While fans are dying for Dylan and Cole Sprouse to get up to double trouble on screen again, Dylan Sprouse shares why he’s not sure it’d be a good idea. Dylan revealed on the red carpet for his latest project ‘Miracle Workers: Dark Ages”s premiere event that he doesn’t think there can be too many movies about adult twins that aren’t too corny. He has a point there.
Dylan and Cole started their acting careers early. They became child stars after acting on the Disney Channel.
They starred together in ‘The Suite Life of Zack and Cody‘ and spinoff series ‘The Suite Life on Deck.’ The show featured the hijinks that two nearly identical twins could get into at a 5 star resort.
Dylan admitted that it would be unlikely that the duo would reunite on screen.
“It would have to be right,” Dylan told HollywoodLife. “A lot of the times when they want to cast my brother and I, it’s really stupid sh*t. So it would have to be something good and tasteful.”
Dylan also shared the details for his upcoming project ‘After We Collided.’ Dylan is passionate about working on this sequel to ‘After.’
“I read the script and it was effortlessly funny. [Director] Roger Kumble is a wizard with a script, and so actually through my agency I had talked to Roger for a little bit. They were casting it, and I guess I was requested as a fan cast. So they thought that they would reach out to me and talk to me,” Dylan revealed.
He sent me the script and I said, ‘Hey, look, I’ve only heard about the first After, I don’t know anything about this one.’ And so I read the script, I liked it, we discussed, he turned it out to be in a timeframe that I could do. And so we did it,” Dylan continued.
Dylan has worked on several projects since taking a break from acting to attend a college that was far steps from his Disney Channel days. He starred in [Camila Cabello’s “Consequences” music video.] (https://youtu.be/k73EBmeJ950)
In addition to several music video projects, Sprouse has starred in ‘Dismissed’ as Lucas Ward and ‘Banana Split’ as Nick. Along with ‘After We Collided,’ his films ‘Turandot’ and Tyger are currently in post production in which he plays Calaf and Luke respectively.
His brother Cole is best known for his current role as Jughead Jones in ‘Riverdale.’ He also starred in hospital drama ‘Five Feet Apart’ as Will.
Screenplay writers, please write something sensible with twins. These twins need take over the big screen together again.