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Sharon Stone Slams Anyone Not Wearing A Mask Amid Coronavirus Pandemic: ‘Simmer The F**k Down & Put One On’

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Sharon Stone does not have time for anyone not wanting to wear a mask during the coronavirus pandemic.

The 62-year-old actress, whose sister Kelly and brother-in-law Bruce had their lives threatened after contracting the virus, tells Town & Country: “Simmer the f**k down and put on a mask! I’m sorry, I’ve been trying to be nice about this, but it’s starting to chap my a**.

“It’s hard not to take it personally.”

Credit: Michael Muller
Credit: Michael Muller

RELATED: Sharon Stone Reveals Her Sister Is Now COVID-Free Following Hospitalization

Stone’s comments come after she confirmed at the end of last month that her sister had tested negative for COVID for the first time since her hospitalization.

Stone had previously posted:

Stone also discusses the reality of being a sexagenarian icon, telling the mag: “People still want to see my boobs. I’m 62! It’s like, ‘Really? Grow up!’ But also [she throws her hands up theatrically] ‘Here’s some boobs!’”

Credit: Michael Muller
Credit: Michael Muller

Stone has recently expressed her disdain for online dating.

The “Basic Instinct” star says of trying Bumble: “Oh God, I wish I’d stayed kicked off it. It’s like a comedy.”



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Matthew Modine Talks Full Metal Jacket And Working With Christopher Nolan

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We talk a lot on the ReelBlend podcast about our favorite interview opportunities, and junket experiences that have changed our lives. We rarely lament the junkets we missed out on, or the filmmakers we’ll never get a chance to talk cinema with. The late Stanley Kubrick falls into that category. Imagine getting to chop up film with the mastermind behind Dr. Strangelove, The Shining, A Clockwork Orange, 2001: A Space Odyssey and Full Metal Jacket?

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NEWS WATCH: TABOO OF THE BLACK EYED PEAS AND CO-WRITER BEN JACKENDOFF REVEAL DETAILS ABOUT WEREWOLF BY NIGHT!

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The hour of the wolf is almost at hand! A new Werewolf by Night is on the prowl in an all-new series written by Taboo and Ben Jackendoff with art by Scot Eaton.

Set in a small town in Arizona, WEREWOLF BY NIGHT will tell the incredible tale of a young man named Jake dealing with the effects of a family curse while trying to protect his people from a mysterious corporation. As this wild adventure unfolds, Jake will learn the startling truth behind his abilities and go up against fan-favorite super hero, Red Wolf.

WEREWOLF BY NIGHT #1 (OF 4)

Written by TABOO & BENJAMIN JACKENDOFF

Art by SCOT EATON

Cover by MIKE MCKONE

“I’m half-Hopi and half-Mexican, so we pulled a lot from my personal experience to implement that in our storytelling,” Taboo told Marvel Host Ryan Penagos. “The cool thing about this story is that although there’s a Native perspective to it, it’s not a Native story. This kid is dealing with becoming a werewolf and it’s inclusive to everyone and there’s bits and pieces for everyone to take away their own personal motivation.”

“[Scot Eaton] sees the vision, and Scot just applies it and takes it to the next level,” Taboo added when asked about his collaborator, superstar artist Scot Eaton.

Don’t miss the epic introduction of the new Werewolf by Night and the surprising mythology behind his history when the series kicks off next month! In the meantime, check out never before seen artwork from the captivating first issue in this exclusive video interview with Taboo and Ben Jackendoff!

And check out this awesome preview of issue #1:

Prepare to welcome a ferocious new hero to the Marvel Universe when WEREWOLF BY NIGHT #1 hits stands on October 21st!

NEWS WATCH: TABOO OF THE BLACK EYED PEAS AND CO-WRITER BEN JACKENDOFF REVEAL DETAILS ABOUT WEREWOLF BY NIGHT!

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Chris Rock to Host SNL Premiere

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Chris Rock is rolling into Studio 8H for Saturday Night Live‘s season opener.

The SNL vet is set to host the late-night sketch series’ Season 46 premiere on Oct. 3, live from 30 Rock with a limited, in-person audience. He will be joined by musical guest Megan Thee Stallion.

Rock was an SNL cast member from 1990-1993. He previously returned to host in 1996 and 2014. His third go-round will coincide with Jim Carrey’s debut as Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden. The episode airs just four days after the first primetime debate between the former vice president and incumbent POTUS Donald Trump.

Rock is currently making the rounds to promote the fourth season of FX’s Fargo (premiering Sunday, Sept. 27). Meanwhile, Megan Thee Stallion recently released her latest album “Suga,” which spawned the hit single “Savage.”

As previously reported, SNL will welcome back its entire ensemble — including Kate McKinnon —  for Season 46. The show has also added three new featured players: improv vets Lauren Holt, Punkie Johnson and Andrew Dismukes — the latter of whom has been an SNL staff writer since Season 43.

Are you looking forward to Rock’s SNL return?


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