Sharon Stone has expressed doubt over whether her cult classic Basic Instinct would be made in The movie, famous for its graphic sex scenes, follows Michael Douglas as a detective who is seduced by the prime suspect of his murder investigation, played by Stone. One of the most iconic scenes in the film sees Stone uncrossing and crossing her legs in a room full of men during an interrogation. I doubt that it would have any form of the sensationalism it had at the time. When I began my career, there were only two ways we were allowed to sit: cross at the ankles or ankles under the chair.
Sharon Stone doubts whether Basic Instinct would be made today: ‘It’s an intriguing film’
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The crossing or, technically, uncrossing of legs that shook the world has not aged at all. The mouse and the cat have never been so in heat. Catherine is the only one who enjoys the situation. Oh, and millions of spectators.
Twenty-five years ago—on March 20, —Sharon Stone introduced moviegoers to Catherine Tramell, a novelist and suspected serial killer who stabs her victims with an ice pick while engaged in acrobatic sex acts. Michael Douglas—who starred in another erotic thriller, Fatal Attraction —played her love interest, a San Francisco detective named Nick Curran. The much-delayed sequel, on the other hand, bombed at the box office. Here are 15 not-so-basic facts about the revolutionary thriller. Back in the day, spec scripts could sell for millions of dollars.
The Michael Douglas scandal -- The star of ''Basic Instinct'' responds to the controversy surrounding his work. Michael Douglas has just snuck out the back door of the premiere screening of his new, highly controversial film, Basic Instinct , at Sony Studios. The dance of decorum over, Douglas politely orders another Absolut and then dives, unapologetically, into his food.