It seems Dwayne Johnson and model Kelly Rohrbach are getting along just fine as the two main stars of the upcoming 'Baywatch' re-boot, and they're showing the love on Instagram with a set of satirical videos. It's safe to say these guys know how to avoid taking themselves too seriously.

Dwayne JohnsonDwayne Johnson jokes around with 'Baywatch' co-star Kelly Rohrbach

At the moment, it's up in the air whether or not the new 'Baywatch' film will be a success or a major flop, but Johnson and Rohrbach are showing us all it's just a bit of fun either way. On his Instagram page, Johnson shared three parody videos of the making of 'Baywatch', featuring the stars getting a little frustrated with each other.

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'A pleasure welcoming Kelly Rohrbach to our 'Baywatch' family for the iconic role of "CJ Parker"', The Rock said on the social networking app. 'Yes, she's a walking smoke stack but more importantly... she's smart, tough and funny. Just the way we like 'em. Get ready world, we can't wait to bring you our generation's 'Baywatch'! You'll have fun...'. The comment was accompanied by a video showing Rohrbach in a red bathing suit claiming, in character, to not be able to swim before getting confused as to whether or not she was meant to be in character and admitting that she can actually swim. 

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Another clip, captioned 'For our 'Baywatch' and the iconic role of "CJ Parker" I had to make sure Kelly Rohrbach was... tough', they are seen doing the iconic slow-motion run across the beach to the tune of 'Chariots of Fire', before Johnson pushes her over and the song fades to Drake's 'Hotline Bling'.

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Under the caption 'For our 'Baywatch' and the iconic role of "CJ Parker" I had to make sure Kelly Rohrbach was ridiculously sexy running in SLO-MO...', was another slow-motion running video. Though this time it sees Rohrbach explaining to Johnson that the slow-motion effect was an app and he didn't actually have to pretend to run in slow-mo.

'Baywatch' marks Rohrbach's first big movie, though she has also completed work on an as-yet-untitled project of Woody Allen's.