This Playboy Bunny’s ready to bare all.
“Hollywood” star Samara Weaving has been cast to portray ex-Playmate — and ex-girlfriend of Hugh Hefner — Holly Madison in a bombshell limited series.
The Sony Pictures Television production will be based on Madison’s revealing 2015 memoir, “Down the Rabbit Hole: Curious Adventures and Cautionary Tales of a Former Playboy Bunny,” according to TV Line.
“SMILF” alum Weaving, 28, takes on the role in a project that, according to the synopsis, goes “beyond the polished facade of the Playboy brand to depict the visceral, often deeply damaging stories of the women who entered following a dream and found themselves manipulated, controlled and abused by the machine.”
Madison, 41, was a key cast member — alongside Kendra Wilkinson and Bridget Marquardt — in the 2005 to 2009 E! reality show “The Girls Next Door,” which chronicled the exploits of several Playmates orbiting Hefner, who died at age 91 in 2017.
In her tell-all best seller, Madison discussed her first hookup with Hefner. “I have never had a more disconnected experience,” she wrote. “There was zero intimacy involved. No kissing, nothing. It was so brief that I can’t even recall what it felt like beyond having a heavy body on top of mine.”
Australian writer Marieke Hardy (“Last Man Standing”) will adapt the book for Sony TV. A network is not yet attached, but executive producers will include Madison, Olive Bridge Entertainment’s Will Gluck and Richard Schwartz and Judith Verno of Peace Out Productions.
One person who likely won’t be watching: Madison’s former “Girls Next Door” co-star Wilkinson, 35. In 2016, she slammed the “Vegas Diaries” author when People published a story in which Madison said she’d given up on being friends with her.
“Now Holly is on cover of People mag sayin she lived in fear at the mansion,” Wilkinson wrote in the first of three scathing, since-deleted tweets. “She wasn’t in fear with that d–k in her ass for a paycheck.”
Madison told Page Six at the time that she refused to take Wilkinson’s bait, which including labeling her as Hef’s “clean up girl.”
“I’ve dealt with my demons and I’ve come out ahead,” the mother-of-two, who divorced her entrepreneur husband Pasquale Rotella in 2019, said. “I can hold my head high and work hard to be the classy and kind person I aspire to be. I want no part of a one-sided argument or feud where one woman lives to demoralize and degrade another woman. For those with unresolved issues, therapy works. You should try it.”