The story of "Riverdale" may circle around Archie Andrews (KJ Apa) but Jughead Jones (Cole Sprouse) has definitely stolen the show. The interesting character has already gathered a lot of attention in the Archie Comics and casting the former Disney star to play the part made it squeal-worthy. However, a new report claims that Cole doesn't want Dylan to watch the show. Is there a sibling rivalry brewing between them?

Cole Sprouse and his Twin Brother, Dylan Sprouse, have been in the industry since the early 1990s but they are mostly known for their roles as Zack and Cody Martin in Disney's "The Suite Life of Zack and Cody." The brothers took a break from the limelight to finish college but only one of them returned to pursue acting again while the other one stayed under the radar.

Cole & Dylan chose different career paths

Cole Sprouse recently revealed why he doesn't want his twin brother to watch "Riverdale." The two have completely gone their separate ways in terms of their careers and didn't want to force each other to like what they're doing. Cole is back in front of the camera as Jughead Jones on The CW teen drama television series and became a heartthrob once again, while Dylan is living a normal life and opting for a regular job like working in a restaurant as a host, which he is very proud of.

"He supports the show…. I don't know if he enjoys it," Cole Sprouse revealed to Elle magazine. "This kind of programming has never really been our flavor of choice. I don't really want him to watch anything I do and I don't really watch anything he'll do." But even though Dylan Sprouse may not actually enjoy "Riverdale," that possibility would not affect their brotherly love.

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Cole added that he and his twin can easily separate work and play and that it certainly is not a big deal for him if his brother watches the show or not.

'Riverdale' star & twin still close despite different careers

Being identical twins in Hollywood definitely has its ups and downs. Dylan and Cole Sprouse are like the male versions of Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen. Although Cole Sprouse took a chance again with acting, that doesn't mean that the 24-year-old actor will be doing this for the rest of his life. The "Riverdale" star told Elle that as long as "it stays fulfilling" he will keep doing it, but once "it stops being fulfilling," then he doesn't have a problem wrapping things up and moving on.