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The 40-year-old actress, who starred in show's spinoff, 'Baywatch Nights,' felt that Pamela Anderson, Gena Lee Nolin and Carmen Electra should return to the sandy shores of Malibu, the New York Daily News reported.
But she thinks that the cast should be joined by a host of curvaceous twenty something beauties to appeal to a new generation of fans.
Harmon also reckons that Hasselhoff would get back into tip-top shape given. »
- Shiva Prakash
D'Errico, best known for playing Donna Marco on "Baywatch" and "Baywatch Nights," returned from Turkey on Wednesday (Aug. 15) empty-handed and injured. The actress released photos of her wound while still abroad, but she has not explained any details of what caused them. The actress said nothing about finding the ark.
When questioned by TMZ.com, D'Errico admitted to fearing for her life during the trip, although she did not elaborate on which dangers she faced.
Why would D'Errico want to risk life and limb just to climb a mountain and find a biblical boat? As she explains to TMZ, "I've just always wanted to climb Mt. Ararat and search for Noah's Ark. ... And I know, everybody »
Happy Birthday to The Hoff!David Hasselhoff celebrates the big 6-0 today -- and to mark the occasion, we're taking a look back at one of the roles that made him famous: "Baywatch."David played Mitch Buchannon for 11 seasons of the TV show, 2 seasons of "Baywatch Nights" and even the TV-movie "Baywatch: Hawaiian Wedding."He went on to star on "America's Got Talent," "Dancing with the Stars" and "Piranha 3Dd."At 60, Hasselhoff looks almost the same as he did back on "Baywatch" in the 90s. Check out what he and the rest of the cast look like today! Read more »
- tooFab Staff
Suggestions that the former boyband singer turned actor could join Pamela Anderson and David Hasselhoff in a big screen outing for the 90s show appear to have emanated from a report on Twitch last week. They have now been picked up across the web, though there is no word from Timberlake on the matter.
Twitch said Timberlake would play a disgraced former Olympic swimmer who tries out for the Baywatch crew. Hasselhoff and Anderson are both part of producers' plans.
Baywatch ran for 12 years until 2001, spawning spin-offs such as Baywatch Hawaii and Baywatch Nights, in which Hasselhoff joins a private-eye agency and begins investigating paranormal occurrences. A big screen iteration has been in the works for »
- Ben Child
Last month, as the fate of ABC's Gcb hung in the balance, we were worried it would become a member of the "Gone Too Soon" club, TV shows that were snuffed out before they had a chance to flourish, or at least before we had a chance to grow tired of them.
While we mourn Gcb's loss, let's take a look at more shows that were ended too quickly. They were unappreciated at the the time, but they were either too good or too ... interesting ... not to have been offered the opportunity to flourish. Or flame out. Which is just as good.
HBO (June 5, 2005 – September 4, 2005)
Lisa Kudrow could have played it safe with her follow-up series to Friends, but instead »
Cue the slow-motion running! Twitch reports that Paramount is courting singer-actor Justin Timberlake to star in their big screen Baywatch movie. The role is reportedly for a "disgraced former Olympic swimmer who tries out for the Baywatch crew." The series was a '90s television staple and was overhauled in Baywatch Hawaii as well as spinning off a police procedural Baywatch Nights and a reunion movie, Baywatch: Hawaiian Wedding. In case you were wondering if Hoff (David Hasselhoff) and Pamela Anderson get any screen time, the writer reportedly have cameo roles lined up for the duo should they want to join the new crew. Are you interested in a new Baywatch movie? Who else should run in slow-motion? Follow along on Twitter @DerrickDeane and @Fandango.
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Justin Timberlake may be channeling his inner Hoff soon for a big-screen version of Baywatch. Twitch is reporting that the singer-actor is being courted by studio Paramount to play the lead in their adaptation of the Los Angeles County lifeguard TV drama. The series was a 1990's staple, featuring David Hasselhoff and his chest hair, Pamela Anderson and her oft-talked about breasts, and other hard bodies in clingy bathing suits slow-motion running a lot. Should the Social Network star accept the role, he'd be playing a "disgraced former Olympic swimmer who tries out for the Baywatch crew." The show had an overhaul for Baywatch Hawaii, was turned into a spin-off with a police procedural edge for Baywatch Nights, and became a reunion movie on the small screen in...
- Alison Nastasi
"Hasselhoff: The Night Stalker" I dubbed “Baywatch Nights” when it aired its fabulously misguided second (and final) season. The “Baywatch” spin-off with lifeguard David Hasselhoff moonlighting as a Pi abruptly transformed into an “X-Files” wannabe with him battling the paranormal.
The results, as you are about to see, were pure trainwreck TV.
Believe it or not, there really was a time when “Baywatch” was the most watched television program in the entire world. Pamela Anderson’s (ahem) buoyancy transcended language barriers worldwide. The primary reason for the show’s global success was obvious to every red-blooded male except perhaps for producer/star David Hasselhoff. I once heard him in an interview try to claim it was the show’s storytelling that kept people coming back week after week and not because internet porn was still a few years away from being at everyone’s fingertips. Yeah, the storylines... That’s »
Perhaps it's the fact that I need to escape the onslaught of "Hunger Games" news. Perhaps it's the fact that I have a slight affinity toward the first "Piranha 3D" movie from 2010 (though, a lot of that has to do with the presence of Adam Scott). Regardless, I don't want to let the new "Piranha 3Dd" red band trailer escape into the ether without truly capturing every morsel of its greatness/awfulness before I quickly forget it even exists. In other words: Whatever! Here's my live blog of the "Piranha 3Dd" red band trailer. :02 I must admit, the actual redness of any red band trailer always freaks me out. Also: define "mature." Because that word means different things, especially if we're talking about the porn industry. :09 So far, just people having a nice time. Hey, imagine if that was the whole movie. Oh, wait, I forgot, that movie »
- Mike Ryan
Police had responded to a report of a gunshot around 4 a.m. Pst, the Associated Press reports, and Cornelius was declared dead at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center from a self-inflicted gunshot wound an hour later.
- Matt Webb Mitovich
10 items from 2012
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