The raunchy photos come almost 30 years after her Basic Instinct role.
Sharon Stone, 61, gives fans a flashback to Basic Instinct days
ACTRESS Sharon Stone still looks the part as she strikes her infamous pose from Basic Instinct.
But the Hollywood star, 61, made sure to wear a leotard in-case she flashed more than thighs through her fishnet stockings in a photo shoot for Vogue.
The 61-year-old star posed topless in the new shoot
Her spread comes 27 years since the cult film in which she un-crossed her legs while commando to distract cops
Other cheeky throwbacks by cover star Sharon, who played killer Catherine Trammell, include flashing her chest and rear as she did during romps in the 1992 film with Detective Nick Curran, played by Michael Douglas, now 74
She is currently filming Netflix series Ratched, an adaptation of Ken Kesey novel One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest.
Sharon, from Pennysylvania, US, is single after divorcing twice and followed A-listers including Drew Barrymore and Adele in turning to online dating apps.
Sharon in the iconic leg crossing scene from the 1992 movie Basic Instinct
Sharon goes back to Basic Instinct in this shot
The mother of three adopted sons said: “Just as remarkable was how much being a mother taught me about myself. Every detail in my life became a little more magical.
“I’m now a single mother with three adopted sons, and it has been the great privilege of my life to raise them.”
Sharon Stones appearance in the Portuguese edition of Vogue comes nearly 30 years after she played Catherine Trammell in the erotic thriller alongside Michael Douglas, now 74
Sharon even flashed her bum for the new magazine shoot
Fans can see Sharon on the cover of the Portuguese edition of Vogue
Twice-divorced Stone has also followed fellow A-listers Drew Barrymore and Adele in using dating apps to find love again
A thriller-like pose from Sharon will take fans back to her Basic Instinct role
Sharon’s next project — Netflix series Ratched — tells the story of the tyrannical nurse in One Flew Over The Cuckoo’s Nest