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Sharon Stone is still exposed twenty years after ‘Basic Instinct’

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Sharon Stone is still exposed twenty years after ‘Basic Instinct’

(Photo: Kristy Sparow/Getty Images)

At 54, Sharon Stone is still turning heads. The actress attended an amfAR event in Paris on Thursday donning a sheer top that left little to the imagination.

The star-studded HIV/AIDS foundation event was also attended by movie producer Brian Grazer, director Sofia Coppola and burlesque performer Dita Von Teese.

While Stone's wardrobe malfunction seems cringe-worthy, it is not altogether surprising since twenty years ago she was flashing her crotch to Michael Douglas in the 1992 psycho-sexual thriller "Basic Instinct" -- easily her most memorable film scene to date.

In spite of her off-the-wall clothing choice, exposing her underboobs (hey, isn't that trend over by now?), it should be noted Stone is looking pretty great for her age.

[Photos: See 'Basic Instinct' movie stills]

Stone hasn't been in a  whole lot of films of note since about 2005 in Jim Jarmusch's "Broken Flowers," starring Billy Murray.

(Photo: Everett Collection)

But she appears to be in the midst of a late-career renaissance, with six projects in the hopper.

The first one on deck is the much-anticipated porn star biopic "Lovelace," starring Amanda Seyfried and James Franco. In the film, Stone plays Linda Lovelace's mother Dorothy Boreman.

[Related: Amanda Seyfried transformed into Linda Lovelace in movie poster]

Stone has five other films set to come out over the next two years: Comedic drama "Gods Behaving Badly," starring Christopher Walken and Alicia Silverstone (Stone plays Aphrodite); thriller "The Mule," also starring Billy Zane; John Turturro-directed comedy "Fading Gigolo," also starring Woody Allen and Sofia Vergara; thriller "Attachment"; and another thriller "The Beauty of Sharks," also starring Bill Nighy and Faye Dunaway.

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