Sony Hack Emails: Exec Pascal Calls Bradley Cooper and Emma Stone Movie ‘Ridiculous’ [WATCH VIDEO]

By Dondi Tiples | 2 years ago
Sony Hack Emails: Exec Pascal Calls Bradley Cooper and Emma Stone Movie ‘Ridiculous’ [WATCH VIDEO]

Is there no end to Sony’s woes? New hacked emails have surfaced with lately notoriously tactless Sony Pictures Entertainment executive Amy Pascal calling the new Cameron Crowe movie starring Bradley Cooper and Emma Stone “ridiculous.”

Apparently, Ms. Pascal, who has permanently damaged her relationship with Angelina Jolie in a hacked email, calling the A-lister “minimally-talented,” “egotistic” and “insane,” has dug her professional grave even deeper with another thoughtless opinion on Oscar-winning “Jerry Maguire” director’s, Cameron Crowe, upcoming and as yet untitled movie.


"Scores same as last time and way way worse in ny," Pascal writes about the Cameron Crowe project, as published on Us Weekly. "The satellite makes no sense. The gate makes no sense. I'm never starting a movie again when the script is ridiculous. And we all know it."

We’re shocked over Pascal’s comments about a film starring People Magazine’s 2011 “Sexiest Man Alive” and “Guardians of the Galaxy” hunk Bradley Cooper and Golden Globe nominee and “Spider-Man” ingénue Emma Stone, critically acclaimed “Lost in Translation’s” Bill Murray and Rachel McAdams of “The Notebook” fame. She all but declares the movie is a flop before it’s even released.

While Sony Pictures Entertainment is struggling with damage control over the massive data hack perpetrated a month ago, Pascal’s rude and insensitive internal communication is certainly causing major upheaval by practically destroying the media giant’s financially critical relationships with its stars.

Among the celebrities she’s dissed include Adam Sandler, Leonardo DiCaprio, Will Smith’s children and Chris Rock. She’s even made racist remarks about President Barack Obama.

While Pascal issued a public apology to all the actors she’d insulted in her email exchanges with Sony producer, Scott Rudin, we think it’s likely Sony will fire her for blatant unprofessionalism, as well as to appease many of its moneymaking stars.

And despite Sony trying to mute the cyberattack news by warning the media to stop releasing information on the hacked emails to the world, we’ll probably be subjected to a vast flood of even more interesting details before the year ends.

Poor Amy Pascal. Will she be the sacrificial lamb to serve as a warning to executives everywhere never to include any controversially incriminating information on internal emails?

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That’s the latest on the Sony hacked email disclosures. Stay tuned for more juicy revelations at Movie News Guide (MNG)

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