By People Staff
January 22, 1999 12:00 AM

Sharon Stone has a few choice words for some of her Hollywood contemporaries. She tells Movieline magazine, for example, that Steven Seagal “isn’t worth the ink it would take to write about him.” She wasn’t wild about Gwyneth Paltrow’s impression of her on “Saturday Night Live” and isn’t that wild about Paltrow, either. Stone says Gwyneth is “very young and lives in a rarefied air that’s very thin . . . like she’s not getting enough oxygen.” As for Leonardo DiCaprio, Stone says it’s “a hideous thing” that the “Titanic” star has become so famous.