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.
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.