At the halfway mark of the year, we pick the nine worst movies we saw in theaters (and one streaming exclusively on Netflix, courtesy of Adam Sandler)
After a strong start to 2017, thanks to the success of films both big (Beauty and the Beast, Fifty Shades Darker) and small (Get Out, Split), this summer has been fairly stagnant for Hollywood.
Disney’s Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales is sailing into first place at the domestic box office this weekend, but the story the numbers dictate is not one of swashbuckling heroics. Johnny Depp’s fifth outing as Jack Sparrow is looking at a three-day total of $62.2 million from 4,276 locations, and a four-day holiday weekend sum of $77 million. If not for international appeal, that would be a let down for a movie riding on a $230 million production budget.
If you see the film Baywatch, you'll see it's also an endless parade of jokes made at Zac Efron's expense by Dwayne Johnson.
Dwayne Johnson and Zac Efron star in 'Baywatch,' big-screen adaptation of '90s hit television series about lifeguards/crimefighters in tight swimsuits
'Baywatch' red-band movie trailer starts with Dwayne Johnson and Zac Efron kissing, highlights below-the-belt banter between two leads in R-rated comedy
Turns out you don't have to wait until Baywatch's May 25 release to catch Hasselhoff in his first screen role since Sharknado 4: The 4th Awakens.
Zac Efron will be showing off his insanely chiseled beach body when he co-stars opposite the equally ripped Dwayne Johnson in this May’s Baywatch, an action-comedy reboot of the 1990s TV series. Speaking to Yahoo Movies’ Kevin Polowy on the CinemaCon red carpet, Efron’s castmates Jon Bass, Kelly Rohrbach, and Priyanka Chopra confessed that, while the actor may not have found his Spanx and high heels to be altogether comfortable, he was a trooper throughout the transformation. To hear more about the Baywatch stars’ reaction to Efron’s undercover outfit, check out our video above.
The Rock is ready to dive into summertime action-comedy based on the long-running TV show centered on a team of lifeguards protecting their beach
There are plenty of sequels coming this summer, but Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson will also attempt to breathe new life into an old small-screen favorite when he hits the beach for Baywatch. Joined by his San Andreas co-star Alexandra Daddario, as well as Zac Efron and his 24-pack abs, Johnson will aim to deliver some R-rated action-comedy thrills with this reboot of the popular David Hasselhoff series. The new red-band international trailer makes the upcoming film seem like a steroidal version of — as Efron puts it — that “entertaining, but far-fetched TV show.” Watch it above.
Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson seems to be the star that can jumpstart just about any franchise, and that skill will be put to the test next summer, when he headlines a big-screen reboot of Baywatch, the cheesy lifeguard TV show that originally starred David Hasselhoff and Pamela Anderson (both of whom will cameo). The film’s debut trailer (watch it above) doesn’t disappoint on that front — especially if you like seeing Johnson’s biceps and Zac Efron’s chiseled abs.
Looks like the Rock is cooking up some fun at the beach. The global superstar and superhuman specimen otherwise known as Dwayne Johnson, has spent the last few days gleefully posting Instagram photos from the set of his big screen reboot of Baywatch.
Paramount Pictures has set a May 19, 2017, release date for Dwayne Johnson’s Baywatch, replacing Terminator 2 — which has been dropped from the schedule.
Paramount has found the actress who will step into the role Pamela Anderson made famous on the cult TV series Baywatch.
"Horrible Bosses" director Seth Gordon is ready to sign on to movie version of David Hasseloff's jiggly TV hit, which has been in development for more than a decade.