Friday, November 20, 2015

Alexandra Daddario Joins BAYWATCH Movie

Alexandra Daddario
Alexandra Daddario ("San Andreas") has officially joined the cast of the "Baywatch" movie directed by "Horrible Bosses" helmer Seth Gordon.

Dwayne Johnson ("Furious 7") and Zac Efron ("Neighbors") star in the lead roles as a very serious lifeguard and his young hothead protégé who struggle to save their California beach from an oil tycoon who threatens to destroy it. The film is said to be an R-rated comedy that will introduce the characters of the 1992 TV series to a new generation.

Daddario is set to star as Summer Quinn, the role previously played by Nicole Eggert between 1992 and 1996. The contenders that the actress beat out include Nina Dobrev and Ashley Benson. Johnson and Daddario previously played father and daughter in the disaster flick "San Andreas". The Rock, who announced Daddario's casting via Instagram, also hinted at the casting of C.J. Parker (below), a character that was played by Pamela Anderson in the TV series.

IT'S OFFICIAL: Want to welcome the talented and gorgeous @alexannadaddario to the cast of #BAYWATCH for the role of "Summer". Alex is a one of kind woman (I know from experience) and can't wait for you guys to see her own the role. The female roles of #BAYWATCH have become extremely hot properties around Hollywood and as promised, the quality women we'll cast are stepping into these roles to have fun and make them iconic for the world to enjoy. The #BaywatchFamily so far consists of a tatted up bald guy named Rock, the cool, yet extremely unattractive @zacefron, the talented and gorgeous Alexandra Daddario...and some big casting announcements coming soon. And juuuuust wait til you guys see who we cast for the iconic role of "CJ Parker"....👀 #CueSlowMotionRunningDownTheBeach #WhosPuttingTanningOilOnMyBack? #OrMyFront #BAYWATCH 👊🏾🌊

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