Sony Hacked Emails: Kevin Hart A ‘Whore,’ Angelina Jolie A ‘Brat,’ As George Clooney Knew His ‘Email Is Being Hacked’

The hacked Sony emails are providing quite a peek into the inside world and conversations between Sony executives and famous names — including the thoughts that some of the Sony staff has about certain celebrities, or the direct email communications that Sony employees have had with the stars. In one of those hacked Sony emails that are now fodder for the public to enjoy, George Clooney seems prophetic in predicting the hacking.

According to Gizmodo, in a hacked email from George Clooney to Amy Pascal, Sony Pictures Entertainment’s co-chairman, Clooney included the subject line “knowing this email is being hacked” prior into launching into a poetic diatribe about his father being a journalist.

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“How much fun are we gonna have…the stakes are higher than Citizen Kane…if we tell the truth in a compelling way…Rupert won’t get Time/Warner…CNN won’t be Fox…I’m so excited to do this film…and for those of you listening in…I’m the son of a news man…everything will be double sourced…so come on with your lawsuits…f**kers…”

As reported by the Inquisitr, North Korea denied involvement in the Sony hacked emails and leaked movies, and the Hollywood Reporter states that the Sony hacking looks like it could’ve been an inside job.

Meanwhile, the hacked Sony emails that involve Angelina Jolie and Kevin Hart are getting attention. TMZ says that producer Scott Rudin also emailed Amy Pascal — and went off about Jolie, criticizing the choice of David Fincher as director of the Jobs movie in the most inflammatory quotes leaked from the hacked Sony emails thus far.

“I am not destroying my career over a minimally talented, spoiled brat…. the insanity and rampaging spoiled ego of [Jolie]. 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.”

The “Thirty Mile Zone” Hollywood famous website also noted how Sony executive Clint Culpepper accused Kevin Hart of being money hungry, claiming in the hacked Sony emails that Hart wanted money to send out a tweet to promote his Think Like a Man Too movie.

“I’m tempted to suggest we call his bluff. If he doesn’t do his normal routine, his film will not open as well and his brand will appear diminished and he will — in fact — be f***ing himself because we have his next 2 immediate films.”

More hacked Sony email data is expected to leak out in coming days, not only because the SPE_01 “Gift of GOP: Internal data of Sony Pictures” file is a whopping 27 GB, according to the Register, but also due to the fact that the controversial movie at the center of this hacking — The Interview — is still scheduled to premiere as planned on Thursday, according to USA Today, hacked Sony emails be damned.