Lindsey Vonn, Sharon Stone Basic Instinct Pose For ESPN Magazine
First Film Issue For ESPN Magazine: Features Lindsey Vonn In Sharon Stone Basic Instinct Pose, (Photo)
ESPN Magazine has decided to launch its first Sport and Film issue with an iconic Lindsey Vonn cover.
The ESPN Magazine Lindsey Vonn cover features the gold medal skier in an iconic pose, imitating Sharon Stone in the police interrogation scene in the 1992 film Basic Instinct.
ESPN Magazine Film Issue: List of Athletes And Film
Olympic champion alpine skier Lindsey Vonn as Catherine Tramell in Basic Instinct
- Bengals’ Tank Johnson, Dhani Jones and Chad Ochocinco in The Hangover
- Sabres and Team USA goalie Ryan Miller as Carl Spackler in Caddyshack
- Mariners pitchers Garret Olson and Felix Hernandez as Vincent and Jules in Pulp Fiction
- Clippers’ Baron Davis and pro skateboarder Terry Kennedy as Doc Brown and Marty McFly in Back To The Future
- Race car driver Danica Patrick as Veronica Corningstone in Anchorman
The Sharon Stone scene in Basic Instinct is infamous for Sharon Stone's wardrobe or lack thereof. During the interrogation scene Sharon Stone was not wear any panties and at one point crossed, then uncrossed her legs, the camera catching it all. Needless to say Sharon Stone was not amused. Basic Instinct was nominated for two Oscars and starred Michael Douglas and was directed by Paul Verhoeven.
Lindsey Vonn clearly has her legs crossed for the ESPN Magazine Cover. The ESPN Magazine film issue goes on sale November 19th.