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The hack into Sony's internal servers has revealed that the behind-the-scenes drama at the studio rivals anything it has produced on the big screen.

The (so far) anonymous hackers who broke into the company's computer system recently released a series of damaging emails, and plan to continue doing so, with a special "Christmas gift" planned for December 25. Already, the leaked documents have proven especially embarrassing for producer Scott Rudin and Sony Pictures co-chair Amy Pascal, who have been caught trash-talking Angelina Jolie and making inappropriate jokes about President Obama's race.

Catch up on all the latest news about the hack here:

Sony Pictures Co-Chair Amy Pascal to step down in wake of hacking scandal

President Obama: Sony "made a mistake" pulling The Interview

FBI confirms North Korea responsible for the Sony hack

U.S. officials: North Korea was behind Sony hack

Sony officially cancels the theatrical release of The Interview in the wake of hackers' threats

Rogen, Franco cancel all media appearances for The Interview; New York premiere canceled

Shonda Rhimes, Al Sharpton weigh in on "racist" Sony emails

Jennifer Lawrence, Amy Adams got paid less than male co-stars in American Hustle, Sony hack reveals

Which Hollywood honcho called Angelina Jolie a "minimally talented spoiled brat"?