Baywatch revived as a movie again with Pamela Anderson and The Hoff… but not as you’d expect

After being rebooted (somewhat unsuccessfully) for the big screen by Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson, there’s another Baywatch movie in the works, but this one’s a little different.

The Hollywood Reporter has confirmed that Baywatch: The Documentary is coming, from the duo behind Public Figure, Matthew Felker and Brian Corso.

The film will take an in-depth look at the ’90s TV series, which became a culture phenomenon, and feature interviews with cast members.

“We want to show the audience how it culturally shaped an entire decade,” Felker said. “The look and feel and tone of Baywatch bled into everything ’90s. Baywatch is about as synonymous with a decade as the Kardashians are to today’s current pop culture.”

Cast members already confirmed for interviews are David Hasselhoff, Nicole Eggert, David Chokachi, Alexandra Paul, Erika Eleniak, Gena Lee Nolin Hulse, Jason Simmons and Jeremy Jackson.

While producers are said to be looking to add Pamela Anderson, Carmen Electra and Michael Bergin to the list.

Speaking about his time on the series, Hasselhoff said: “What a phenomenal experience it was to be part of the Baywatch journey from the show’s first season being cancelled to lasting over 10 years to being rebooted some 30 years later.

“I am honoured and proud of the work our cast and crew did together. Baywatch is truly a spectacular worldwide hit and has affected millions of people and saved a lot of lives. Heart, humour and action! Baywatch forever!”

source: Digital Spy

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