The 63-year-old actor posted a photo to Instagram of herself sporting a t-shirt showing a cartoon version of her character Catherine Tramell in the memorable interrogation scene from the 1992 film.
The moment in the 1992 film sees the character sporting a white dress and coat as she uncrosses her legs to reveal she's not wearing underwear, all while nonchalantly smoking a cigarette.
In her social media post, Stone held what looked to be a make-up tube in place of a cigarette as she smiled at the camera with her hand on her hip.
"Been there, done that; got the T-Shirt," she captioned the snap.
Stone has previously claimed that she was misled into removing her underwear for the scene.
She said she had been asked to remove her underwear because it was “reflecting the light” during the leg-crossing scene and that she had no idea that anything would be visible.
When she saw the movie for the first time she slapped director Paul Verhoeven across the face, she wrote in her memoir The Beauty Of Living Twice.
Stone explained she had ultimately allowed the scene to be included "because it was correct for the film and for the character; and because, after all, I did it".
Verhoeven has insisted Stone knew what was happening, telling ICON in 2017: "Any actress knows what she's going to see if you ask her to take off her underwear and point there with the camera."
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