Sharon Stone to sleep with a partner and have chemistry on screen

The producer allegedly asked her to sleep with the leading lady of her in distress.

Screen goddess Sharon Stone says “#MeToo” and lashes out at Hollywood predators in her explosive memoir.

The ‘Ratched’ star details a gruesome series of sexual harassment situations she has endured over her 40-year career in her new memoir, ‘The Beauty of Living Twice,’ which will be released March 30 at Knopf.

While praising some movie executives and co-stars (especially her lead role in ‘Basic Instinct,’ Michael Douglas), Stone says an unnamed producer forced her to have sex real life with a male co-star, in an unnamed movie. , to help save the project.

The producer allegedly asked him to sleep with his struggling lead wife, the 63-year-old wrote in the book’s exclusive excerpt, in Vanity Fair.

The ‘Sliver’ and ‘The Quick and the Dead’ star says, “A producer asked me to be taken to his office, where I had scoops of milkshake in a small milk carton type container under the arm with my beak open”, he told me. . “He paced around his office with his balls falling out of his beak and rolling on the hardwood floor as he explained to me why I should fuck my co-star so we could have chemistry on the inside. screen.”

Oscar nominee for ‘Casino’, she then revealed how the Hollywood big boss claimed she ‘had sex with Ava Gardner on screen and it was so sensational. Now just the scary thought of him in the same room as Ava Gardner got me thinking.”

Despite the actor’s endorsement on his contracts, Stone claimed film producers repeatedly ignored her to “cast whoever they wanted.” To my dismay sometimes. The actress also details how the producer in question really insisted on casting this actor, even “when he couldn’t get an entire scene out on the test.”

“Do you think if I fuck him, he will become a good actor? No one is so good in bed. I felt like they could have cast a talented co-star, someone who could do the scene and remember lines for him. I also felt like they could fuck him themselves and leave me out of it. It was my job to act and I said so.”

The anonymous player is believed by some to be the producer of Stone’s “Sliver,” the late Robert Evans of “The Godfather,” who was previously an actor who co-starred with Gardner in 1957’s “The Sun Also Rises.” Evans died aged 89 in 2019 after a late career resurgence as the subject of the acclaimed documentary based on his own memoir, ‘The Kid Stays in the Picture’.

Of course, Stone wrote that she turned down the offer to help save the movie with her body.


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