Arnold Schwarzenegger is happy that Eddie Murphy has been cast in the upcoming 'Twins' sequel.
Arnold Schwarznegger thinks Eddie Murphy is ''perfect'' for the 'Twins' sequel.
The 'Sabotage' actor is set to reprise his role alongside Danny Devito as two unlikely twins who were separated at birth in the follow-up to the 1988 comedy action film, but thinks the 'Nutty Professor' actor will make a good addition to the cast.
He said: ''We have not done any rehearsals for it other than meeting several times, and I admire Eddie as an actor and as a talent, with the three of us.''
While Schwarzenegger is looking forward to working on the movie, he knows it will be a different filmmaking experience to the original.
He added to BANG Showbiz: ''They said, 'Do you want to do 'Twins', and this is something that I've chased for 20 years.''
There is a different studio technique now, it's a different generation, the old guard is gone, there is some different people in there..so this is how it works, I didn't really think or have a plan, you now some of those ideas work, don't work, but I believe very strongly in those characters.
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