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A continuous stream of leaked information continues to be made public in the wake of the scandal, from Leonardo DiCaprio being labelled 'despicable' in an email chain to producer Scott Rudin calling Angelina Jolie a "minimally talented spoiled brat".
Wahlberg has now told Access Hollywood that executives should always address issues with talent face-to-face.
"Nothing is private these days and if you have something to say about somebody, you know, be able to say it to their face," he explained.
The actor went on to say: "I personally - because now I'm on the other side of things where I'm, as an actor and as a producer, I'm on the other side of the casting table - I've been in the room with studio heads and people who make real decisions who are often »
Mark Wahlberg isn't all that surprised by the Sony hack and subsequent unpleasant information released about executives' opinions on stars.
"Nothing is private these days and if you have something to say about somebody, you know, be able to say it to their face," Mark told Access Hollywood at the junket for his new movie, "The Gambler," when asked about the Sony hack.
The 43-year-old actor said he's seen executives speak very bluntly about talent when making decisions, so he wasn't shocked to see harsh opinions in leak e-mails.
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SyFy’s fantasy drama “The Magicians” has added Summer Bishil, star of 2007 indie drama “Towelhead” and ABC’s “Lucky 7,” to the pilot as Margo Hanson, a brilliant student in the show’s Brakebill’s Academy.
Bishil joins leads Jason Ralph (“A Most Violent Year”) and Sosie Bacon in the pilot, written by John McNamara and Sera Gamble. Other members of the cast include Stella Maeve (“Chicago Pd”), Hale Appleman (“Teeth”) and Arjun Gupta (“Nurse Jackie”).
“The Magicians,” based on Lev Grossman’s bestselling series of novels, is another investment in scripted programming for SyFy, which is set to premiere new series including “The Expanse,” “The Killjoys” and “12 Monkeys” in 2015.
- Kevin Noonan
Ben Stiller is in talks to star in "I Am Chippendales," the true-life story of how the male dance club became one of the most famous adult entertainment shows in the world. The story focuses on the founding and expansion of the Chippendales nightclub by Paul Snider and Somen "Steve" Banerjee - who eventually pleaded guilty to attempted arson, racketeering and murder for hire and was found dead in his jail cell in 1994. Stiller will play Nick DeNoia, the former choreographer/partner who helped conceive the idea for the dance troupe with Banerjee and attorney Brian Nahin and played a big part in the expansion of the act on a global level. Alan Ball (Towelhead) will direct and write the script based on Rodney Sheldon's book. »
4 items from 2014
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