Ouch! Why Is Lily James Biting Sebastian Stan's Nipple?

Sunday May 9, 2021

Sebastian Stan
Sebastian Stan  (Source:Instagram)

Sebastian Stan likes to transgress in playful ways. Recently, to promote his sexually-charged romantic drama "Monday," his buns were seen around the world when he posted an IG standing naked in a street. This was followed with with clips of nude scenes in the film, which follows the rocky relationship between Stan and Irish actress Denise Gough, who hook up in Greece and begin a relationship. "Monday" is available on VOD.

And just the other day he was seen in a pic with actress Lily James "biting his nipple ring."

If the pic has a "deja-vu" quality that's because it recreates the famous one of Pamela Anderson biting Tommy Lee's nipple. "In a new tweet sent out by the Hulu television series, James and Stan can be seen recreating an iconic photo of Anderson and Lee, who the duo will be portraying in the upcoming limited series 'Pam & Tommy'," reports ComingSoon.net "The comedic series takes on the true story behind one of the most famous relationships in Hollywood. The series currently has no release date but is expected to air sometime this year."

What the series specifically looks at is "the true story behind the release of the first ever viral video in history," writes Variety, "the sex tape of Pamela Anderson and Tommy Lee. Along with Stan and James, the series also stars Seth Rogen, Nick Offerman, Taylor Schilling, Andrew Dice Clay, Pepi Sonuga, Spencer Granese, and Mozhan Marnò. Rogen will play Rand Gauthier, the man who stole and sold the tape."

Anderson, a Playboy Playmate and a regular on "Baywatch," and Lee, the drummer from Mötley Crüe, married after "just 96 hours after meeting each other," reports Slashfilm.com. "(T)heir relationship was a constant attention grabber and the tabloids loved them. Their relationship was thrust into the spotlight in a far more intimate way when a sex tape that the two filmed during their honeymoon was stolen and leaked to the public. This was before the internet allowed it to easily spread far and wide, so it spread the old-fashioned way on video tape."

Stan also posted a pic of himself as Tommy Lee:

Watch the trailer to "Monday."