Sharon Stone, the actress best known for her roles in Basic Instinct and Total Recall, is delighting fans with the news of her upcoming on-screen reunion which is sure to bring back memories for many. According to Ecumenical News, rumors are circulating that Sharon Stone was recently cast in the Ant-Man sequel to play the original Wasp, which is the wife of Michael Douglas‘ Hank Pym.
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While she didn’t give away many hints about her role in the movie, many believe that she could be the original Wasp due to her choice of wording when she spoke about her upcoming role, saying that she had a “wee” part in the movie. Fans immediately took to the internet and rumors started circulating that Sharon Stone’s choice of words was deliberate and that she would literally be playing someone who is small in size in the film.
Given that the Wasp had shrunk down indefinitely in the events predating the first Ant-Man film, the choice of wording is more than appropriate. There is no official word from Marvel on Sharon Stone’s role, but another Wasp is already scheduled to be teaming up with another Ant-Man, through Evangeline Lily who will also be starring opposite Paul Rudd. In the events of the film, Wasp went subatomic to disarm a rocket. Scott Lang also went subatomic to save his daughter from Yellow Jacket, but Ant-Man’s ability to come back in regular size opens up the door for Wasp to potentially make a return in the sequel.
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Sharon Stone also spoke about her private life and said that at her age, she is looking for a more serious relationship. Going through two divorces in the past, the Lovelace actress is no longer looking for anything casual. According to ET Online, Sharon Stone wants a more serious relationship and she admits that she does not want to waste time just going on dates or sleeping with just anybody.
Sharon Stone wore her husbands shirt & a Vera Wang Skirt to The Oscars in 1998 pic.twitter.com/QcroZzdtkN
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Sharon Stone spoke on what she looks for in a man, and how her desires have changed since her younger days.
“At this point, I get more satisfaction — physically, spiritually, emotionally — from a smile, a laugh, a warm conversation or a really sexy look. You know the way a man can look at you? Where you know he really sees you? I don’t want to be with someone unless it’s like that.”
Stone also does not believe in the stereotype of aging celebrities in Hollywood, saying that she refuses to accept that older actresses have to be “dowdy,” with a terrible hairstyle and wearing “Easter candy-colored clothes.”
At 58-years-old, Sharon Stone is still undoubtedly beautiful, and she has no qualms about her natural beauty. According to People Style, Sharon Stone hosted the Hotbed Benefit in Tiburon, California earlier this year while wearing a Tony Ward gown that showed off her slim figure.
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According to Foods 4 Better Health, Sharon Stone’s slim figure can be attributed to her low GI diet, a well-thought-out workout routine, and plenty of time and effort.
Despite being one of the most beautiful, classical actresses in the business, Sharon Stone still does not shy away from making self-deprecating jokes about herself.
“I’m aware that my a** looks like a bag of flapjacks, it’s also good to like the airbrusher.”
She also has an inherent confidence in herself and a happy outlook that adds to her natural radiance. Speaking about her confidence and her belief in herself, the Casino actress recalled that she reached a point where she asked herself what really should be considered “sexy.”
“It’s not just the elevation of your boobs. It’s being present and having fun and liking yourself enough to like the person that’s with you.”
For Sharon Stone, her decades as a Hollywood starlet has taught her an incredibly important lesson about the pursuit of happiness.
“The key to happiness is to first accept yourself.”
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