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Sharon Stone's Basic Instinct leg-crossing scene 'most-paused moment in movies'

Thursday, 24 February 2011
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February 24:

Melbourne, February 24: Sharon Stone's infamous leg-crossing scene in Basic Instinct has topped a poll of the 'most-paused moments in movies'.

The scene caused a sensation when Oscar-nominated Basic Instinct was released in 1992.

It topped the poll of must-see moments for movie subscription service Lovefilm, reports the Daily Telegraph.

The saucy scene, in which Stone is apparently not wearing underwear, drew a third of the votes in the poll by the DVD rental and streaming service.

The second-most popular moment on pause was a flash of Jennifer Lopez's naked bottom in 2010 film The Back-Up Plan.

Flesh flashes from Jamie Lee Curtis, Nicole Kidman, Brad Pitt and even the animated Jessica Rabbit also made the top 10.

--Agencies

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