FINCH signs The Bobbsey Twins From Homicide

Screen Shot 2017-11-07 at 9.15.36 am.jpgDirecting duo The Bobbsey Twins From Homicide has arrived in the Southern Hemisphere, joining FINCH for representation in Australia, New Zealand and APAC.

The Twins are known for their McDonald's, Halford's, Domino's and Thinkbox spots, and more recently their campaign for MoneySuperMarket, featuring He-Man and Skeletor dirty dancing to 'Time of My Life' which has enjoyed millions of online views.
Now based in Auckland and London, not much is known about the Twins outside of the shotgun shacks and dive bars where they were raised. All we know for sure is that their distinctive brand of comedy features spot-on casting and is rooted in a strong, cinematic aesthetic that goes for the jugular. They are the real deal.

Says Corey Esse, executive producer and managing director, FINCH:  "When the Bobbsey Twins From Homicide told us they wanted a presence in the Deep South, we jumped at it. Their unique sense of humour and craft is a welcomed addition, and we're pumped to be working together."

The Bobbsey Twins From Homicide couldn't be reached for comment as they were out solving a crime somewhere (or maybe committing one). Or at least that's what their answering machine said. Seriously, they're still rocking an answering machine. A proper small cassette, 1995 hunk of yesteryear. We'll try paging them now.

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