-Sharon Stone covers "Town & Country" to discuss her role in the Netflix film "Ratched" and her career.
-Stone on negotiating about a monkey with Ryan Murphy for the film "Ratched". Stone:"I was like, 'No,Ryan,no. I can't have a monkey. I'm like,' I worked with leopards in Africa. I'm comfortable with leopards.' Murphy insisted Stone's character had to have a monkey. Stone told him she had to cast the monkey herself. Murphy told her about a great monkey that worked on POTC film. Stone:"I'm like,'Let's get the monkey in. Can I please meet the monkey at my house.'
-Stone speaks of meeting famed set and jewelry designer Tony Duquette when the police tired of responding to trespassers on her property and requested she move to a gated community in the 90's. She says Duquette, her new neighbor,lent her furniture which included pieces from "The King and I"
-Stone on alleged sexually harassment at the height of her career .Stone:"He'd tell me I should sit on his lap to get direction for the scene.And when I told him I was not going to sit on his lap, he would send me back to my trailer.And that was just the way it was." (When contacted the director denied Stone's claim)
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The cast of "Ratched" for "Enigma"
T&C’s October 2020 issue is here! On the cover is the inimitable @sharonstone. Decades after her breakthrough role in “Basic Instinct,” Stone has proven that she’s done with Hollywood's monkey business—mostly. Click 👇 for her interview w/ @hunteryharrishttps://t.co/Cn00bYhIRT pic.twitter.com/gswCi3y4zm— TOWN&COUNTRY (@TandCmag) September 16, 2020