She’s a doppelgänger.
We’ve waited long enough, ever since the pictures of Lily James as Pamela Anderson and Sebastian Stan as Tommy Lee, we’ve been dying for a trailer.
The wait is over, Disney has just dropped the trailer for Pam and Tommy, the original series that’s based on the actress’s infamous sex tape with the Motley Crue drummer.
The show is set when the internet has only come into play, showing how the couple’s private and intimate video managed to go viral across the globe.
The couple filmed the sex tape in private before the VHS tape was stolen from their home by a disgruntled contractor, played by Seth Rogen, who posted it online in 1997.
In the trailer, Pam is asked if she knew anything about Tommy, to which she responds with: “I knew he was the drummer from Motley Crue… I liked his smile, I still do.”
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She also says: “Everyone wants beautiful and perfect.”
The trailer shows Seth’s character examining the stolen tape before Nick Offerman’s character says: “It’s so private.
“It’s like we’re seeing something we’re not supposed to be seeing.”
The series is produced by Seth Rogen, written by Robert Siegel and DV DeVincentis, and directed by Craig Gillespie, the man who directed I, Tonya.
Dave Franco is also an executive producer of the series.
The trailer also shows Pam saying to Tommy: “You don’t seem to understand what a big deal this is.”
To which Tommy responds: “I’m on that tape just the same as you.”
And Pam says: “But this is worse for me.”
The first three episodes of Pam and Tommy are set to air on Disney+ on February 2nd.