Pamela Anderson-Tommy Lee Series: Get ready to watch the biographical series of one of the most controversial couples in Hollywood. Hulu is making Pamela Anderson-Tommy Lee biographical mini-series.
In an upcoming mini-series of Hulu, Lily James and Sebastian Stan play ‘Baywatch‘ actress Pamela Anderson and Mötley Crüe drummer Tommy Lee.
The turbulent relationship of the pair was tabloid gold, especially when they stole and made public their sex tape from their honeymoon.
The project is created by Seth Rogen and the man who stole the tape is set to play. Craig Gillespie, the editor of “I, Tonya” heads a series written by Rob Siegel.
Other suppliers include Evan Goldberg and Dave Franco. In the spring of 2021, the series will begin filming.
Deadline first announced the news and confirmed that their whirlwind relationship, shotgun wedding, the leaked sex tape and the legal battle around its publication would be the subject of the story.
After being robbed from their house by an electrician, the sex tape Lee made with Anderson during their 1998 honeymoon ended up making its way online. Pamela sued the production firm later, but ended up settling, and as a result, the tape appeared to be available online. In less than 12 months, the tape allegedly generated $77 million. However, Pamela denied making any money from the tape and referred it as “Stolen Property”.
Reportedly, Anderson and Lee are not interested in the making of the film, but realize that it is in progress. After four days of knowing each other, the real-life couple married on February 19, 1995.
Together, they have two sons, Brandon Thomas, 24, and Dylan Jagger, 23.
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During the marriage, after attacking Anderson, Lee was investigated for spousal violence. He pled no guilty and was sentenced to six months in prison. In 1998, the pair divorced.
James is better known for his appearance in “Cinderella” and “Mamma Mia!” In the Marvel franchise “Captain America.” Stan is best known for portraying the Winter Soldier.
He’s reprising the role in the “Falcon and the Winter Soldier” series premiering in 2021 on Disney+.