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She had arrived on an economy flight from Los Angeles and the airline had lost her luggage.
“I have nothing to wear but attitude,” was her sassy remark to me at the time.
She has been in almost 50 films since the 1992 fi lm Basic Instinct turned her into a major star. She has enjoyed stardom, has a “love ’em and leave ’em” attitude to men, has been a diva who demands her own way and has worked tirelessly on behalf of many causes and charities, including the Aids Foundation.
“When I was younger I worried about being 50,” she admits. But I have learned over the years not to worry at all.
I’ve come to terms with death and know it awaits so I am going to do as much as possible with my time.” Stone makes no apology for her glamour or an impressive entourage of agent, personal assistant, make-up girl and hairdresser.
“I dress to show that I am happy with my success,” she tells me.
The re-release of her breakthrough 1990 fi lm Total Recall, co-starring Arnold Schwarzenegger, comes at a key moment to reflect on her life.But running alongside her glamour and wealth has been an undercurrent of tragedy.She suffered a brain haemorrhage 11 years ago and feared that if she survived she would remain bedridden for the rest of her days.“So another nine days went by when I was not improving.“During the next operation they found an artery that was pumping blood into my brain. I was close to death at one point and saw the white light that people claim they see.