Oscar nominee Sharon Stone has revealed that she was once called “difficult” and that it caused significant damage to her career.
“I’m just excited to see where I belong in the world, to see where my trip is going,” the 63-year-old former Basic Instinct told the WSJ. Magazine’s Lane Florsheim.
“I think when I said all these things – that now Kamala Harris, our fabulous vice president, and Michelle Obama and Hillary Clinton are now discussing greedily – women’s rights, [it] made my film career quite difficult.
“Can this wounded warrior be accepted into her industry?” Oscar nominee Sharon Stone revealed that she was once called ‘difficult’ and that it hurt her career (pictured Friday)
“People found me ‘difficult’ because I asked for these things and expected to get those things that I thought were right and appropriate for myself and for other women.”
Sharon continued, “It hurt me and my reputation among my colleagues at the company. [am waiting] to see at this point now is that [gender equality] becomes the standard rate, [will] I would be accepted back into my film community because I had that great thing President Obama talked about, which is daring?
“I was ready to bang my head against the glass ceiling. I’ll have to see if this wounded warrior can be accepted into her industry or if I will have to move somewhere else.
Stone also admitted that she felt like she had “really ugly hair” and preferred ’70s-inspired hippie clothes to sexy bustiers and heels.
The 63-year-old Basic Instinct alumnus (pictured May 3) told the WSJ. Lane Florsheim of the magazine: “I asked for these things and expected to get these things that I thought were correct and appropriate… I was ready to bang my head against the glass ceiling”
“I bleach it often, obviously”: Sharon also admitted that she felt like she had “really awful hair” and preferred a 70s-inspired hippie outfit to sexy bustiers (pictured Friday)
“We have board contests to see who can board the longest”: Stone discovered a fun way to incorporate her three sons (from LR, pictured in 2019) – Laird, 16; Quinn, 15; and Roan, 21 – in his training schedule
‘It really brings your whole body together’: The intelligent blonde Buddhist also regularly does squats and swimming to maintain her enviable 5-foot-9 figure (pictured June 26)
‘I often bleach [my hair], obviously, ”explained the intelligent blond Buddhist.
“I don’t really like to be uncomfortable, so I’m not one of those people you will often see in a bustier, uncomfortable shoes – really hard gear to wear. I like clothes that are simple and clean and are structurally and architecturally interesting. I like hippie clothes.
Sharon discovered a fun way to fit in with her three sons – Laird, 16; Quinn, 15; and Roan, 21 – in his training regimen.
“We have plank contests to see who can floor the longest,” Stone said. “They can board for half an hour.
Creativity: On Monday Sharon posted that she “featured my painting” using blank canvases and watercolors
Brush in hand: This is a hobby Stone discovered at age 15 while studying on a Creative Writing Scholarship at the University of Edinboro in Pennsylvania
The author of Beauty of Living Twice also does regular squats and swimming to maintain her enviable 5ft 9in figure.
“I think squats are really important. If you do squats every day it really brings your whole body together, ”noted Sharon.
‘I really like swimming, and I find that [the] The butterfly is a really good overall workout for me, and a move that really works for my body in general. ‘
On Monday, Stone posted that she was “starting my painting” using blank canvases and watercolors.
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It’s a hobby that songwriter Never Before acquired at the age of 15 while studying on a Creative Writing Scholarship at the University of Edinboro in Pennsylvania.
According to IMDb, Sharon’s 21-year-old son Roan will make his acting debut opposite her in Klaus Menzel’s long-delayed film What About Love, which was set in 2012.
The Europe-wide romantic drama – now set to hit US theaters on February 11, 2022 – also stars Andy Garcia, Kamaliya, Marielle Jaffe and Miguel Ángel Muñoz.
Stone will also star in Andrew Dosunmu Beauty’s LGBT romantic drama written by Lena Waithe, which will air later this year on Netflix.
But first, British audiences can see the Ratched star’s cameo as herself in the Billy Crystal Here Today directorial effort starting September 3.