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Lifetime Movie Network features Gulf Coast twins and scenery

GULFPORT (AP) — Gulfport is the backdrop for the film “Nanny Seduction,” which debuts on the Lifetime Movie Network at 7 p.m. Sunday. It’s the latest of several Coast-shot films to find its way in front of an audience.

“We shot a lot of the film on Second Street next to Downtown Gulfport and we shot some on the beach near Jones Park and on another property near the Great Southern Club Golf Course — we had a good shoot.”

“Nanny Seduction” stars Erin Cahill, Wes Brown and Austin Highsmith, who was on nine episodes of “Scream Queens,” which was filmed in New Orleans.

Lewis said it also features two local up-and-coming stars. “We have two young girls from Picayune — a set of twins, Alison and Lauren Gobuzzi — and they play the young girl,” he said.

“The both play one character, a young girl named Riley and they were actually in ‘Joe Dirt 2’ with David Spade.”