Showmax’s first Kenyan Original Movie, Baba Twins is set to premiere on 15th December with an all-Kenyan cast.
Baba Twins features two main characters Tony (Morris Mwangi) and Wamz (Violet Ngina). Wamz tries to balance motherhood and her career as an air hostess while Tony is a socialite baby-day who is not sure if he is ready to be a daddy and loves the limelight that comes with his radio job.
The movie is produced by seasoned Lucy Mwangi (Njoro wa Uba) through her Moon Beam Productions Company. She describes her new work as different from the TV series that she is used to but is glad that she has an able team helping her out.
“I am learning that there’s a big difference between producing a TV series and producing a movie, but I am backed by an amazing and professional team, right from my writers to the technical crew to the support team, who are super stoked about working on a project as exciting as this,” she stated.
Baba Twins’ production highlights the ever-growing demand for local content. Showmax already produced Crime and Justice another Showmax-Original, it premiered in February for season one with season two set to hit the screens soon.
That Showmax entrusted Moon Beam with such a monumental project is in itself a vote of confidence. For us as a production, it’s to ensure that we don’t disappoint, not just the team at Showmax, but the audience who have come to expect nothing but great entertainment from us,” Mwangi added.
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