Amy Pascal has admitted that she was ‘fired’ from Sony during an interview with Tina Brown at the Women in the World conference.
During the Wednesday night interview, Amy opens up about the massive Sony cyber-attack, saying: “There is nothing you can do. You can’t say anything. You can’t explain anything. It’s just there.”
Described by Sony as a “major new production venture at the studio,” Pascal’s exit comes after she held the position for over a decade.
Amy Pascal was responsible for the revival of the Bond franchise and hits like “American Hustle” and “Moneyball.” Her problems began when Sony received continuous attacks from a hacker collective called the Guardians of Peace in retaliation for the studio’s decision to release the anti-North Korean comedy, “The Interview.”
Instead of standing up for the leaked emails which described celebrities in a bad light, Amy just said: “They’re bottomless pits of need. You’ve never seen anything like it.”
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