Sharon Stone Will Appear in Fake Political Ads

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Sharon Stone and Bernard-Henri Levy, who had tongues wagging when the French intellectual stayed at the “Basic Instinct”

star’s L.A.

manse last year, are teaming up again - this time for a pair of fake political ads mocking the 2008 presidential race.

They appear separately in 60-second spots as “Patricia Hill and Patrick Hill,”

each seeking the White House.

It’s the brainchild of artist Francesco Vezzoli, who parodied Hollywood with “Trailer for a Remake of Gore Vidal’s ‘Caligula.’

Stone, said to play a “Hillary Clinton type,”

helped Vezzoli write the parody.

“It’s a farce,”

Stone’s rep told us.

Advising Vezzoli were Mark McKinnon, who was President Bush’s top ad strategist and currently works for Sen.

John McCain, and Jim Mulhall of Squier Knapp Dunn, Bill Clinton’s creative team in 1996.

Vezzoli, who says the ads reflect “the manipulative strategies of political communication,”

will debut them next week at the 51th Venice Biennale.2

Levy is married to actress Arielle Dombasle and denies romancing the Stone.

(Via nypost.com)

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