Basic Instinct, Sharon Stone and CATHERINE TRAMELL - Basic Instinct - Sharon Stone as Catherine Tramell Wednesday 17th October 2012 Hollywood Costume - press view held at the Victoria and Albert Museum.
Despite the poor box-office of 'Basic Instinct 2', actress Sharon Stone has expressed a desire to take the director's chair for a sequel.
Actress Sharon Stone has revealed she wishes to direct a third movie in the 'Basic Instinct' film series. The actress, who stared in both the original film and its recent sequel, has revealed a desire to set the third film in Britain for its gritty and intense atmosphere, as well as saying that a script is already in the works.
Sharon Stone wants to direct 'Basic Instinct 3'
The 48-year-old star stated in a recent interview that "there's a script for the next part of the story - but I would like to direct it rather than star in it. It will be filmed in the UK again as the setting is more intense and gritty." 'Basic Instinct 2' was certainly not quick out of the gate - the sequel to the 1992 movie only saw theatres in late March 2006, following a period of time in development hell and an actual cancelation in 2000, when it was revealed that the film would not meet its 2002 release date.
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