Pam and Tommy is a biographical mini-series starring Lily James and Sebastian Stan. It is based on the messy short-lived marriage between Pamela Anderson and Tommy Lee. Pamela Anderson was the biggest television star back in the 90s but a Video put her in a scandal. This Canadian bombshell got her fame from the Hit tv show, Baywatch. Tommy Lee was the drummer of the band Motley Crue. The transformation of James and Stand as Pam and Tommy is uncanny. I don’t see any traces of Cinderella and Winter Soldier anymore. Both actors transformed into the younger versions of the people they portray. Kudos to the make-up and styling department of this Hulu original.
Seth Rogen produced this series, He is not new with biopics. He was also the man behind the Tommy Wiseau Biopic The Disaster Artist. Pam and Tommy will explain how the sex tape between the former power couple ends up leaking. Back then, Celebrity sex tapes are not that common. Now celebrities intentionally “leaks” sex tapes online as a way to extend their fame. Heck, now we have celebrities in Onlyfans.
Pamela Anderson who already quits Social media does not approve of this show. She thinks Pam and Tommy see her as a caricature or parody.
It was done without her permission. She believes this show treats her marriage with her ex as a center of ridicule and joke. Even if she will not file a lawsuit, she is not interested in watching this series.
Tommy Lee is okay about this series even if he will not receive royalties from it. Sebastian Stan who is a friend of his contacted him that he will play him on tv. He gave him the approval and he trust him as an actor. Pam and Tommy will be coming to Hulu this February 22 next year.
Dark Star Pictures will soon be releasing the Australian biopic Acute Misfortune in the US. Both theatrical and digital releases are planned, though the “theatrical” releases will be virtual. Acute Misfortune is the life story of the controversial and tortured Aussie artist Adam Cullen. The film is based on Erik
I’m the kind of person who likes comedy, fantasy, animation, puppetry, and of course, explosions. So in general, biographies don’t excite me. But I absolutely could not pass up Jim Henson: The Biography, by Brian Jay Jones. I grew up on Jim Henson’s creations. Though I was only two years