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The actress looks back on the moment she stopped trying to be likable, the insecurity she overcame, and her Time’s Up regret.

At age 60, Sharon Stone is having more than a moment. In January, the actress received the best reviews of her career since Casino for HBO’s Mosaic. In a starring role written specifically for her, Steven Soderbergh recast the Basic Instinct sex symbol as an accomplished children’s-book author with a naughty sense of humor, and a tragic fate. The same month, she blew collective minds by walking the Golden Globes red carpet with Mariah Carey. She served up a viral #MeToo moment in January when a TV interviewer asked whether she has ever faced sexual harassment—and Stone replied by laughing at the absurdity of the question. (After she finished, she calmly explained that she has looked like Sharon Stone for the 40 years she has been in Hollywood—so yes, she has.)

She rang in her recent birthday on a beach, looking deliriously happy alongside a handsome beau. And now she is debuting a romantic comedy, for which she managed to upgrade herself from mother-of-protagonist—the role she was initially pitched—to producer and star.

So, how is Sharon Stone these days?

“I’m pretty darn good,” the actress tells Vanity Fair by phone, a few days before said birthday. When I lament the fact that Mosaic lasted just six episodes, she asks whether we watched the limited series via app or television. (Soderbergh cut the show so that it could be viewed differently in two different formats.) I watched them on HBO, and this bothers Stone.

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Sharon Stone has a cold. Or, she may be getting one, though she’s trying her damnedest not to let that happen. “I’m not getting it,” she tells me by phone, her raspy voice even gravellier than usual. “I’m fightin’ back.”

It’s the week of Stone’s 60th birthday, and no sniffles or stray cough is going to stop the “unending” celebration. “I’m drinking Airborne and taking those things in the tube that no one can say,” she laughs. With a few days to go until her actual birthday, she’s already been thrown a “fantastic” party by her kids’ godparents and a hangover brunch the next day courtesy of her best girlfriend, then another party — “the most amazing birthday party” — from her three sons. She spent the day following our call on a beach in Miami with her boyfriend, real estate mogul Angelo Boffa, looking in good health in a string bikini and wearing what was presumed to be a diamond engagement ring.

“I thought it was going to hit me in the head like a boulder off the side of the hill while driving on Mulholland,” Stone says of the significance of turning 60. “But it seems that I’m landing on doves, because of all of the love, and just –” She pauses, then sighs contentedly. “Love. There’s so much love in my life, and it’s so touching and beautiful.” Her voice cracks as she gets momentarily emotional, before laughing it off. “It’s just so beautiful. It’s just so beautiful.”

It isn’t inconsequential that at the same age most are beginning the countdown to retirement, Stone is making what her comeback. “I’m OK with that!” she cackles. Though the actress never completely disappeared off the grid, this year sees her return in a big way, in Steven Soderbergh’s whodunit HBO series, Mosaic, and in All I Wish, out March 30, playing a flighty, fedora-wearing, aspiring fashion designer whose story unfolds on the same day each year: Her birthday. (“It’s so darling that it’s coming out on my birthday. I can’t even stand it!”)

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The actress balances comfort, style, and a generous helping of glamour in the design of the dazzling home she shares with her three sons

It seems fitting that Sharon Stone first crossed paths with her interior designer, Douglas Truesdale, in a meet-cute worthy of a Hollywood rom-com. “I was waiting in line for a protein shake when I heard someone behind me say, ‘Jeez, buddy, do you work out much?’ I turned around and it was Sharon Stone,” Truesdale recalls. Over the following weeks, the pair continued to bump into each other at their health club. Buoyed by the amiability of their exchanges, the designer decided to pass along his business card. Then came a phone call followed by a nearly four-hour dinner at a fashionable bar. Cue the lights on dimmers and Gypsy violins. “I felt like I’d found my long-lost sister. There was a real connection,” Truesdale says of that fateful evening. Asked why she’d spoken to him in the first place, Stone offers a perfectly rational reply: “He looked like he knew his way around a gym.”

Act Two of this platonic romance began with Stone seeking her new friend’s input on fabric samples. “I was redoing my guesthouse and pool at the time, and I asked Douglas’s opinion about some of the materials. We worked so well together and had so much fun that I decided we should do the rest of the house,” says the actress, who recently appeared in Steven Soderbergh’s HBO series Mosaic. And so they did, beginning with the pool area, for the next four years. “The pace was slow but deliberate. Nothing is haphazard with Sharon,” Truesdale notes.

Stone purchased the property 25 years ago, following her superstar turn in Basic Instinct. At the time, she was living in a relatively modest home without much in the way of security. “All of a sudden, there were crazy stalkers trying to get into my house. The police were there all the time, until they finally had enough,” she explains. “They told me to pack a suitcase because they were taking me to a hotel. I had to find a new home that had proper gates.”

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When Sharon Stone first received the screenplay for the romantic comedy that would become All I Wish, out in theaters March 30, the actress was asked to play the mother of the film’s 25-year-old protagonist.

Stone had another idea.

After sitting on the script for about a month, the actress called filmmaker Susan Walter with her pitch. “I said, ‘I think it would be more interesting if I play the daughter,” Stone told Vanity Fair by phone last week, sounding animated several days ahead of her 60th birthday, and months after receiving critical acclaim for her captivating performance in Steven Soderbergh’s Mosaic.

“I just didn’t feel that having a 25-year-old woman who didn’t have her life together was that perilous. The stakes would be so much higher, and it would feel more important when the protagonist’s mom gets sick if we are older, because this is what happens in real life. This is the stuff we all really have to deal with, and think about, and come to terms with. I just feel there’s so much more comedy in the truth.”

Walter agreed to cast Stone as Senna, All I Wish’s flighty, fedora-wearing protagonist, a struggling wardrobe stylist. In turn, Stone offered to help the first-time filmmaker produce and find financing for the film—which co-stars Ellen Burstyn (as Senna’s mother), Tony Goldwyn (as Senna’s love interest), and Famke Janssen (as Senna’s former employer). According to the production notes, Walter toyed with the idea of updating the script to make the character and plot details what she believed to be more age appropriate for Stone. But Stone wanted to show audiences that 50- and 60-year-olds aren’t all arthritic A.A.R.P.-commercial cautionary tales.

Explained Walter, “[Sharon’s] aware that what we see on the big screen can become our reality . . . Sharon said, ‘Don’t explain it. Just let these characters be vibrant and alive and sexy. Just do it!’ Show people in their fifties doing amazing things, she said, and audiences will subconsciously take that on. Just by seeing Sharon on-screen doing these things, feeling these feelings, falling in love, being who she is, audiences will feel that way too.”

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Bette Midler and Sharon Stone are starring in a movie version of the play “The Tale of the Allergist’s Wife.”

Andy Fickman, whose credits include “Parental Guidance” and “Game Plan,” is attached to direct. IMR will commence foreign sales at the European Film Market at the Berlin Film Festival. CAA will represent the U.S. and Canada rights.

Robert Cort (“Runaway Bride”) and Daryl Roth, who’s a producer on Broadway’s “Tale of the Allergist’s Wife,” will produce with Jeffrey Melnick as executive producer.

“The Tale of the Allergist’s Wife” is an odd-couple comedy in which will Midler play Marjorie Taub, an upper-middle-class, Upper-West-Sider in the midst of a volcanic later-life crisis. Her loving husband, an acclaimed allergist to the homeless, tries in vain to help, but everything changes with the arrival in New York of Marjorie’s fascinating and mysterious childhood friend Lee, played by Stone. As Lee becomes the Taubs’ permanent houseguest, Marjorie’s depression magically lifts — but Lee has a secret agenda.

Midler been nominated for two Academy Awards for her performances in “For the Boys” and “The Rose.” She recently took home the best actress in a musical prize at this year’s Tony Awards for “Hello, Dolly!” Midler will be reuniting with Fickman for the first time since starring in “Parental Guidance” in 2012.

Stone won a Golden Globe for her role in Martin Scorsese’s “Casino,” which also earned her an Oscar nomination. She nabbed a Primetime Emmy Award for her role in “The Practice.”

Midler is represented by CAA, David Steinberg Entertainment, and Larry Shire. Stone is also repped by CAA and Paul Nelson at Mosaic. Fickman is represented by WME and Daniel Rappaport at Management 360. [Source]

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Current Projects
Sunny (2018)
Sharon as Sunny
Genre: Crime, Thriller
Wealthy and glamorous Sunny radiates polished perfection, but beneath her sparkling society smile, Sunny is a drug kingpin, mob mistress and devoted single mother, who has an adrenaline-fueled 24 hours to clean up and get out of town before the local mob boss discovers her dysfunctional family's devastating secret.
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Mosaic (TV Series) (2018)
Sharon as Olivia Lake
Genre: Drama
A whodunit based on the murder of popular children's book author and illustrator Olivia Lake.
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What About Love (2018)
Sharon as Linda Tarlton
Genre: Drama
Two young lovers change the lives of their parents forever when the parents learn from the joyful experience of their kids, and allow themselves to again find their love.
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