Get to Know the Big Screen Babes of BAYWATCH

Babes of Baywatch
More than the men, "Baywatch" has always been defined by the ladies. Same as before, three feisty women – Alexandra Daddario, Kelly Rohrbach and Ilfenesh Hadera – play essential and iconic members of the Emerald Bay lifeguard team in the big-screen reinvention of "Baywatch". Get to know these three women more intently in their very own short descriptions below:
Baywatch - Alexandra Daddario
Alexandra Daddario plays hyper-competent aspiring lifeguard Summer Quinn. “Summer really gives Brody (Zac Efron) a run for his money because she’s smart and tough and really bests him in every interaction” director Seth Gordon explains.
Baywatch - Kelly Rohrbach
Sports Illustrated swimsuit model Kelly Rohrbach plays free-spirited C.J. Parker, the role made famous by the legendary Pamela Anderson. The character’s cultural significance was not lost on Rohrbach, a lifelong fan of the series. “My sisters think it’s hilarious because Baywatch was the only thing we watched growing up.” Rohrbach recounts. Like Anderson before her, Rohrbach provides many of Baywatch’s famous slo-mo running scenes. “Something Seth came up with that I think is brilliant is whenever anyone sees C.J. running, she seems to be in slow motion,” says Flynn. “It’s one of the best-remembered parts of the show, and I have no doubt they’re going to be some of the best-remembered scenes of the movie.”
Baywatch - Ilfenesh Hadera
Ilfenesh Hadera plays Stephanie Holden, Mitch’s (Dwayne Johnson) highly regimented, by-the-book second in command. “If Mitch is the group’s father figure, Stephanie would be their mom,” says Hadera. “She’s a little older, wiser and there to crack the whip, but also takes the less experienced lifeguards under her wing.”

"Baywatch" follows devoted lifeguard Mitch Buchannon as he butts heads with a brash new recruit Brody. Together, they uncover a local criminal plot that threatens the future of the Bay. "Baywatch" is distributed in the Philippines by United International Pictures through Columbia Pictures and opens May 31, 2017.

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