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To celebrate the release of Bait on 3D Blu-ray and DVD on Monday 29th April, we are giving five lucky readers the chance to win a copy of the blu-ray. 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. Comment?
It was perhaps foolish to think that Bait (2012) might recall the raw menace of Stephen Spielberg's Jaws (1975) or Joe Dante's B-movie classic Piranha (1978). But Kimble Rendall's toothless horror is nothing of anything really: an underwater travesty which takes itself far too seriously and comes nowhere close to making the slightest contribution to the genre. Rendall has presumably lured the cast from 90210 to star in his film as a group of air-headed teens and shoppers, from Xavier Samuel (The Twilight Saga) to Julian McMahon, find themselves trapped inside a supermarket following a devastating tsunami. Comment?
... 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 ... Comment?
... 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 ... Comment?
... bodies. It also has an impeccable record of creating stars, such as Chris Hemsworth, Simon Baker, Guy Pearce, Julian McMahon, Melissa George and Ryan Kwanten. This year, five former Home and Away actors - Luke Mitchell, Bob Morley, Chris Egan, Luke ... Comment?
Three things tell a man: his eyes, his friends and his favorite quotes.” At quotes Daddy.check Julian Mcmahon famous qoutes and like, favorite or share. or even choose to open your day with one of the most lovely qoutes by him and others. Comment?
Fire With Fire is exactly the kind of movie you'd find hovering near the bottom shelf of your local video store, starring the likes of Steven Seagal or Wesley Snipes. How it is that they managed to round up such an impressive cast as this is mind-boggling, and that's not to mention the blink-and-you'll-miss-them appearances from the likes of 50 Cent and Quinton "Rampage" Jackson (B.A. from The A-Team movie). Jeremy Coleman (Josh Duhamel) is a fire-fighter in a particularly rough neighbourhood, just doing his shopping in a local store when it gets held up by some Aryans, including big bad guy David Hagan (Vincent D'Onofrio) and one his henchmen (Vinnie Jones), who go on to kill the store owner and his son. As the only witness to the crime, Coleman is put under witness protection by Detective Cella (Bruce Willis) and Agent Durham (Rosario Dawson), the latter of which he promptly falls in love with. But Hagan isn't going to allow Coleman to testify against him, sending a hitman (Nip/Tuck's Julian McMahon) after him to take him out. Realising that running and hiding isn't working out, Coleman decides he's going to have to take matters into his own hands… Everything is nicely set up for Coleman to use his fireman skills to kill the bad guys, but unfortunately this potentially exciting Backdraft-redux never comes to light. Instead there's just a lot of punching and kicking and shooting and running, and none of it in a particularly fun way. Comment?
When small-town English college professor, Ed Saxon’s wife Eve doesn’t come home one night, Ed (Jeff Daniels) feels troubled and has a difficult time trying to sleep. Ed calls the police, who can find no trace of his wife except for her abandoned car. In the meantime, Ed is going crazy with his insomnia, trying to increase his medication enough to be able to sleep. But instead of helping him sleep, the medication seems to be giving him hallucinations and speeding up the decomposing of his mind and mental abilities. Passing through his consciousness like ghosts, in between bouts of hallucination and mental fatigue, Ed is visited by detectives Derm and Stewart (Gil Bellows and Ben Shenkman), as well as one of his students, Sadie (Emily Bergl), who is obviously more than slightly interested in the good professor, in addition to his wife’s angry lover George (Julian McMahon). Jeff Daniels gives a tour de force performance as the crumbling Ed Saxon whose house is falling apart bit by bit as he is losing his mind… Starring: Jeff Daniels Julian Mcmahon Emily Bergl Gil Bellows Zach Grenier Comment?
Jeremy Coleman (Josh Duhamel) is a firefighter in a rough neighborhood. He is just minding his own business in a local store when it is held up by David Hagan (Vincent D’Onofrio) and his henchman (Vinnie Jones). They kill the store own and Coleman’s son. Coleman is the only witness to the crime, which is why he is placed under a witness protection program by Detective Cella (Bruce Willis) and Agent Durham (Rosario Dawson). While in the program, he falls in love with the agent. The evil Hagan doesn’t want Coleman to testify against him and he sends a hitman (Julian McMahon) to chase after the firefighter. Coleman realizes that it is impossible to run and hide forever. So he decides to settle the matter with Hagan with his own hands.Coleman uses his firefighter skills to mow down the bad guys in his way but it falls short of an exciting climax. Fire with Fire has a lot of punching, kicking, shooting, and running but they are not done in an entertaining manner. Fire with Fire is an action flick that you will see at the bottom shelf of the video rental stores. Comment?
Hit the jump to check out Fantastic Four concept art of Dr. Doom and The Thing, created by artist Constantine Sekeris. It's early production artwork of character effects for Steve Johnson's company XFX.Fantastic Four (2005) was directed by Tim Story, from a screenplay written by Michael France and Mark Frost. The cast included: Ioan Gruffudd as Reed Richards / Mr. Fantastic, Jessica Alba as Sue Storm / Invisible Woman, Chris Evans as Johnny Storm / The Human Torch, Michael Chiklis as Ben Grimm / The Thing, Julian McMahon as Victor Von Doom / Doctor Doom, Kerry Washington as Alicia Masters, Laurie Holden as Debbie McIlvane, and Stan "The Man" Lee as Willie Lumpkin. The film earned $330 million at the worldwide box office, against a budget of $100 million. Comment?
After topping the box office last weekend in A Good Day to Die Hard, Bruce Willis will be back on our screens in a few weeks’ time in Fire with Fire, this time in a supporting capacity. Josh Duhamel is front and centre here as our action hero, with veteran TV director David Barrett making his feature debut behind the camera. The film has also seen its release in the US last summer, and will be arriving on our screens in early March. And with just weeks to go, Warner Bros. have released the UK trailer for our shores. Duhamel and Willis are joined by a great cast, headed up by Rosario Dawson, Vincent D’Onofrio, Julian McMahon, Curtis (50 Cent) Jackson, and Vinnie Jones. Comment?
ulian McMahon is an Australian actor with the net worth of $10 million. Julian McMahon has earned his net worth through his acting roles in several films such as "Fantastic Four," "Premonition," "Prisoner" and more. He has also had acting roles in the television series "Charmed," (Cole Turner) "Will and Grace," (Guy) "Profiler" (John Grant) and "Nip/Tuck" (Dr. Christian Troy) as well as others. McMahon has also starred in a few soap operas during his acting career, such as "Another World" and the Australian soap "The Power, The Passion." He began his acting career in another Australian soap entitled "Home and Away" as well as pursuing a modeling career. He became well known in the modeling industry in Rome, Milan, London, Paris, and New York City. McMahon also appeared in commercials for Levi Strauss. Soon after Home and Away was cancelled McMahon moved to the U.S. and landed a role in the film "Wet and Wild Summer" as well as appearing in his fiancé's (Dannii Minogue) music videos "This is it" and "This is the Way." In 1993 he got the role of Ian Rain in the soap "Another World" and remained a member of the cast until 1995. After that he landed roles in the films "Magenta," "Chasing Sleep," and Quiet Night." From 2000 to 2003 he played a half human/half demon lover and husband of one of the charmed ones and soon after began the role as Dr. Christian Troy in "Nip/Tuck" on FX. McMahon was born in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia in 1968. He attended Sydney Grammar School and studied Law at the University of Sydney. He also studied Economics at the University of Wollongong. His father, William McMahon was a Member of Parliament and the future Prime Minister in Australia, and his mother, Sonia McMahon was a fashion icon as well as a former occupational therapist. McMahon has two sisters, Melinda and Deborah. In 1994 McMahon married singer/songwriter and actress Dannii Minogue. He has one daughter, Madison, by actress and former fashion model Brooke Burns. Comment?
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Before you revoke all of my remaining critic cred, hear me out. “Charmed” might have been a disaster of a show. The time I tried — and failed with grandeur — to convince my friend LaToya that it was better than “Buffy” might be one of my life’s most embarrassing and regretted moments (keep in mind that I’d never actually seen “Buffy” yet). But “Charmed” taught me how to love TV. Sure, I watch “Breaking Bad” and “Homeland” and “Louie” and a staggering slew of other shows to which “Charmed,” even on its best day, could never hold a candle. But I also am genuinely upset that I’m behind on “Pretty Little Liars” right now; and I watched every single episode of the “Charlie’s Angels” reboot; and this summer, I marathoned “H2O: Just Add Water,” an Australian program about teen mermaids. “Charmed” taught me that a show doesn’t have to be a work of art for me to love it. Along with giving me a never-ceasing crush on Julian McMahon and a love for pairing casual, oversized sweaters with leather pants, “Charmed” made my love for TV unpretentious (I’ll admit, I can be a snob at times, but I also take pride in the fact that not many critics love the CW as loudly as I do). Comment?
Touch marks a reunion for Sharbino and Ellis. The young actress starred in the Usher drama as the orphaned 14-year-old daughter of a CIA operative who encounters a mysterious rogue agent/assassin (Julian McMahon), who serves as both her surrogate father and professional mentor in the spy world. Angela Bassett co-starred, with Ellis recurring. Comment?
... deploy their unique gifts to Earth-saving effect in their first big-screen adventure. When the evil Dr Doom (Julian McMahon) threatens to wreak electric havoc on the planet, it's up to the ultra-stretchy Mr Fantastic (Ioan Gruffudd) and his ... Comment?
2012 #8242;s BAIT takes the retardation of most high-concept ideas and ups the ante so high that the proverbial bar is knocked deep into the ocean. BAIT‘s high-concept question is “What if we put sharks in a super market?” Well, they would die, clearly. “But, what if the super market is flooded?” Well, then you might end up with a shark movie even worse than my very first What The Film!? Comment?
... we're told will take about three weeks. Other actors in town for the film include "Lost" star Josh Holloway , Julian McMahon of "Nip/Tuck" fame, as well as Embeth Davidtz and Lucas Till. Allen Iverson , who remains engaged in a divorce battle with ... Comment?
Bruce Willis and 50 Cent appeared in an action thriller for producers Randall Emmett and George Furla we got the god-awful Set-Up. Thankfully their latest endeavour, Fire With Fire, is an altogether more exciting prospect – a classic revenge thriller featuring one of my favourite actors, Law Order: Criminal Intent‘s Vincent D’Onofrio, in a rare villainous role. Fire With Fire has a massive cast, featuring some huge names – none bigger than Bruce Willis, who actually takes a backseat to the younger Duhamel. In fact the relationship between Duhamel’s character and that of Willis’ is reminiscent of the grand-daddy of action flicks, Die Hard, with Duhamel in the shoes of Willis; and Willis playing a similar character to Reginald VelJohnson’s Sgt. Powell in John McTiernan’s 80s classic. Comment?