Exclusive Behind-the-Scenes Interview with Bonnie Wright on “After the Dark”
We were lately able to show you two clips from Bonnie Wright (Ginny Weasley) and Freddie Stroma’s (Cormac McLaggen) new film, After the Dark. Now, we have an exclusive interview with Wright herself, talking about the film in question.
The film, directed by John Huddles, is set in Jakarta and features a group of graduating high school seniors who are challenged by their teacher to determine which ten of them would take cover in an underground shelter in the case of a nuclear apocalypse.
During the interview, Wright discusses her character, Georgina, describing her as “outspoken” and “fashion-forward in the way that she dresses.” When speaking of how Georgina was perceived in the script, she makes it known that she wanted to bring more to the character, especially a more lovable aspect.
She also speaks of how she came by the script, shooting in Indonesia, and driving a Land Rover on Mt. Bromo.
After the Dark can now be purchased via iTunes.
MuggleNet will have a full review of the film very soon.