Welcome to Brenton Thwaites Online! This site aims to be your ultimate online resource on all things related to Australian actor, Brenton Thwaites. You might know him for his roles in several films such as Blue Lagoon: The Awakening, Oculus, The Giver, and Gods of Egypt. Thank you for visiting and we encourage you to come back for all the latest photos and updates on Brenton!
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July 19, 2018 Titans - Video

The first trailer for Titans has finally arrived! It gives us our first look at Brenton in action as Robin. Check it out below and screencaps in our gallery!

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June 28, 2018 News - Promotional Photos - Titans - Video

It has long been announced that a DC Universe streaming service will be coming. But today, it was announced that the DC Universe has more than that to offer! Check out the announcement trailer below!

DEN OF GEEK – “DC Universe is so much more than a streaming service. It’s a welcoming place for everyone to immerse themselves in their own level of DC fandom, with the epic characters, stories, and experiences they have come to expect from DC,” said Jim Lee, chief creative officer and publisher, DC Entertainment in a statement. “We are investing in and creating original, high-quality shows including the new Titans series, and curating the most beloved nostalgic content, while at the same time elevating the comic reading experience to new heights. Nothing this robust has ever been offered to fans before.”

“We wanted the DC Universe comic reader to be a blend of art and technology that would further enhance fan’s experiences of the live-action and animated programming on DC Universe,” said Dan DiDio, publisher, DC Entertainment. “This hand-curated selection from our decades of comic creations gives fans a thematic digital longbox to carry with them on the device of their choosing or lets them watch exclusive video content on a big screen followed by the comic that inspired it.”

Update: Two new promotional photos of Brenton as Robin in costume have been released, and they are epic!

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Sony Crackle has released the first official trailer and poster for comedy-horror movie, Office Uprising, starring Brenton Thwaites, Zachary Levi, Jane Levy, Karan Soni, Ian Harding, and Alan Ritchson. The film will be available for streaming on Crackle, July 19th!

Sony Crackle today released the trailer and key art for the network’s new summer comedy-horror movie “Office Uprising,” launching July 19. In addition, the movie will premiere ahead of the wide release exclusively through PlayStation(R)3 and PlayStation(R)4 July 12-15 and on Amazon Fire TV July 16-18 via the Sony Crackle app.

“Office Uprising” follows the story of an underachiever working at a major weapons manufacturing firm who finds that his co-workers have been “weaponized” by Zolt, a new energy drink designed for the military. He must then set off to rescue his one true love from an office building full of psychotic coworkers armed with tomorrow’s deadliest tech

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May 31, 2017 Interview - Photoshoot - Video

The fifth serving from the Pirates of The Caribbean franchise – which landed on screens last Thursday – invaded the area, which by sheer chance is the hometown of its newest star, Brenton Thwaites. “I’ve kind of been moving to America for the last 10 years,” the baby-faced 27-year-old actor laughs, “but every time I try, I get a job back home.” Today, the Gold Coast native has flown almost 10,000 miles to set, so I hold back my moan-ologue detailing my two-tubes-and-a-bus commute that I scripted on the way.

As we sink into fat armchairs in a corner of the studio, Thwaites tells me of his formative years Down Under. “I was very ambitious,” he explains, “I wanted to do darker stuff and I wanted to portray characters like I’d seen in Candy and Good Will Hunting, flawed characters that eventually overcome [their problems].” Now playing Henry in Salazar’s Revenge, a British soldier and son of the cursed William Turner (Orlando Bloom), Thwaites’ CV amounts to a sizeable list of challenging roles. In Home & Away (which seems to serve as a secondary drama school for Aussie actors) he played an abusive boyfriend and thuggish gang member, while he transformed into a “gay heroin addict who was struggling to come out to his father” for naval drama, Sea Patrol.

Just before those debut roles, Pirates of The Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearlhad its first airing. “To me, it was just another movie coming out,” Thwaites shrugs. In all fairness, he was just 14. “Looking back, it was a feat for its time because it had state of the art CGI, a great story, it was funny, adventurous and action packed and we all just fell in love with Jack Sparrow. I just remember thinking, ‘I haven’t seen anything like this.’”

“It was weird,” he says of his first scenes with the inimitable Johnny Depp. “It still is weird. I don’t think that weirdness will ever go away. I mean, usually after you do a week’s worth of work, it just becomes work. On Pirates, I never lost that sense of excitement.” Shared scenes were aplenty, as the plot intertwines the lives of Henry Turner and Jack Sparrow, with Henry hunting for the captain to enlist him on a mission to free his father. On their escapades the pair meet the empowered and educated astronomer Carina, played by Thwaites’ fellow newcomer, Kaya Scodelario. “She’s a great actress,” he gushes of his co-star. “I saw her work on Skins so I was a super fan and it’s definitely a different side of her that we’re seeing in Pirates.”

Salazar’s Revenge recruited not only new leads, but a fresh directorial duo in Joachim Rønning and Espen Sandberg. Their inclusion, in part, encouraged Thwaites to audition for the film. “I was excited that these two new directors had a new vision, a passion and excitement for the franchise,” he enthuses. “They have sharp ideas. When they say, ‘we’re going to go big,’ they’ve already got ideas about how to make it bigger.” The most extravagant scenes? “Aboard the ships when we’re doing fight scenes,” Thwaites replies eagerly, the childhood dreams of those brought up on Pirates turned reality. “They include most of the cast at one time, they have a sense of adventure, the supernatural and spectacular about them.”

With Salazar’s Revenge projected to make a cool $1 billion worldwide and Thwaites having scooped CinemaCon’s 2017 Breakthrough Performer award, (the supposed) final chapter of the Pirates of the Caribbean tale is set to end the series on the same exhilarating high it began.