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7 GUARDIANS OF THE TOMB revolves around a team of scientists who, while making the discovery of the century, lose a colleague in an ancient labyrinth. The group must battle their way through a swarm of deadly, man-eating funnel web spiders and discover the secret behind the arachnids’ power and intelligence – before it’s too late.

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Cast & Crew & Production Details

Director
Kimble Rendall
Writers
Paul Staheli  Kimble Rendall
Producer
Mark Lazarus  Gary Hamilton  Ying Ye
Executive Producers
Mike Gabrawy  Elliot Tong
Dir. of Photography
Brad Shield
Composer
Roc Chen
Editor
Mathew Evans  Richard Learoyd
Production Designer
Nick McCallum
Cast
Li Bingbing - Kellan Lutz - Kelsey Grammer - Shane Jacobson - Ryan Johnson - Jason Chong - Stef Dawson - Wu Chun - Eva Liu -
Production Completion
2017
Genre
Action adventure
Co-Production
Australia/China Co-Production
Production Company
Nest Film Sleeping Otters Productions Pty Ltd

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