Sharon Stone, 54, is back on the market after reportedly splitting with her much younger man, Martin Mica. The “Basic Instinct” star called it quits with the 27-year-old model just after the holidays, according to Life & Style. The pair had been dating for eight months.
Sharon Stone's spectacular private retreat in Beverly Hills is a massive, Mediterranean-style mansion that sits on five gorgeous acres. The home features a tennis court, a 20-foot grand entrance, state-of-the-art kitchen and even has hiking trails in the backyard!
Stone's incredible spread is up for sale at $8.9 million. Check it out!
“Extra’s” Jerry Penacoli caught up with actress Sharon Stone at the “Art in the City” event, benefiting A Better L.A., where she talked about her new movie with Sofia Vergara, and her plans for Mother’s Day.
"Extra" met up with "Modern Family" star Sofia Vergara in NYC as she rehearsed to host "SNL," and we got the scoop on her upcoming movie, "Fading Gigolo."
Vergara, 39, and Stone, 54, will play bisexual lovers in the film, but Vergara insisted there is "no lesbian loving... Somebody I don't know thought it was more interesting to write, 'Oh, Sharon Stone and Sofia Vergara, they have to have like a lesbian scene.'"
Actresses Sofia Vergara and Sharon Stone are pairing up as bisexual lovers in "Fading Gigolo," an upcoming comedy starring John Turturro, reports Life & Style.
The film follows Turturro as a cash-strapped guy who decides to become a gigolo as a way to make money. With his best friend acting as his pimp, the two cause a commotion in their Hasidic Jewish community.
Decked out in skintight leather with slicked-back hair, Sharon Stone knows how to work a red carpet! The actress worked it at the AARP's Movies for Grownups Awards, and declared, "It's hot to be in your 50s."
Stone, who proudly said she was 53, received a Lifetime Achievement Award from Martin Scorsese at the event, where Sharon shared a few of her secrets for looking young. "I like to live a healthy life. I like to live a spiritual life, and I'm so lucky that I have wonderful kids. I'm just crazy about [the fact] that I get to do what I love for a living."
Actress Sharon Stone graces the February/March cover of AARP magazine, speaking candidly about a decade of personal struggle, from the brain hemorrhage that nearly killed her, to coping with miscarriages, and her painful divorce and custody battle with ex-husband Phil Bronstein.
On her brain hemorrhage, the 53-year-old Stone explained, "I came out of the hospital with short- and long-term memory loss. My lower left leg was numb. I couldn't hear out of my right ear. The side of my face was falling down. I thought, 'I'll never be pretty again. Who's going to want to be around me?'"
"Mansions and Millionaires" host Michael Corbett takes a look at the gorgeous celebrity mansions on the market, including Brad Pitt's Malibu mansion, Robert Pattinson's London pad and tennis star Pete Sampras' spread.
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