Jennifer Aniston grills Sebastian Stan on THAT talking penis scene in Pam & Tommy

Jennifer Aniston grilled Sebastian Stan on the infamous talking penis scene in episode two of his Hulu series Pam & Tommy during Variety’s 30-minute Actors on Actors episode, which dropped Thursday.

In it, the Romanian-born, New York-raised 39-year-old as Mötley Crüe drummer Tommy Lee had an ecstacy-fueled conversation about monogamy with his genitalia, which was an animatronic puppet voiced by Jason Mantzoukas.

The 53-year-old Emmy winner asked, ‘How do you prepare for that? How does it read to you on the page?’

Spilling the T! Jennifer Aniston grilled Sebastian Stan on the infamous talking penis scene in episode two of his Hulu series Pam & Tommy during Variety’s 30-minute Actors on Actors episode, which dropped Thursday

‘The train of thought starts to go into panic mode. It was a tricky scene to shoot, because we didn’t know if it was really going to work – if it was going to be too much or not,’ Sebastian explained.

‘There were components, manual and prosthetics and things, and people with wires sort of plugging things into sockets.’

Jennifer exclaimed: ‘That’s crazy!’

‘Well, yeah. Look, we have the benefits of CGI. But we went old school for it, which was an interesting experience,’ Stan noted.

Surreal: In it, the Romanian-born, New York-raised 39-year-old as Mötley Crüe drummer Tommy Lee had an ecstacy-fueled conversation about monogamy with his genitalia, which was an animatronic puppet voiced by Jason Mantzoukas

Surreal: In it, the Romanian-born, New York-raised 39-year-old as Mötley Crüe drummer Tommy Lee had an ecstacy-fueled conversation about monogamy with his genitalia, which was an animatronic puppet voiced by Jason Mantzoukas

The 53-year-old Emmy winner asked, 'How do you prepare for that?  How does it read to you on the page?'

The 53-year-old Emmy winner asked, ‘How do you prepare for that? How does it read to you on the page?’

Sebastian explained: 'The train of thought starts to go into panic mode.  It was a tricky scene to shoot, because we didn't know if it was really going to work - if it was going to be too much or not'

Sebastian explained: ‘The train of thought starts to go into panic mode. It was a tricky scene to shoot, because we didn’t know if it was really going to work – if it was going to be too much or not’

Stan continued: 'There were components, manual and prosthetics and things, and people with wires sort of plugging things into sockets'

Stan continued: ‘There were components, manual and prosthetics and things, and people with wires sort of plugging things into sockets’

Jennifer exclaimed: 'That's crazy!'

Jennifer exclaimed: ‘That’s crazy!’

Aniston replied: ‘Very bold. Very brave.’

‘His penis is a character in [his 2004 memoir Tommyland] that he wrote, ‘the Fresh actor continued.

‘So the writers were tipping their hat off to that, and trying to find a creative way of how this guy would confess his love for this woman.’

Elsewhere in the interview, the Friends alum said Sebastian would’ve made a great Joey Tribbiani (Matt LeBlanc) while he identified more with Chandler Bing (Matthew Perry) ‘because I get very sort of neurotic.’

The Fresh actor continued: 'Well, yeah.  Look, we have the benefits of CGI.  But we went old school for it, which was an interesting experience'

The Fresh actor continued: ‘Well, yeah. Look, we have the benefits of CGI. But we went old school for it, which was an interesting experience’

Aniston replied: 'Very bold.  Very brave

Aniston replied: ‘Very bold. Very brave

Sebastian said: 'His penis is a character in [his 2004 memoir Tommyland] that he wrote.  So the writers were tipping their hat off to that, and trying to find a creative way of how this guy would confess his love for this woman.  So the writers were tipping their hat off to that, and trying to find a creative way of how this guy would confess his love for this woman'

Sebastian said: ‘His penis is a character in [his 2004 memoir Tommyland] that he wrote. So the writers were tipping their hat off to that, and trying to find a creative way of how this guy would confess his love for this woman. So the writers were tipping their hat off to that, and trying to find a creative way of how this guy would confess his love for this woman’

'I've gone through a lot of lonely nights with Friends': Elsewhere in the interview, the Friends alum said Stan would've made a great Joey Tribbiani (Matt LeBlanc) while he identified more with Chandler Bing (Matthew Perry) 'because I get very sort of neurotic'

‘I’ve gone through a lot of lonely nights with Friends’: Elsewhere in the interview, the Friends alum said Stan would’ve made a great Joey Tribbiani (Matt LeBlanc) while he identified more with Chandler Bing (Matthew Perry) ‘because I get very sort of neurotic’

'We're bringing them back!'  Jennifer then confessed she wanted to shoot a rom-com in Manhattan with the 355 action star, who gushed that he 'could just live in Notting Hill the movie forever'

‘We’re bringing them back!’ Jennifer then confessed she wanted to shoot a rom-com in Manhattan with the 355 action star, who gushed that he ‘could just live in Notting Hill the movie forever’

Jennifer then confessed she wanted to shoot a rom-com in Manhattan with Stan, who gushed that he ‘could just live in Notting Hill the movie forever.’

The 355 action star will next portray clever conman Max in Benjamin Caron’s thriller Sharper, which premieres in theaters and globally on Apple TV+ later this year.

The A24 film will also feature Julianne Moore, John Lithgow, Briana Middleton, and Justice Smith.

Aniston – whose first job was a Bob’s Big Boy commercial – executive produces and stars as UBA co-hosts Alexandra ‘Alex’ Levy in The Morning Show, which Apple TV+ renewed for a third season on January 10.

Up next!  Sebastian will next portray clever conman Max in Benjamin Caron's (M, pictured September 22) thriller Sharper, which premieres in theaters and globally on Apple TV+ later this year

Up next! Sebastian will next portray clever conman Max in Benjamin Caron’s (M, pictured September 22) thriller Sharper, which premieres in theaters and globally on Apple TV+ later this year

'Good morning!'  Aniston - whose first job was a Bob's Big Boy commercial - executive produces and stars as UBA co-hosts Alexandra 'Alex' Levy in The Morning Show, which Apple TV+ renewed for a third season on January 10

‘Good morning!’ Aniston – whose first job was a Bob’s Big Boy commercial – executive produces and stars as UBA co-hosts Alexandra ‘Alex’ Levy in The Morning Show, which Apple TV+ renewed for a third season on January 10

.

Leave a Comment