Veering away from the original personal drama in e-mail, there's a bunch of other stuff that is now coming up as journalists dig like rats through the data:
One interesting thing is that Lawrence and Adams were only originally slated for 7% take on "American Hustle".. already raised once from 5%... but all the male leads were getting 9%. So it sounds like in the end they all got the same take (?)... but sadly I think Lawrence and Adams were actually two of the best performances in the movie and the inequity should never have existed in the first place. (I would say Lawrence is a far bigger box-office draw than Cooper, to be honest -- she appeals both to men and women to an unparalleled degree IMO.)
There are some other issues in there (like Sony trying to put restraints on Google and limit the 'net), but apparently one of the first drafts of Spectre, the Bond movie opening next year, was leaked along with copious notes to fix. I refuse to read it, personally; I like to be surprised; but this kind of stuff is going to really throw a wrench into the production if the movie is basically spoilered a year in advance. They already started filming. What happens now? Throw out the script and start over? Bump the movie back two more years? Not sure what impact that will have on the movie. When these people dick over Sony, they're also dicking over fans and actors and the film crews and whoever else.