Hollywood star Ben Stiller is discussing with stars in a limited series adaptation of a documentary, Three Identical Strangers. Where he will be expected to play the role of a triplet. It concentrates on the real-life story of Bobby Shafran, David Kellman and Eddy Galland, identical triplets. According to reports, These triplets separated at birth and reunited later in life. The 19-year-old's joyous reunion arbalests them to international fame. This condition also sets a chain of strange and troubling events in motion.
He will also be the executive producer for the film, apart from playing the role of triplets. If he agrees to the role, it will be a rare television appearance and one of his first major acting roles in years. Yet, The actor and the filmmakers have not officially announced it.
The triplets shared the strange story and discovered one another at 19; positive media sensations and inquiries about their separation arose. Very soon disclosed that the triplet brothers were part of an undisclosed experiment subjected to humans. Three of them were placed into three different families one was kept in a blue-collared family, another was in a middle class, and the third was affluent to know the growth of hereditarily identical brothers elevated in contradictory socioeconomic circumstances.
The series was written by writer Amy Lippman with Sony Pictures Television creating it along with SK Global and TriStar Television. Ben Stiller is an executive producer via Red Hour Films and would star as the three adult brothers. Lippman will assist as showrunner and executive producer.