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The Dolans got started with their digital careers on Vine in May 2013. After posting consistently and collaborating with other creators such as Amanda Cerny and Jack Dail, the 15-year-old siblings found themselves quickly rising to Vine fame. Ethan and Grayson now boast over 5.6 million combined followers across both their accounts.
The Dolan twins decided to create a YouTube channel on March 9, 2014. Once Ethan and Grayson started posting regular comedy and sketch pieces in January 2015, the duo saw their subscriber count skyrocket. The Dolan brothers’ YouTube channel currently claims over 30 million collective video views and more than 790,000 subscribers in total.
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There are two important parts to this story about Fox’s upcoming series Minority Report, based on the 2002 Tom Cruise film. The first is that a decision has been made that Stark Sands (Generation Kill) will no longer be playing twin brothers Dash and Arthur, but just Dash, while Nick Zano (One Big Happy) will be the new Arthur. The second part is that Nick Zano is an incredible action villain name. So obviously, Dash and Arthur are no longer identical twins but fraternal twins. According to THR, Arthur is described as having a hard shell that was borne of years of difficult experience in the outside world that Dash avoided. Arthur is confident and self-assured, even Machiavellian in his interaction with the world that once exploited him. So while Dash selflessly and heroically tries to stop the future murders he sees in his precognitive visions, his estranged twin uses »
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