Considering Pamela Anderson appears to have barely aged in the more than two decades since she first began her modeling career, it wouldn't come as a surprise to find out that she had the super power of immortal life. The actress put her figure on display in a dazzling outfit, which featured her perched precariously on a ledge.
49-year-old Anderson sported an incredibly tight leather outfit, which she paired with gloves and thigh-high boots.
The ensemble also featured a plunging neckline, showing off massive amounts of cleavage that led to the actress becoming a household name in the '90s.
Starring as C.J. Parker on the beach-themed show Baywatch, Anderson regularly squeezed into an incredibly small red bathing suit, the official wardrobe of the beach patrol.
The series was so successful that Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson is reviving the premise into a feature film, which also stars Zac Efron, later this year.
The daring outfit made for a good photo opportunity, but it's far from being the first time Anderson has played a superhero.
Scroll down to see the other times Anderson embraced comic books!
In 2008, the parody film Superhero Movie hit theaters, setting its sights on mocking the trend of movies featuring superheroics. In it, Anderson made a brief appearance as a character that mocked Sue Storm from the Fantastic Four.
At the time, the biggest superhero movies were films like X-Men, Fantastic Four, and Batman Begins.
Since the film's release, franchises like Iron Man, Guardians of the Galaxy, and Man of Steel have gone on to dominate the world of movies, but they hadn't been released when this send-up debuted.
Many of the jokes lampooned what had been seen in Sam Raimi's Spider-Man and Christopher Nolan's Batman Begins, in addition to classic superhero stories. The filmmakers behind the parody were also responsible for the Scary Movie franchise, which also included Epic Movie and A Haunted House.0comments
Anderson was no stranger to the world of comic book heroes, as she had previously played the main character in Barb Wire, about a mercenary in a dystopian world that was as deadly as she was gorgeous.
The adult-oriented film didn't resonate with audiences or critics, although the image of Anderson in tight leather and wielding guns is one that's stuck with her most loyal fans.prev