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‘Pam & Tommy’ star Lily James says she never heard back from Pamela Anderson

Lily James was hopeful that Pamela Anderson would be included in Hulu’s new miniseries “Pam & Tommy,” but had no luck finding the former “Baywatch” star on board.

In her initially job interview about the eagerly awaited challenge, the “Downton Abbey” and “Cinderella” actor claimed she reached out to Anderson independently in advance of filming but did not hear back.

“I was really hopeful that she would be concerned. I desire it experienced been unique,” James just lately told Internet-a-Porter’s Porter journal. “My sole intention was to acquire treatment of the tale and to perform Pamela authentically.”

Reps for Anderson did not answer to The Times’ requests for remark.

James, 32, experienced remained hopeful until finally they began filming the series, which follows the Playboy model’s whirlwind romance with Mötley Crüe rocker Tommy Lee (performed by Sebastian Stan of “The Falcon and the Winter Soldier”).

The eight-episode confined series, which also stars Seth Rogen, Nick Offerman and Taylor Schilling, delves deep into the former couple’s particular life and chronicles the fallout from their pilfered sex tape in the 1990s.

Directed by Craig Gillespie (“I, Tonya”) and billed by Hulu as “a appreciate story, criminal offense caper and cautionary tale rolled into a person,” “Pam & Tommy,” according to the trailers, seems to make light-weight of the scandal’s invasive mother nature, which rattles James’ Anderson in a teaser but comes off as a victory for Stan’s Lee.

A shirtless man reacts to a woman biting his piercing.

Sebastian Stan as Tommy Lee and Lily James as Pamela Anderson in a marketing photograph for Hulu’s limited collection “Pam & Tommy.”

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While Lee has seemingly presented the challenge his blessing, Anderson has not immediately commented on it publicly but is reportedly not a fan.

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“When you re-build any character, you’re getting on an additional person’s lifestyle without the need of necessarily owning all the details, so I genuinely have to put substantial trust in the director,” James advised Porter. “But I want to provoke a dialogue, and I want to be section of these tries at modify. I understand a ton of it is unbelievably delicate and challenging. And so, as an actor, to a certain extent, what you do is make your self extremely open up to speak to all of that.”

James embodies Anderson at the peak of her “Baywatch” and Playboy fame amid a cultural flashpoint that permanently modified the pop-culture landscape. Anderson and Lee’s bootlegged VHS was arguably the initial celeb intercourse tape to change into a worldwide phenomenon when it went on line in the ’90s, and James believes it provoked “out of hand” world wide web and celeb lifestyle.

Even without the need of Anderson’s support, the “Mamma Mia! Below We Go Again” star put in the get the job done to re-make her for television: A 4-hour hair and makeup course of action reworked the English star’s overall look — comprehensive with a blond wig, bronze tan, upper body plate and a prosthetic bodysuit. James claimed that she hardly ever labored so really hard and found it “very releasing and liberating” to make herself vanish.

And she “hated” turning back into herself: “It was like getting stripped of all these superpowers! I’d actually savored the physicality and the sensuality, even down to the very long fingernails. There was just so a great deal character to hold on to — it was really thrilling.”

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“Pam & Tommy” begins streaming Feb. 2 on Hulu.



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Harish Yadav

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