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Sharon Stone Warms to ‘Cold’
Sharon Stone is in negotiations to play the female lead opposite Dennis Quaid in the Walt Disney thriller “Cold Creek Manor,” her first major studio movie since the 1998 flop “Sphere.”
“Manor,” to be directed by English filmmaker Mike Figgis (“Timecode”), is about a city family that moves to the country, only to find the dream turn into a nightmare when the previous owner returns from prison to demand his house back.
Stone, will start work on “Manor” in early August and also is readying two indie projects. She is negotiating to join Rupert Everett in “A Different Loyalty,” and then star in “Liar’s Club.”
Actress, who received an Oscar nomination in 1996 for her performance in Martin Scorsese’s “Casino,” pulled out of a deal to star in the sequel to her 1992 starmaking vehicle “Basic Instinct” last year after the troubled project went through several directors and male leads.
She recently appeared in Rosanna Arquette’s documentary “Searching for Debra Winger,” which unspooled at Cannes this year where she was a member of the competition jury.