Another genre that's enjoying a bit of a resurgence lately is the killer shark flick. With The Reef and Shark Night not too far behind us, we now get to feast our eyes on more perfectly-formed teens being chomped up by gigantic toothy fish. And more power to them I say. Studiocanal will release Bait 3D in the UK on April 29th, the DVD will feature the 2D version of the film whereas the Blu-ray will contain both 3D and 2D versions of the film. Both editions will have a 'Making Of' documentary and a trailer as their special features.


A tsunami devastates a small Gold Coast town and leaves twelve people trapped in a flooded supermarket. Amidst the horror the group slowly realises that they may not be alone. Trapped with a hungry Great White shark, how many of them will have to die and will rescue ever come? Featuring a stellar ensemble cast including Xavier Samuel (The Twilight Saga; Eclipse), Julian McMahon (Nip/Tuck) Sharni Vinson (Step Up 3D), Phoebe Tonkin (Tomorrow When the War Began), Dan Wyllie (Animal Kingdom) Alex Russell (Wasted on the Young), Martin Sacks (Underbelly), Cariba Heine (The Pacific), Damien Garvey (Daybreakers) and high profile Singaporean stars Adrian Pang and Qi Yuwu.

BAIT 3D is the first ever Australian 3D production and co-production between Australia and Singapore. Production companies Arclight Films, Pictures in Paradise and Story Bridge Films in Australia teamed with Blackmagic Design Films Ltd and the Media Development Authority in Singapore in association with Screen Australia and Screen Queensland. BAIT 3D is directed by Kimble Rendall, written by Russell Mulcahy and produced by Todd Fellman, Gary Hamilton and Peter Barber. Executive Producers are Chris Brown, Mike Gabrawy and Russell Mulcahy.





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