Alexandra Daddario: “Baywatch” Star Talks About Bikini Confidence

ET recently talked to “Baywatch” star Alexandra Daddario about what it was like filming a movie where she’s basically in a bathing suit the entire time. Daddario revealed confidence is key.

#tbt blue steel-ing it up at the beginning of our shoot in Miami @therock Photo: @hhgarcia41

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Quotes:

“I turned 31 recently, and through my twenties, I learned that as a woman, being confident with how you look and how you feel is the most important thing.” “I think no matter what, there’s always something that you’re going to criticize about yourself. Confidence is attractive, and confidence is sexy.”

“Being in a bathing suit every day, you just had to be like, ‘OK. I’m going to put the work in and I’m doing this,'” she continued. “And yes, it sucks, I couldn’t eat a hamburger in the middle of the set, but you just sort of throw away how you feel about what you look like and just focus on the work, and that’s what I tried to do.”

The actress was pretty excited to grub out once filming finally wrapped. She’s been enjoying her favorite sweet treat — ice cream!

“I didn’t splurge while I was working, but I did get in the habit of having more ice cream every night than I normally had,” she shared. “I do have an ice cream habit that I sort of cut out for Baywatch and now I’m back on that.”

See Alexandra Daddario in “Baywatch” when it hits theaters May 25th.

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Adrienne Wilkinson: Earth Day Tweet

Actress Adrienne Wilkinson also posted an Earth Day message on her official Twitter account, @Yo_AdrienneW.

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Abbie Cornish: “6 Days” Official Trailer

The official trailer for the UK release of the Iranian hostage drama, “6 Days” starring actress Abbie Cornish. Watch it below.

Film Information:

In April 1980, six armed gunmen stormed the Iranian Embassy in Princes Gate, London, taking 26 people inside hostage. Over the next six days a tense standoff took place, all the while a group of highly trained soldiers from the SAS prepared for a raid, the likes of which the world had never seen before.

The film was shot on location in London, in and around Knightsbridge. The screenplay was written by acclaimed screenwriter Glenn Standring after extensive research and interviews with various individuals who played a key part in the days leading up to, during, and after the Embassy siege. The framework for the film largely follows the perspective of three people who played a vital part in the events at the time – hostage negotiator Max Vernon, the man responsible for communicating with the terrorists inside the building; news reporter Kate Adie, who was covering the events for the BBC and Rusty Firmin, leader of one of the SAS assault teams that entered the Iranian Embassy to end the siege.

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