(WTNH)--A new major motion picture called "The Greatest Showman," just nominated for three Golden Globes, is opening next Wednesday.
A young actress from Branford is in the movie too--it is her very first movie. The premiere was last Friday on the Queen Mary 2, docked in New York City. 10-year-old Skylar Dunn, who plays the younger version of the character played by Michele Williams, joined Ann Nyberg for this segment.
"It's just incredible, I can't even believe it, when I was at the premiere, I couldn't even believe what was happening," she said.
You can go see Skylar, a fifth-grader, at a theater near you on December 20.Related Content: Hallmark Channel, Lifetime film Christmas movies in ConnecticutRelated Content: History-rich theater in Norwalk looks to revitalize the community
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