Sharon Stone And Anton Rivas In “Dog Day Afternoon” Photoshoot (2012)


Sharon Stone has always been known for playing the part of a bad girl – and playing it well – from her hustling hooker role in Casino to the infamous leg-uncrossing femme fatale she evoked in ‘Basic Instinct’. And all these years later the gal’s still got it, starring alongside actor Anton Rivas in this ‘Dog Day Afternoon’ inspired spread for the French Revue de Modes. Lensed by photographer Thierry Le Gouès, the two stars play socipathic lovers gone on a gun-fueled rampage against the cops. Kinda like Bonnie & Clyde meets Mickey & Mallory.


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