| Danny DeVito and Arnold Schwarzenegger want to live forever

Arnold Schwarzenegger and Danny DeVito, renowned for their memorable collaborations in “Twins” and “Junior,” recently delved into existential topics during an Interview Magazine discussion, contemplating the mysteries of life, death, and what lies beyond.

DeVito shared his perspective on the uncertainty surrounding what happens after death, emphasizing the concept of deterioration and the enigmatic nature of the afterlife. Schwarzenegger concurred with DeVito, dismissing the notion of a heavenly reunion as a comforting yet unrealistic fantasy. He expressed a sense of inevitability regarding separation and reflected on the things he would miss.

Expressing resentment toward the concept of death, Schwarzenegger questioned the responsible party for this unavoidable reality. DeVito empathized with Schwarzenegger’s desire to evade death and stressed the significance of cherishing every moment, particularly as people age and loved ones pass away.

While a sequel to “Twins” has been ruled out, the duo expressed their intent to collaborate on future projects. This sparked curiosity about potential ventures, such as a Turbo-Man movie featuring Arnold as the superhero and DeVito as his sidekick, Booster.






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