"Baywatch" has apparently released a new trailer to add to what already exists for the reboot. Not only is the hype natural because of a stellar cast, but the image that the film is going for seemingly offers more than just wet and wild lifesaving.
According to The Verge, "Baywatch" could get an R-rating based on what the trailer highlighted, especially with the numerous sexual references and jokes within it. One of which is a gigantic sand castle made to look like Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson's character, Mitch Buchannon, with the big guy requesting that his "junk" be visible and be a humongous one at that.
The "Baywatch" franchise is known for its drastic display of skin through its male and female lifeguards, which the existing film will now carry through the likes of Alexandra Daddario, Kelly Rohrbach, Ilfenesh Hadera and with the special participation of Priyanka Chopra. There were already some significant inside jokes in the previous trailers, which further justifies how the flick will not only be part action but also comedic in a slightly darker and uncanny way.
Comedy stretches further as both Johnson and co-star Zac Efron were seen disguising heavily for undercover work in hilarious fashion as a woman and a chef. Nonetheless, there are still quite a lot to look out for in terms of comedy and surprises. As per Movie Web, there are other competitions that could make the journey slightly harder for "Baywatch," mostly the other films that will go alongside its release date. This includes "Alien: Covenant" and Disney's "Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales."
"Baywatch" airs on May 26, 2017, for the American territories. Fans of the original franchise can agree that the film may be slightly too comedic but will deliver in today's cinematic community properly. Stay tuned for further news and updates.