Alexandra Daddario To Star As Female Lead In ‘Baywatch’ Movie
The news is out; the actress to star in Paramount’s “Baywatch” movie as the leading lady is Alexandra Daddario. She would be starring opposite to Dwayne Johnson and Zac Efron who have their own popularity in Hollywood. The movie ‘Baywatch’ would be an adaptation of ‘Baywatch’ TV series, which used be aired from 1989-2001. The upcoming movie would be directed by Seth Gordon. Read to find more insights!
According to Variety, the 43-year-old Johnson has confirmed that 29-year-old Daddario with whom he has shared the screen in “San Andreas” would become the part of “Baywatch” movie. She would play the role of “Summer” that had been played by Nicole Eggert in the “Baywatch” TV show.
Johnson, who is also known to many fans as The Rock, lately posted a picture on Instagram along with a short message. He disclosed that apart from Daddario, an announcement would soon be made for another actress who would play the role of C.J Parker. Those who have watched “Baywatch” series know it is the same character role that was played by Pamela Anderson in the series.
According to Screen Rant, it is the third big announcement that Daddario would be starring in ‘Baywatch’ movie. The two other big announcements about the film that have generated a lot of excitement were the news that Johnson and Efron would also act in the film.
The outlet reported that The Rock and Daddario have shared a father and daughter relationship in “San Andreas” but nothing has been revealed yet which kind of screen relationship they would share in “Baywatch” movie.
According to The Wrap, The Rock is a veteran lifeguard in the movie who is required to team up with Efron who is younger to him. The objective is to save the beach from some kind of environmental catastrophe. The movie would reach the cinema halls in 2016 as reported by the outlet.
The screen play would be written by Damian Shannon and Mark Swift. The film is being produced by Beau Flynn and Ivan Reitman.
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