13 Dec – The mysterious hack attack Sony has been under is endless and this time, the recent leak reveals a big spoiler on the twenty-fourth "James Bond" film, "Spectre".
Though "Spectre" is not a Sony-produced film, it is being distributed by Sony. Hence, it became the latest victim for Sony's hack attack.
According to Vulture, the leak confirmed that Bond will definitely be up against Ernst Stavro Blofeld though it is unconfirmed whether Christoph Waltz will be playing the role of the villain. Another antagonist will reportedly assist Blofeld in the film and the second villain is described as a "lesbian bad lady".
The leak also revealed that Andrew Scott will be appearing in the film as a character named "C", a new Bond boss at MI6, and he is allegedly reported to have been paid USD1 million less than Chiwetel Ejiofor, who was initially offered for the role.
In related news, another recent leak by the hack attack has revealed Sony's plan on a crossover film between "Jump Street" and "Men In Black", the Wall Street Journal reports.
Not much detail is revealed on this film, but it is confirmed that neither Tommy Lee Jones nor Will Smith will appear in it.
Aside from that, the recent hack also revealed producer Scott Rudin's view on actress Angelina Jolie, who he referred to as "a minimally talented, spoiled brat", according to reports from Gawker. The hacked mails also include Amy Pascal, co-chair of Sony Pictures Entertainment, and producer Scott Rudin's conversation on President Obama's race.
"Spectre" is due out in North American cinemas on 6 November 2015.
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