July 13th, 2012
04:32 PM ET
A sequel to "Twins" is inching closer to the big screen.
One of the stars of the 1988 comedy, Arnold Schwarzenegger, recently told Comic-Con attendees that the reported follow-up is underway, CinemaBlend reports.
"I think they have moved it along, and director Ivan Reitman has shown interest in being involved, [studio] Universal is excited about it," Schwarzenegger said. "We are now looking for a great writer to write the sequel, and I'm looking forward to doing it, because I think it will be hilarious."
Back in March it was rumored that Eddie Murphy might even join Schwarzenegger and his "Twins" co-star Danny DeVito in the film, thereby turning the "Twins" sequel into one called "Triplets." Although Schwarzenegger didn't mention it, all three of the actors are said to have signed off on the concept.
Up next for the actor/politician is August's "The Expendables 2," which he helped promote this week at Comic-Con.
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