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Dwayne Johnson has become such a huge star that it may be hard to keep up with every single thing he has in production. But anyone who follows him on any form of social media has probably noticed he's been working on the new Baywatch movie. As of today, production has wrapped on the rated R comedy. The Rock officially announced the news first to his social media followers, with the TV adaptation due in theaters May 19, 2017. Dwayne Johnson seemed enthusiastic, saying this.
"That's an official wrap! We had a blast pushing the rated R envelope on this one. See ya next summer! #Baywatch."
In addition to the announcement that production on the film has wrapped, the studio also released the first official image, courtesy of EW, featuring the movie's primary cast in the style of a postcard, which is kindly reminding fans that they will "see you next summer. »
The Hoff is back home! David Hasselhoff, 63, was recently spotted filming the new Baywatch movie in Savannah, Ga with cast member Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson, 43, almost 16 years after the hit syndicated series that inspired the film ended its 11-season run. The two were seen running down a beach wearing red swim trunks—a signature scene for the franchise. Hasselhoff was shirtless, bare-footed and carried a matching rescue can, while Johnson wore a navy shirt over his trunks, blue sneakers and green sunglasses. Hasselhoff played head lifeguard Mitch Buchannon on the show, on spinoff Baywatch nights in the '90s and in a 2003 TV movie. Johnson takes over his »
“Fuller House” isn’t the only reboot of former ABC sitcom “Full House.” John Stamos, Bob Saget, and Dave Coulier promoted the fictional TV show “Full House Nights” in a sketch on “The Late Show with Stephen Colbert.” “It’s a more updated, gritty ‘Full House’ reboot,” Saget said. Saget, Stamos, and Coulier play roommate detectives who go out in the streets of San Francisco to solve crimes. The bit features the three actors as their “Full House” characters and satirizes the long-forgotten 1990s “Baywatch” spin-off “Baywatch Nights.” Colbert appears as a drug dealer in the sketch. “We know you’re using the girls as your drug mules,” Coulier said in his Bullwinkle voice. “One of them Od’d in the airport.” “Full House Nights” even reimagines the ’90s show’s theme song as a much darker, grimmer tune. Check out the full clip of “Full House Nights” below. Want a career in comedy? »
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