Nearly a year after a cyber attack on Sony revealed an ugly series of emails between executives Amy Pascal and Scott Rudin, Angelina Jolie is speaking up about being having her name crop up in the leaked documents.

"There are certain things that bother me and certain things that don't. Personal attacks on me? I think I'm just so used to it," she said in an interview with The New York Times that published Wednesday.

"Honestly my first instinct was that I was worried about Amy. I had someone call her and ask if she was O.K. Not because I'm a saint, but because I think we have to look at the bigger picture. She's got kids. I knew it was going to unravel for her," she said.

Jolie added that while she didn't read the leaked emails herself, someone told her about what was said by Rudin, whose emails are filled with unflattering criticism of her.

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"I'm not destroying my career over a minimally talented spoiled brat who thought nothing of shoving this off her plate for eighteen months so she could go direct a movie," Rudin wrote in one email to Pascal, presumably referring to Jolie passing on a Cleopatra film to direct Unbroken.

"I have no desire to be making a movie with her, or anybody, that she runs and that we don't. She's a camp event and a celebrity ad that's all and the last thing anybody needs is to make a giant bomb with her that any fool could see coming," he said.

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