Over the weekend Variety’s David S. Cohen put out a bombshell of an article with information from stolen emails from the Sony Hack. It describes their failed attempt to get the directors of “The Lego Movie” (and Sony’s “Cloudy With a Chance of Meatballs”) to head up a brain trust to oversee their animation department. A key part of the article is when senior Sony execs learned that Sony had a bad reputation and had lost all of their good people due to their relocation to Vancouver.
It’s a fascinating look inside the inner workings of one of the major studios, highly recommend you check it out.
Weekend Sony Hack News
- Sony Hackers Promise to Deliver Large “Christmas Gift”
- Bond Producers Say ‘Spectre’ Screenplay Stolen in Sony Hack
- Sony Hackers Release Eighth Batch of Leaked Files
- Sony Attorney David Boies Threatens Media Over Hack Stories Here’s the letter from Sony’s lawyers to The Hollywood Reporter.
- Sony Hack: 10 New Developments
- Inside Sony’s Mysterious ‘Red Pockets’: Hackers Blow Open China Bribery Probe
- New California film tax credit ‘NOT good’ for Sony, email says
- Hack Attack: Sony Orders Its Name Removed from ‘Interview’ Marketing Materials
- The Verge: Why we’re reporting on Sony’s leaked info
- The Verge: Project Goliath: Inside Hollywood’s secret war against Google
- Sony Hack: Legal Department Under Microscope After Latest Leak
- Sony Execs Knew About Extensive IT Flaws Two Months Before Leaks
- Sony Hack: Why Two Execs With the Same Title — But Not Gender — Are Nearly $1M Apart in Pay
- 195 Incidents In 10 Months: Leaked Emails Reveal Gaps In Sony Pictures Security
- Sony Execs Argued Over Uploading ‘Fake Torrents’ to Fight Piracy
- Leaked Sony Emails Reveal How Much Movie Studios Hate Google
- SONY INSIDER: ‘The Security Team Has No F—ing Clue’
- The Sony hack, and double standards
- Leaked Email Alleges Racism and Sexual Harassment Horror at Sony