Actress Sharon Stone was once the biggest sex symbol in all of Hollywood. As the 1996 movie “Scream” demonstrated, the very utterance of her name evoked covetous eros. However, according to Stone, the modern notion that looks mean nothing is a “big, fat, stupid lie.”
Speaking with The Telegraph, the “Basic Instinct” actress said that she began to see how much looks truly mattered the moment she started to see her own looks fading.
“It’s a big, fat, stupid lie,” she said of the notion, as reported by Fox News. “And, by the way, you don’t even realize how much they matter until they start to go.”
“I’m done letting other people tell me how my face and body are, for one thing: ‘This part is not OK’ – and those big cellulite close-ups,” she continued. “All women’s bodies have those kinds of things, but we’ve looked at too many pantyhose pictures where the models were actually young boys,