The women of Baywatch are proud of the upcoming remake.
“The women are badass, they’re strong, they’re professional. They don’t take crap from anybody. It’s probably the strongest female cast I’ve seen in a long time,” Kelly Rohrbach tells PEOPLE at the New York City premiere, hosted by Cinema Society.
“You’ll see that the men are more objectified than the women,” Rohrbach says.
“If you say, it’s just the women who are being objectified … if you look at Dwayne and Zac, no one is saying, ‘Oh, they’re setting a bad body image [example] for men,’ ” she says. “So I think just asking the question doesn’t make sense, because in the context of the story, that’s the point of the joke, it’s that everyone is supernaturally good looking. And that’s part of poking fun at Baywatch. And I think Zac put more effort into his body that any of us. It’s the men and the women.”
Ilfenesh Hadera agrees with Daddario that no one — men or women — should idolize their bodies, because it’s unrealistic.
“We had trainers at our beck and call. We had catering; everything was prepared fresh and healthy. That level of fitness is not sustainable in real life,” Hadera says. “In my own life after we wrapped, I’ve kind of had to get less crazy about trying to keep in my Baywatch shape. It’s just not real. For most people, there’s just no time for that.”
“I hope that women don’t think we’re saying in order to be sexy or attractive you’ve got to have full breasts, which I don’t, and a 24-inch waistline.”
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