'Baywatch' Trailer Debuts Featuring a Seriously Ripped Dwayne Johnson and Zac Efron

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Get ready for some serious eye candy.

Dwayne "the Rock" Johnson debuted the highly anticipated Baywatch trailer Thursday, and it's everything you'd expect from a movie starring this year's "Sexiest Man Alive" and heartthrob Zac Efron. The semi-NSFW trailer features plenty of shots of the duo shirtless in those famous red shorts, as well as actress Alexandra Daddario and model Kelly Rohrbach also showing off their impressively toned bodies.

The Baywatch reboot stars Johnson in the Mitch Buchanan role (originally made famous by David Hasselhoff) and Efron as bad boy Matt Brody, who's brought in as a PR move to "restore the Baywatch brand." Judging by the trailer, the super tan Efron plays a character similar to his popular Neighbors role, down to the buff body and frat boy-style antics. Together, Mitch and Matt uncover a local criminal plot that threatens the future of the Bay.

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"He's sort of like the brash, young recruit," Efron told ET about his character when we visited the set in Miami, Florida, in March. "He doesn't necessarily see eye to eye with Mitch on many things."

is rated R and will hit theaters on May 19.

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ET also talked to Rohrback on the Baywatch set, who admitted to feeling the pressure for the film to live up to the iconic '90s series.

"But Seth [Gordon], our director, and our producers have been so cool in making it their own, and our own, and letting us bring what we want to it," Rohrbach, who plays C.J. Parker -- the role Pamela Anderson originally played -- told us. "It's an R-rated comedy, so it's definitely a different feel than the TV show. The TV show was a little bit melodramatic."

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