Laura Ingraham went “On The Record” this evening to discuss revelations that Jennifer Lawrence and Amy Adams were paid less than their male costars
Sony is threatening to sue any media outlets which publish emails leaked in the recent hack, but does Sony have the power to make the media stop?
The massive hacking of Sony Pictures has led to the release of the personal information of about 47,000 Sony staffers and ex-staffers, including A-list celebrities Angelina Jolie, Cameron Diaz and more.
According to hacked Sony Pictures emails, producer Scott Rudin and Sony executive Amy Pascal made racially insensitive jokes about President Obama.
The fallout from the hacked Sony emails is getting ugly, with new documents showing a producer slamming Angelina Jolie as a "minimally talented spoiled brat." Producer Scott Rudin decried Jolie's huge ego in February emails to Sony Pictures co-chair Amy Pascal, telling her “YOU BETTER SHUT ANGIE DOWN."
Earlier this week, hackers claiming to be part of the "Guardians of Peace" collective crippled Sony Pictures' computer network, and now they are threatening to leak the personal information of Hollywood A-listers Angelina Jolie and Cameron Diaz.