The Baywatch movie is opening this summer and Dwayne Johnson, star of the film along with Zac Efron and Alexandra Daddario, has wanted to make clear, with two months to its release, that in this ‘reboot’ there will be much more nudes than in The original series of 1989. This has affirmed it according to publishes the Sun
There are several differences between the Seth Gordon film and the fiction that starred David Hasselhoff and Pamela Anderson in the late 80’s, but the main one is its “R” rating. Johnson referred to this by talking about the schedule in which the series was broadcast. ” Baywatch was a family series issued during family time.” His words make it clear that this new version will have a much more adult tone than the title that serves as a source.
The film’s plot revolves around Mitch Buchannon (Johnson) and Matt Brody (Efron), two rescuers of opposing personalities who will have to join forces to end the criminal plot that threatens the Bay they both protect. In addition to Dwayne Johnson, the cast includes Zac Efron (Damn Neighbors), Alexandra Daddario (San Andres), Kelly Rohrbach, Ilfenesh Hadera, Jon Bass and Priyanka Chopra. Also appear David Hasselhoff and Pamela Anderson by way of cameos
Dwayne Johnson promises a lot of free nudes at Baywatch. Dwayne Johnson ensures that the new version of Baywatch will be anything but modest. After a trailer that showed that drugs, corpses, unsolved crimes and the most absurd humor will be present in the film, now Dwayne Johnson adds the nudes to the list of ‘virtues’ remake.
Something that does not surprise too much. In an interview with British midfielder Sun, Johnson has stated that “there will be as many breasts, buttocks, and abs as possible.” In addition, the actor admits that the bar as far as abs is concerned is very high: “The girls were too impressed with the body of Zac Efron for my taste”
In addition, it is hoped that some of the mythical faces of the 1990s series such as Pamela Anderson and David Hasselhoff himself make some cameos in the film whose script is written by Damian Shannon, Mark Swift, and Barry Schwartz.