New York (WNB) - Sony Pictures co-Chair Amy Pascal met with 'Rev.' Al Sharpton in Manhattan on Thursday over leaked studio emails some consider racially insensitive.
In an obvious move to deflect any racial fallout, Sony reportedly agreed to let Sharpton have a say in how Sony makes motion pictures, after the pretend-reverend declared there was an "inflexible and immovable racial exclusion in Hollywood."
The released emails were part of thousands of files recently stolen in a cyber attack on the studio by North Korea-affiliated hackers.
In a possibly-related story, a Sony Pictures insider claims the studio is planning an epic, big budget film based on the story of an 'overweight, young Afro-American preacher who leads a secret life as a crime-fighting superhero, while rising to become the preeminent voice of black America.' "Think Martin Luther King meets Batman," said the source.