Sharon Stone Reimagines Her ‘Basic Instinct’ Pose For Cover Shoot

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• @vogueportugal Sharon Stone para a Vogue de maio, numa edição em que se quebram os #sexissues. Capa 02 de 02, a chegar às bancas. No link da bio encontra três das frases mais marcantes da entrevista exclusiva à atriz. __ @sharonstone for @vogueportugal’s may issue, a number where #sexissues are broken. Cover 02 of 02, arriving stands. link in @vogueportugal bio for three of the most meaningful quotes from the exclusive interview with the actress. #vogueportugal #sexissues #editorinchief @sofia.slucas #coverartdirection @jsantanagq #photography @branislavsimoncik #styling @paris_libby #makeup @missjobaker #hair @giannandreahair #haircolorist @brooklynstephen #words @sarovski #mayisue #outnow #nasbancas @lighthouse.publishing #Maythe4thBewithYou

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Sharon Stone is sexy as hell, and she always will be! The actress just proved it in a recent cover shoot for Vogue Portugal.

Sharon reimagined her famous scene from 1992’s Basic Instinct, doing a spread-leg pose for the magazine’s “Sex Issue.”

“Love you Vogue Portugal: what great taste, style and wonderful talent I had the pleasure of working with! Thank You!” she wrote on Instagram.

“I am sick of talking about Basic Instinct,” she confessed in the interview. “I have so many other real accomplishments, it just seems lazy to me. There are so many other valuable things to discuss. For example: can we all simply choose not to be afraid of this new dictator mentality and remember who we are and why we are here?”

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“Quando comecei nesta indústria, o termo ‘fuckable’ era usado pelos executivos para ver se tinhas perfil para conseguir um papel. Os executivos do estúdio sentavam-se à volta de uma mesa e discutiam se cada uma de nós era de facto ‘fuckable’. Eles achavam que eu não era.” Sharon Stone para a Vogue de maio, nas bancas. No link da bio há mais. __ “When I started in this industry, the term ‘fuckable’ was used by studio executives to evaluate if you had the profile to get a role. They would sit around a table and discuss wether each one of us was indeed ‘fuckable’. They thought that I wasn’t.” @sharonstone for @vogueportugal’s may issue, on stands now. Tap the link in bio for more. #vogueportugal #sexissues #editorinchief @sofia.slucas #photography @branislavsimoncik #styling @paris_libby #makeup @missjobaker #hair @giannandreahair #words @sarovski #mayisue #outnow #nasbancas @lighthouse.publishing

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