Sharon Stone reveals sordid details of 'Basic Instinct' as she bares it all for re-creation of film's iconic scene

Stone was seen posing for the cover of Vogue in a racy image featuring her floating on her back on water with her breasts exposed


                            Sharon Stone reveals sordid details of 'Basic Instinct' as she bares it all for re-creation of film's iconic scene

61-year-old Sharon Stone looked absolutely stunning as she was seen posing topless as she recreated her iconic 'Basic Instinct' scene while doing a photoshoot for Vogue. She was seen sporting a leotard and a pair of fishnet stockings for the shoot. 

Her photoshoot comes 27 years after the actual film where she was seen uncrossing her legs while commando to try and distract cops. She explained that she does not consider herself a sex symbol and shared with Vogue, "When I entered the business the term ‘f---able’ was used to see if you were employable. The studio executives sat around a large table and discussed whether or not each of us was in fact ‘f---able.’ They thought I was not."



 

"I gave this some hard thought as I wanted to work, so I did a strategically planned semi-naked Playboy shoot. Did I fit the part? Obviously not. Did I use my brain to figure out how to appear ‘f---able’? You bet. (…) So no, is the answer. I didn’t and I don’t [feel like a sex symbol]," she added. 

Stone who played the role of Catherine Tramell is seen posing for the cover photo of the magazine in a sexy snap which features her floating on her back on water with her breasts exposed. The racy image was shared by Vogue Portugal’s Editor in Chief, Sofia Lucas who censored the picture after revealing that the original picture was removed from Instagram for violating the app's nudity policy. 

Sharon Stone played the role of Catherine Tramell in 'Basic Instinct' (Source: Getty Images)

A third picture shows Stone sitting by herself while wearing a version of her memorable white dress in the film. According to The Sun, Stone who is a mother to three adopted sons shared, "Just as remarkable was how much being a mother taught me about myself. Every detail in my life became a little more magical. I’m now a single mother with three adopted sons, and it has been the great privilege of my life to raising them." 

In a previous interview, Stone had said, "You have to sit down and take a good look at yourself, particularly as you grow older and your face changes. People are afraid of changing; that they’re losing something. They don’t understand that they are also gaining something (…) I think that in the art of aging well there’s this sexuality to having those imperfections. It’s sensual."