s New on Netflix: January 2018
Liam Neeson’s Particular Set of Skills Could Only Muster ‘F-ck’ When He First Met Ex-Girlfriend Helen Mirren
Jane Fonda Relishes Yet Another Chance to Insult Megyn Kelly’s Interviewing Skills
What’s Going to Happen to Woody Allen’s A Rainy Day in New York?
Grey’s Anatomy Recap: The Threat of Dr. Stadler
Let Rian Johnson Silently Show You the Precedent for That Luke Twist in The Last Jedi
Latest News from VultureEighth Grade Is a Poignant Portrait of Middle School in the Time of Snapchat
Bo Burnham’s directorial breakout is masterful, and it’s rivaled only by the breakout performance of its 14-year-old star Elsie Fisher.Jason Mantzoukas Does an Excellent Impression of Fans Who Yell at Him on the Street
“It’s a lot of football bros.”Jane Fonda Relishes Yet Another Chance to Insult Megyn Kelly’s Interviewing Skills
“It was so inappropriate.”Catherine Zeta-Jones Praises Her ‘Articulate’ Husband, Michael Douglas, Over His Misconduct Denials
“It happened 30 years ago. It was B.C.: before Catherine.”Paul Rudd Wants To Have Dinner with ‘Buff Jesus’
Rudd is in awe of Jesus’s ability to “love food, but really keep it off.”Fire and Fury Author Michael Wolff Is ‘Absolutely Sure’ Donald Trump Is Having a White House Affair
Since he didn’t have “ultimate proof,” though, it was left out of his book.God Save Paul Bettany, Who’s Reportedly in Talks to Play The Crown’s Prince Philip
The resemblance is there.What’s Going to Happen to Woody Allen’s A Rainy Day in New York?
Hollywood insiders say Amazon Studios could shelve the film or skip its theatrical release.Liam Neeson’s Particular Set of Skills Could Only Muster ‘F-ck’ When He First Met Ex-Girlfriend Helen Mirren
“I was smitten.”Private Life Is a Dazzling Tale About Makeshift Families
Kathryn Hahn and Paul Giamatti star in a comedy (of sorts) about a couple whose relentlessly unsuccessful attempts to conceive are stressing them out.
The film based on Doug Stanton’s book doesn’t do justice to the powerful true story of the 12 Americans who gathered intel in Afghanistan after 9/11.How Bo Burnham’s Eighth Grade Reflects Our #metoo Moment
This comedy has a scene about sexual intimidation that had Sundance audiences buzzing.Drake Drops Two New Songs ‘God’s Plan’ and ‘Diplomatic Immunity’
God’s plan, indeed.High Maintenance Season-Premiere Recap: Phantasmagoria of Despair
The beauty of High Maintenance is its depiction of a humane urban community, even amid tragedy.Get Out’s Lil Rel Howery Set to Star in His Own Titular Fox Pilot
The network also placed pilot orders for a comedy produced by Lee Daniels and an hour-long musical drama.MoviePass Announces New Plan to Partner With Distributors to Acquire Movies
The subscription ticket service unveiled their new subsidiary MoviePass Ventures at Sundance.Tom Petty’s Family Confirms He Died Of An Accidental Overdose
He was taking a variety of pain medications.Paddington 2 Bear-Crawls to a Perfect Score on Rotten Tomatoes
Pretty good for a little bear in a coat.Paul Rudd Shares His Most Embarrassing Onstage Moment
“Everyone in the theater noticed.”Atlanta Monster Is a Different Kind of True-Crime Podcast
It examines the notorious Atlanta child murders that took place between 1979 and 1981.