Arnold Schwarzenegger, Danny DeVito Reteam Onstage for Germany's Golden Camera
DeVito paid tribute to his 'Twins' co-star, who received a lifetime achievement honor in Hamburg.
They will soon be reunited onscreen, but Twins co-stars Arnold Schwarzenegger and Danny DeVito took the opportunity to ham it up onstage in Germany this weekend.
DeVito was a surprise guest at the Golden Camera awards, one of Germany's top entertainment honors, presenting Schwarzenegger with a lifetime achievement honor.
The mismatched pair are reprising their roles as Julius and Vincent Benedict in Triplets, Ivan Reitman's sequel to his 1988 hit in which Eddie Murphy will co-star as Julius and Vincent's long-lost third sibling.
Schwarzenegger is reprising several of his best-known roles. The 67-year-old Austrian-born actor and two-time California governor is back as a time-traveling cyborg in Terminator: Genisys this summer and has confirmed he will appear in another Terminator sequel. In addition to Triplets, Schwarzenegger has signed on for The Legend of Conan, a follow-up to Conan the Barbarian (1982).
The Golden Cameras, presented by German listings magazine Horzu, celebrated their 50th anniversary this year. The awards also honored Kevin Spacey as international star of the year, Susan Sarandon for her life's work, British pop star Olly Mars as best international music star and disco pioneer Nile Rodgers (Chic) for his contribution to music.