The Sony Pictures hack has provided plenty of news about upcoming projects as well as Mean Girls-levels of behind-the-scenes drama, but it’s also revealed how the stars of Hollywood communicate online. In leaked email exchanges that exposed Sony’s plans for a Jump Street-Men in Black crossover film, Jonah Hill wrote, “i think that’s clean and rad and powerful”—capital letters be damned.
But Hill’s Jump Street co-star Channing Tatum appears to have a completely different approach to email. In a conversation with Hill, Sony Pictures co-chair Amy Pascal and other Sony executives, Tatum hit caps lock and didn’t look back as he celebrated the opening weekend of 22 Jump Street, which had the second-best debut for an R-rated comedy in history.
Below, via Gawker’s Defamer blog, is Tatum’s email, which is a flagrant violation of several of Google exec Eric Schmidt’s 9 rules for email. Then again, Channing Tatum could forward a chain email with instructing you to pass it along to 15 friends by midnight to avoid getting killed by a ghost, and it’d still be charming.
It goes on for way longer than that, but you get the idea.
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