Pam & Tommy Filmed A Lot More Barb Wire Movie Scenes Than They Showed

Lily James reveals that the Hulu series Pam & Tommy filmed a lot more scenes recreating Barb Wire than what ended up being shown onscreen. Pam & Tommy is a Hulu biopic series that follows the marriage of Pamela Anderson (James) and Mötley Crüe drummer Tommy Lee (Sebastian Stan). When one of their sex tapes is stolen and leaked onto the internet, they become the subject of one of the very first scandals of its kind. The rest of the cast, playing real-life figures that surrounded Pam and Tommy, includes Nick Offerman, Seth Rogen, Taylor Schilling, Fred Hechinger, and Andrew Dice Clay.

In the most recent episode of Pam & Tommy, titled "Destroyer of Worlds," the ill-fated couple is preparing for the premiere of Anderson's newest film project, the 1996 action film Barb Wire. Although Anderson hopes that the film will help lift her career out of her TV trenches, she is upset when the film is panned and people begin to joke that her sex tape was a better movie. The episode, which was directed by Lake Bell, featured a glimpse at Lily James recreating key moments from Pamela Anderson's performance as the title character Barb Wire.

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While speaking with EW, Lily James revealed that there is even more Barb Wire material on the cutting room floor. Ultimately, not too much of the movie is shown in the episode, in favor of following Anderson's reaction to its reception. However, James reveals that she "loved doing the Barb Wire stuff" and she "shot whole scenes" that weren't included in the final episode. Read her full quote below:

I loved doing the Barb Wire stuff. There's so much more than what you see in the show. I got so into it, I love that movie. I shot whole scenes.

There is one episode left of Pam & Tommy, so it's entirely possible that fans will be able to get a glimpse at more clips when it airs next week. That episode, which will follow an internet entrepreneur who arrives to shake things up, will have a lot of wrapping up to do, however. The Barb Wire storyline may be well and truly over, depending on what direction the episode ultimately ends up going.

Regardless, Pam & Tommy certainly has an excellent collection of deleted scenes on its hands should the show ever get a proper home media release. That treatment isn't given to every Hulu original series, but the popularity of the show is such that it may get the opportunity to grace shelves along with series like their dystopian drama The Handmaid's Tale. Whatever happens with the project, fans can certainly hold out hope that the scenes will find their way to the public somehow.

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Source: EW

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