Sharon Stone was 'terrified' shooting her first nude scene. Sharon Stone was "so terrified" filming her first nude scene in the '80s because an actor watching on set yelled that he couldn't see her breasts. Nowadays in film and TV, intimacy coordinators are usually hired to help make sex scenes more comfortable for the actors, and the sets are closed to only essential members of the crew when there is sex or nudity involved. Stone discussed the importance of having those practices in place during a conversation with Hollywood star Jake Picking for Attitude magazine and revealed what happened to her on the set of movie Irreconcilable Differences.
Sharon Stone was 'terrified' shooting her first nude scene
Sharon Stone on the Need for Intimacy Coordinators in Hollywood | IndieWire
Forget every label you ever imagined for Sharon Stone. The best feature of the actress that imprinted forever in our minds that iconic leg-cross in Basic Instinct is that she is above any label. Including that pivotal moment in the history of Cinema. They thought I was not. Did I fit the part? Obviously not.
Sharon Stone talks about Hollywood, #MeToo and Basic Instinct
By Jabeen Waheed For Mailonline. Not so Basic! Sharon said she did a 'strategically planned' racy Playboy shoot in to coincide with the release of sci-fi thriller Total Recall, in which she appeared opposite Arnold Schwarzenegger, to change the perception of her as an actress. The decision worked as it led to her being cast in her most famous role - Basic Instinct. They thought I was not.
The role, which has emerged in recent years on TV series including I May Destroy You and Normal People , exists to make actors feel comfortable on set while filming sexual scenes that involve intimacy or nudity. You know when you can hear your heartbeat in your ears? The new issue of Attitude Magazine , which also features Rufus Wainwright and a special on trans lives, is on sale now.