I don’t know why this story fascinates me, considering I’m too old to have ever watched an episode of their show.
I suppose Dylan’s story interests me because as a writer (or “content creator,” as the parlance is these days) there are seemingly endless stories about how business-side folks misuse the creators of their content.
The tl;dr is that the brothers, who were already teenagers in the later seasons of the show, eventually wanted to head off to college and hoped that they could write and produce the last season of “The Suite Life On Deck.” The twins both wanted to get involved in the production side of things, but also were interested in introducing new, younger characters and setting up a series so the cast and crew could continue working while they went off to college.
We combed through all of their photos, all of their Twitter interactions, their interviews, everything we could find for hints that the on-screen couple had taken their relationship IRL.
And what we found was that there are a lot of similarities between these two couples — Betty and Jughead in and Lili Reinhart and Cole Sprouse in real life.
So I wish them the best.” When pressed, he agreed that the two probably have a “special relationship” off-screen. “You just hear them talking to each other like they’ve been best friends for 20 years. It doesn’t sound like Skeet has all of the information either, but his testimony does confirm what we already knew: that Lili and Cole definitely share a special bond.
I think regardless of success, all those kids were dealing with a similar dilemma when it came to their maturity and their publicity and fame, and how they were viewed in the public eye.