Sharon Stone likes a raging bull.
The 62-year-old actress didn’t think twice when it came to naming Robert De Niro as her best on-screen kisser.
While appearing on Andy Cohen’s “Watch What Happens Live” show on Tuesday, a caller asked who her best and worst on-screen kissers were.
“Robert De Niro was for sure the best kisser,” the Emmy and Golden Globe Award winner declared. “Bob was far and away the best kisser.”
The actors worked together as husband and wife in the 1995 Martin Scorsese mob movie “Casino.”
She explained, “He was the actor that I admired the most. My whole career I just wanted to be able to sit across the table from Robert De Niro and hold my own. Maybe because I just held him in such extraordinary high regard, it was the pinnacle of the kissing moment for me.”
“I was just so madly in love with him as an actress to start with that he probably could’ve hit me in the head with a hammer and I would’ve been like, ‘Oh, yeah!’” Stone joked. “It was pretty fabulous.”
After achieving stardom with the 1992 breakout hit “Basic Instinct,” the Meadville, Pa., native portrayed a former prostitute-turned-hustler to De Niro’s mob boss.
The chemistry was undeniable; her performance netted her an Academy Award nomination for Best Actress.
In comparison to her other on-screen kissers, Stone said every kiss she had after De Niro was “just meh.”
Before “Casino,” De Niro garnered two Oscars for his roles in “Raging Bull” and “The Godfather Part II.”
Stone currently stars in Ryan Murphy’s new Netflix anthology series “Ratched” —the origin story of Mildred Ratched, the leading psychiatric hospital nurse who’s an iconic character from the 1962 novel and 1975 movie “One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest.”
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