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The Sony Pictures email hack has intensified into an all-out public airing of the studio's dirty laundry. In the past week, brutal emails written by multiple Sony execs, Hollywood agents, producers like Scott Rudin, and more have been released, and now everyone can see what the suits really think about today's biggest celebrities.
These execs basically take a shit on stars like Angelina Jolie and Kevin Hart, which, perhaps, comes with the territory when your job is to transform people into human commodities. But what do the award-winning actors think about the fiasco? We found out. Here are their reactions. No one was really happy except for Michael Fassbender, for reasons you'll understand in a second.
1. Angelina Jolie
The Offense: "I'm not destroying my career over a minimally talented spoiled brat who thought nothing of shoving this off her plate for eighteen months so she could go direct a movie...She's a camp event and a celebrity and that's all and the last thing anybody needs is to make a giant bomb with her that any fool could see coming." — Scott Rudin, producer
2. Adam Driver
The Offense: "Adam Driver is a terrible idea, I'm with you..." — David Fincher, director, on the news of Driver's casting in the upcoming Star Wars
3. Leonardo DiCaprio
The Offense: "Just as you must surely feel great pride in helping bring Marty his Oscar on 'the departed', everyone involved in this production desperately wants to help bring you the Academy award you so richly deserve." — Robert Newman, agent
4. Michael Fassbender
The "Offense": "Shame just makes you feel bad to have normal sized male genitalia." — Michael DeLuca, producer
5. Adam Sandler
The Offense: "We continue to be saddled with the mundane, formulaic Adam Sandler films." — Sony Pictures memo
6. Kevin Hart
The Offense: "I'm not saying he's a whore, but he's a whore." — Clint Culpepper, producer
7. Men In Black
The Offense: "jump street merging with mib i think that’s clean and rad and powerful." — Jonah Hill, actor