The brothers both starred in the theatrical film The Kings of Appletown, which is based on the book The Adventures of Tom Sawyer.
The film was directed by Bobby Moresco and written by Amanda Moresco.
The majority of the Sprouses' franchise ended in 2008, except for their clothing line.
The Suite Life of Zack & Cody was retooled in 2008 as The Suite Life on Deck, in which the brothers reprised their roles as Zack and Cody.
In 2005, the Sprouse brothers signed a licensing agreement with Dualstar Entertainment to produce Sprouse Bros branded merchandise for the preteen and teenage market, the Sprouse Bros brand included a clothing line, comics series and a magazine, as well as personal hygiene line and a line of sportswear. published two volumes of a book series titled Sprouse Bros. They traveled to Japan with Shin Koyamada to empower the youth of Japan to better themselves and rebuild Japan as a society as well as to deepen the friendly relations and brotherhood between the youth of Japan and America in August 2013.As a result of the series' success, the media has termed them "heartthrobs" and "overwhelming draws" among preteen and teen audiences.The following year, the brothers launched a franchise known as the Sprouse Bros brand, which included a clothing line, book series and magazine.They deferred admission for one year, and attended the university from 2011 to 2015.Both Cole and Dylan have confirmed they wish to pursue acting post-university.Dylan and Cole were two of the wealthiest children alive in 2007, and in 2010, the Sprouse brothers were the highest-paid teenage Disney television actors, earning ,000 per episode combined.In 2010, the brothers were accepted to New York University.During that same month, their second feature film, The Astronaut's Wife (1999), starring Johnny Depp and Charlize Theron, was also released.Dylan and Cole were featured in Dana Carvey's film The Master of Disguise (2002), in which they played the role of Young Pistachio.The film was produced in 2004 but not given a theatrical release until March 2006, when it played at three theatres in the United States, ultimately grossing ,000 domestically.Dylan played the voice of Shasta in Disney's "Snow Buddies".