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Baywatch Movie Is 'Far Dirtier' Than The TV Show

Turns out things can (and will) get raunchier than those iconic slow-motion shots of lifeguards running along the beach.

Speaking with The Sun, Baywatch star Dwayne Johnson explained that fans will get quite a bit more vulgarity in the upcoming film than they did in the original television series. According to Johnson, the Seth Gordon-directed flick will make the most of its R-rating.

"We are far dirtier than the show ever was—obviously the show was a family show on at family time of day," he said. "But in the movie, we could [be] dirtier. I think people are going to be shocked that Baywatch has [gotten] dirty—but there are a lot of laughs."

But what exactly does the Baywatch raunch entail? A ton of body shots, apparently.

Johnson explained, "We worked hard to make sure the flesh quota was high, there's more gratuitous boobs, bums, abs, whatever per minute than you can imagine." Though he said the story and the plot of the film was important, Johnson mentioned that "sorting out [the] slow motion runs" was equally crucial.

Transforming Baywatch into a bawdy beach comedy may bode well for director Gordon, Paramount Pictures, and the film's cast. Reviving a classic small-screen franchise on a wider scale encourages creative freedom and allows the movie to stand independent of its source material, hopefully for good reason.

Alongside Johnson, who takes over the role of Mitch Buchannon from David Hasselhoff, the cast includes a handful of beach babes ready to bare all. Zac Efron portrays Matt Brody (originally played by David Charvet), and Alexandra Daddario plays Summer Quinn (previously done by Nicole Eggert). A franchise favorite, the sultry C.J. Parker, is now played by Kelly Rohrbach, though original actress Pamela Anderson is slated to make a cameo. Reportedly, The Hoff will pop up in a minor role as well.

Though the stars will jog at a glacial pace, the film itself will arrive to theaters sooner than you think. Fans can catch the beachside obscenities when Baywatch is released on May 26. Until then, check out the other movies you won't want to miss this year.