The trio will appear in Nest, a 3D movie from the brains behind Bait 3D, which was a hit at the Venice Film Festival in Italy earlier this year (15).

Bait 3D has become the highest grossing and most successful Australian film in the history of Chinese cinema.

Nest revolves around a team of scientists who lose a colleague in an ancient labyrinth while making the discovery of the century.

The film recently began pre-production on Australia's Gold Coast.