Go Behind-the-Scenes of Bait 3D and Check Out a First Look Trailer

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Bait 3DWe started talking about Bait 3D around the same time we first mentioned what would come to be known as Shark Night, and while the latter is already on home video, we’re still waiting patiently for a shark film hopefully done right.

A slew of behind-the-scenes images from Bait 3D showed up online recently, and you can check out what’s really the only good one below, but if your curiosity isn’t satisfied, you can dig on the others here and here. Also check out the first look trailer and a behind-the-scenes video from Aussie morning show “Sunrise” below. Thanks to Avery for the heads-up!

Xavier Samuel (Twilight: Eclipse, The Loved Ones), Julian McMahon (Red, Fantastic Four, Faces in the Crowd), Sharni Vinson (Step Up 3D, Blue Crush 2), Phoebe Tonkin (Tomorrow When the War Began), Martin Sacks, Alice Parkinson (Sanctum), Alexander Russell (Wasted on the Young), Qi Yuwu, Adrian Pang, Lincoln Lewis, and Damien Garvey star in the film directed by Kimble Rendall.

For more check out the official Bait 3D Facebook Page.

In a sleepy beach community shoppers at an underground supermarket are terrorized by a crazed bandit when the unimaginable occurs: A monstrous freak tsunami swallows the town. Now trapped, with rushing water threatening to entomb them in a watery grave, the survivors discover they are not alone.

The tsunami has brought unwanted visitors from the depths. Not only must they overcome the threat of drowning and the predator within their midst, but a threat far more deadly and far more bloodthirsty – packs of hungry tiger sharks.

Go Behind-the-Scenes of Bait 3D and Check Out a First Look Trailer

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  • theGoldenSimatar

    Man been wondering what happened to this film. Sad no longer Russell Mulcahy is directing; but still looks pretty good.