Texoma Living Well Magazine May/June 2018 - Page 13

Sharon Stone walked the red carpet with two of her sons, Roan and Laird, at the premiere of her film All I Wish. 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!” says Stone. One reason that Stone was away from the spotlight for a bit was her health. Stone shares with Entertainment Tonight that her attitude toward her career changed in 2001, when she suffered a stroke and cerebral hemorrhage. Her three sons are now in their early to late teens and, right in the middle of her comeback, Stone is hot as ever now. “It’s odd to hear Sharon Stone admit she’s no longer ‘first on everyone’s list’ for roles in film and TV, but the Oscar-nominated actress said she’s ‘working my way “I had to make my choices very differently, as a single mother of a 6-year-old, a 1-year-old and a newborn at one point. It was like the woman in the shoe, I had so many young kids,” she recalls to Entertainment Tonight. “You only have two hands and it’s not like people are holding doors, so, it was a busy time. And recovering from brain trauma doesn’t all happen at once.” back up the food chain,’” notes ABC News. “Stone may not be some studios’ first choice, but that doesn’t mean she isn’t willing to wait for unique projects like HBO’s acclaimed Mosaic or The Tale of the Allergist’s Wife op- posite another icon, Bette Midler.” “I’m holding out to get things that I think are interesting. I’m not getting of- fered everything great every day, but I’m getting great things sometimes,” Stone told ABC News. “It’s figuring my own lane out because my lane has changed dramatically.” Six ty-year-old Stone plays 46-year-old Senna in the romantic comedy All I Wish, 2018. To keep up with all of Stone’s latest projects, follow her on Twitter @sharonstone. TEXOMA AREA Living Well Magazine | MAY/JUNE 2018 13