Sony hacked e-mails show crossfire over Angelina Jolie, President Obama

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NEW YORK (PIX11) -- More embarrassing emails now being exposed after the massive Sony hack that could cause heads to roll.

These coming from the movie giant’s co-chair Amy Pascal in conversations with mega producer Scott Rudin.

The pair ridiculing President Obama's perceived taste in movies, saying he likely prefers films like “12 Years a Slave” and “Django Unchained” for their black actors.

Rudin also being exposed for his missive speaking of superstar Angelina Jolie calling her “a spoiled brat.”

This part of the leak has the power pair rushing to apologize.

The Sony co-chair said the content of my emails to Scott were insensitive and inappropriate but are not an accurate reflection of who she is.  She said she accepts full responsibility of what she wrote and apologizes to anyone who was offended.

Will it be enough for one of Hollywood;s most powerful women to keep her job? That remains to be seen.

Even as other embarrassing secrets are spilled like the next James Bond film is wildly over budget or the most expensive movie ever made at $300 million.

So far several movies have been leaked like "Fury" starring Brad Pitt and "Annie" with Jamie Foxx.

Plus private employee info, even the social security numbers of Conan O'Brien, Sylvester Stallone and over 47,000 other Sony employees and contractors.

Also the secret that Tom Cruise turned down the lead role in the planned Steve Jobs film which instead went to Michael Fassbender.

Stars code names were also spilled.

Tom Hanks travels incognito under  "Johnny Madrid," Sara Michelle Gellar sneaks around as "Neely O'Hara" and Jessica Alba wants to be called "Cash Money."

Meanwhile, "The Interview" had it’s Hollywood premier last night in a not-so-glamorous fashion -- no red carpet, no questions.

The film starring Seth Rogen and James Franco is believed to have incensed North Koreans over its plot line to assassinate President Kim Jong Un.

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