Sony Exec, Producer Apologize For Offensive Obama Emails
Sony Pictures Chair Amy Pascal and producer Scott Rudin have both issued apologies after Sony's massive corporate hack revealed embarrassing emails.By Jake Godin | December 11, 2014
More embarrassment for Sony Pictures' Amy Pascal and prominent producer Scott Rudin. They're apologizing over offensive emails in which they discuss the POTUS himself — emails revealed as part of the massive hack on Sony.
"And most of us have spent a lot of time thinking about our favorite movies or TV shows, but we don't often think about the entire infrastructure and industry behind the scenes."
That was President Obama at a DreamWorks fundraising event in November. In the emails, Pascal asks Rudin what he suggests she ask President Obama at that fundraiser.