In the heap of superhero content, it’s always good to see some original content get some attention. Robert Siegel’s Pam & Tommy follows the controversial life of Pamela Anderson and Mötley Crüe drummer Tommy Lee, portrayed by Lily James and Sebastian Stan.
Both critics and audience were pleased with the show and the actor’s performance. Considering the tumultuous life of Pamela Anderson and Tommy Lee, many were impressed that the actors were able to depict the character with such proficiency.
Sebastian Stan’s hilarious talking penis scene
In a truthful depiction of Tommy Lee’s memoir, Sebastian Stan can be seen standing fully naked and chatting with his penis in the second episode of the Hulu series. The funny scene was realized using both special and visual effects.
The showrunners believed the bold scene was essential to be a part of the show. The penis in the scene was voiced by Jason Mantzoukas well-known for playing Adrian Pimento in Brooklyn Nine-Nine, and was credited on IMDb as ‘Tommy Lee’s Penis.’
Chris Evans was seriously considered to play the role of MCU co-star Sebastian Stan’s penis
In something that could’ve been, the 39-year-old actor revealed that showrunners wanted his MCU co-star Chris Evans to voice Tommy Lee’s Penis primarily. Even though a small cameo, it would’ve been a hilarious reunion.
In reaction to the idea, the Winter Solider actor revealed that he found the whole concept hilarious and could muster up the courage to ask him. Further commenting on the same, the actor spoke in an interview with Awards Daily:
“We didn’t know who we were going to get at that point. The guys, I think, called me at one point and were like, ‘What do you think? Do you think Chris Evans would do this with you?’ I was like, ‘I’m not calling him, OK? I can’t ask him to do this.'”
Even though not confirmed, we can only suspect that the show’s creators reached out to the Captain America actor. It would’ve been fun to see the actor in collaboration outside of the MCU movies since their last stint in Avengers: Endgame.
Pam & Tommy is now streaming online on Hulu
Source: Screen Rant