Although we got a good look at her in Basic Instinct, Sharon Stone is
promoting middle-aged sexiness with the sequel.
By FilmStew Staff Report, FilmStew.com
After seeing a bit much of Sharon Stone in Basic Instinct, who would
have thought we could see more. But according to a WENN/IMDB report, Stone proudly
and more overtly bares all she's got in the upcoming Basic Instinct 2.
Many movie-goers have become desensitized to nudity on the big screen, but
these contemporary flagrante delicto scenes usually involve Hollywood's young
starlets. Tired of seeing middle-aged women stuck in unsexy roles, Stone, who
will be 48 when the the Instinct sequel is released, is making sure her
Catherine Trammell, who gave audiences a look at her goods in the first Basic
Instinct, is not going to fit into that mold.
"By the time the film is released, I will be 48 and I wanted to do the
nudity in a way that's quite brazen. I wanted her to be very masculine, like
a man in a steam room, and I wanted the audience to have a moment where they
realize she's naked and then realize that she's a fortysomething woman and naked.
Because we're not used to seeing that in movies. We're used to seeing Sean Connery
and his granddaughter, you know what I mean? Or Mel Gibson and his daughter."
All this comes in the wake of reports earlier this week that Stone, upon seeing
her own privates in the infamous leg-crossing scene during a screening of the
first Instinct, went into the projection booth and slapped director Paul
Verhoeven, according to contactmusic.com. "I knew that we were going to
do this leg crossing thing and I knew that we were going to allude to the concept
that I was nude, but I did not think that you would see my vagina in the scene,"
she noted "Later, when I saw it in the screening I was shocked. I think
seeing it in a room full of strangers was so disrespectful (to me) and so shocking,
so I went into the booth and slapped him (Verhoeven) and left."
We know she shamelessly promoting her own body for the second installment,
but we'll tell Basic Instinct 2 helmer Michael Caton-Jones to watch his
back just in case.