No turning back! The embarrassing leaks keep coming in the widespread hack of Sony Pictures Entertainment.
The same security breach that surfaced internal emails criticizing Angelina Jolie, confidential salary information, and juicy details on the off-camera dealings of big celebs, produced even more scoops this past weekend. Read the shocking comments about Jolie here.
Now infamous for her strongly worded opinions about Hollywood's finest, Sony co-chairman Amy Pascal had some less-than-favorable thoughts about DiCaprio, 40, after he pulled out of the planned Steve Jobs biopic earlier this year.
"Was this about the deal… or did he just change his mind?" asked Mark Gordon, the producer of the Aaron Sorkin-penned film in emails obtained by The Daily Beast. "The latter," Pascal wrote, before Gordon responded, "Horrible behavior."
"Actually despicable," Pascal shot back, showing no tolerance for DiCaprio's decision to skip on the film about the Apple innovator in favor of shooting the upcoming thriller The Revenant.
The Oscar-nominated actor wasn't the only star pilloried in the latest batch of emails, however. Will Smith and Jada Pinkett Smith's children Willow and Jaden Smith found themselves in the Sony inbox as well.
Last month, TriStar hotshot Tom Rothman sent an email to Pascal with a link to an interview that the Smith children did with The New York Times' T magazine. "1. Read this," Rothman wrote of the article, which featured the offbeat opinions of Willow, 14, and Jaden, 16. "2. they r home schooled: don’t let this family date your movies!!!"
Other tidbits from the files include messages from George Clooney and Channing Tatum. A surprisingly vulernable Clooney 53, wrote to Pascal about his movie The Monuments Men, expressing doubts about the movie's lukewarm critical reception and disappointing box office numbers.
"I need some protection from all the reviews," Clooney wrote to Pascal. "Let’s just make it a hit. I haven’t slept in 30 hours. And it’s 7 am… adore you Amy. You are literally the only person running a studio that loves film. I fear I’ve let you all down. Not my intention. I apologize. I’ve just lost touch… Who knew? Sorry. I won’t do it again."
Tatum took a more positive tone with his note, and proved that he is not unlike many of the simple, jubilant characters from his comedies. The Foxcatcher star hilariously celebrated the success of this year's 22 Jump Street, which brought in more than $331 million worldwide.
Referencing the movie's opening numbers in contrast to those of Mark Wahlberg's Ted, Tatum wrote, "F YOU TED !!!! SECOND OF ALLLL TIMMMMME BEEEOTCH!!!! COME ON JUMPSTREETERS WE GOT CATE BLANCHETT WIT DIS BOX OFFICE BITCHES!!!!!!!!"
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