Dwayne Johnson & Zac Efron in Baywatch, from Paramount Pictures

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Dwayne Johnson and Zac Efron unveil Baywatch‘s red bad trailer before the upcoming summer blockbuster hits theaters from Paramount Pictures. Flexing off their muscles and dropping f-bombs everywhere they go, The Rock and his raunchy sidekick take their hilarious bromance to all new levels.

Based on the popular television from the late ‘90s, this latest reboot follows devoted lifeguard Mitch Buchannon (Dwayne Johnson) and his brash new recruit (Zac Efron). At times, they end up butting heads, even while trying to save lives. The reluctant duo team-up when they uncover a criminal plot that threatens the future of the bay.

Check out our 5 thoughts on the Baywatch red band trailer here:

5. Roll The Cue Cards!

According to Empire, the red band trailer starts off with the former, but still popular as ever, wrestler silently flipping through each of the cue cards. The footage promises viewers that they watch footage featuring a bunch of beautiful people, including Alexandra Daddario (True Detective), supermodel Kelly Rohrbach, and Priyanka Chopra (Quantico). The Rock even manages to flash that charming smile of his.

4. She’s The Big Bad!

With so much swearing going, the Quantico leading lady manages to stand out as criminal mastermind Victoria Leeds. The stunning Miss World 2000 pageant winner only has two lines but she makes them damn memorable.

3. Alexandra Daddario Is My Queen!

Daddario was the final girl who took down Leatherface in Texas Chainsaw 3D. She then stole the spotlight from Woody Harrelson in her jaw-dropping scene from True Detective. Now the brunette starlet shows off how she truly is a real badass on the beach.

2. That’s Black Manta!

Before audiences meet the super-villain of the upcoming Aquaman movie, Yahya Abdul-Mateen II plays Sgt. Ellerbee, the tough but fair-minded police official who’s always yelling in these type of movies. Abdul-Mateen busts out the comedic chops, which is way different from his scary gangster role as Cadillac in the Netflix period drama, Get Down.

1. Let’s Watch It Again!

Baywatch hits theaters on May 25th, 2017.

– By Jorge Solis