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Harry Potter actress stars in Dorset film

PUBLISHED: 11:39 10 December 2014 | UPDATED: 11:39 10 December 2014

Bonnie Wright on the set of Nelson Nutmeg

Bonnie Wright on the set of Nelson Nutmeg

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Bonnie Wright who played Ginny Weasley in the Harry Potter films recently joined the cast of Who Killed Nelson Nutmeg, an exciting children’s adventure film being made by two local film makers Tim Clague and Danny Stack.

The film is set in a holiday park where four kids suspect that their holiday park’s mascot has been ‘bumped off’. Could the villain be the newly manager, Diane (Bonnie Wright), who arrives the same day as Nelson Nutmeg vanishes?

Who Killed Nelson Nutmeg is being filmed at the same seaside holiday park that appeared in the BAFTA winning Broadchurch TV series. The rest of the crew and cast are all from the region and have been supported by local businesses such as Discover Dorset. The film is due for release in 2015. Look out for our exclusive interview with Bonnie on the set of Nelson Nutmeg next year. Find out more at nelsonnutmeg.com

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