The leaked Sony emails from November 2014 exposed a lot of celebrities’ dirty laundry, but now the 30,287 documents and 173,132 emails have been published on WikiLeaks for all to see. In the giant, searchable database, even more stars were slammed for their quirks and diva-like behavior and OKMagazine.com has dug up all the juicy ones.
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Angelina Jolie was already called a “minimally talented, spoiled brat” by Scott Rudin. But this time, the producer called her “an actress for hire, not Cleopatra” and accused her of "insanity and rampaging spoiled ego,” adding: "this will just spin even further out in Crazyland, but let me tell you I have zero appetite for the indulgence of spoiled brats and I will tell her this myself if you don’t.”
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Sony execs also apparently have no idea who Rita Ora is! An email from Franklin Lack to Amy Pascal says he is “excited” for the ex-exec to meet Rita Ora, but Amy responded “Do u know her.” Ouch!
Bill Murray also got burned in an email about the film, Say Anything. "Frankly, we have great options on all the performances except Bill Murray...who pretty much is what you saw," director Cameron Crowe wrote.
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The same email thread also said Bradley Cooper “is such an odd bird getting him right is tricky but he's fine now so lets just let him cook where he is.”
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According to Kim Hodgert, Eva Mendes “has been very picky about material lately and only interested in comedy.” The actress apparently was being considered for a role in Pixels because she was “sexier,” according to Doug Belgrad.
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Somehow, Bruce Jenner also got involved in the mix! In one email, Pascal wrote to Crowe: "DID YOU HAVE SOMETHING TO SHOW ME THIS WEEK?” Crowe’s response? “DOES BRUCE JENNER WANT BOOBS? HELL YES I HAVE SOMETHING TO SHOW YOU!!!!!”
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