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Execs Talk 'Odd Bird' Bradley Cooper And Costar Emma Stone In More Leaked Sony Emails!

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Thought the Sony hacks were over? Wikileaks thinks otherwise! The classified media publishers announced that they archived about 173,000 emails from the movie studio's hacking scandal last year.

So we haven't heard the last of stars being dissed by movie execs.

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The first exchange to pop up on the rude radar (rudar?) is between Say Anything director Cameron Crowe and former Sony exec Amy Pascal, who stepped down from her job shortly after several of her not-so-nice emails were leaked.

Sent on March 31, 2014, the emails give a behind-the-scenes look at Crowe's upcoming film Aloha. A little TOO behind.

Pascal says that she loves what she's seen so far of the film and gushes over lead Bradley Cooper. The two then discuss how the upcoming film should introduce Emma Stone's character.

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The Almost Famous director expressed interest of using a "movie star intro shot" he had that gave Stone a little more importance, asserting that they shouldn't just "slip Emma in" the scene that introduces her character. But Pascal didn't agree, replying:

"[Emma Stone] isn't bigger than the movie. Trust that."

After Pascal continues to say how Stone needs to get to the "next level", Crowe explains that Bradley could get her there. He writes in the last email:

"Frankly Bradley is such an odd bird getting him right is tricky but he's fine now so lets just let him cook where he is and take care of our girl."

We're not sure BCoop would consider being called an "odd bird" a compliment. And usually Cameron has such a way with words.

But we guess you can Say Anything when you think no one will hear you.

Sony isn't happy about the leaked "privileged information" in the emails, but Wikileaks argues that it "belongs in the public domain."

Maybe Sony should just switch to carrier pigeons for a while. LOLz!

[Image via Brian To/WENN.]

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