At least, not when you're the already super well-liked Channing Tatum and George Clooney, whose leaked emails over the weekend had their fans more amused than angry.
Channing's email is particularly amazing. In a message between Pascal, a few Sony executives and his 22 Jump Street co-star Jonah Hill, the charismatic star congratulates the team on their box office hit with an ... errr, enthusiastic email.
Channing is of course referring to 22 Jump Street's massive opening weekend, which bumped Seth MacFarlane's Ted down on the list of best-ever opening weekends for R-rated comedies.
No telling how many more "HAHAHAHAHA's" Channing might have written if 22 Jump Street had actually displaced The Hangover II, which still holds the record.
According to Page Six, Clooney was so upset about the less than stellar reception of his film Monuments Men -- which he produced, wrote, directed and starred in -- that he couldn't sleep.
"I need some protection from all the reviews," he writes Pascal. "Let's just make it a hit. I haven't slept in 30 hours. And it's 7 am."
After Amy consoles him with this message, " ... we will protect you by making money… that's the best revenge," Clooney continues to be more than a little hard on himself.
"I adore you Amy," he writes. "You are literally the only person running a studio that loves film. I fear I've let you all down. Not my intention. I apologize. I've just lost touch… Who knew? Sorry. I won't do it again."
Though Clooney showed considerable more edge when discussing a film about the Rupert Murdoch phone hacking scandal called Hack Attack, actually daring hackers with thisnote, via Esquire.
"How much fun are we gonna have…the stakes are higher than citizen kane…if we tell the truth in a compelling way…rupert won't get time/warner…cnn won’t be fox….i'm so excited to do this film..and for those of you listening in…i'm the son of a news man…everything will be double sourced..so come on with your lawsuits…f*ckers ..."
But on a more serious note, perhaps the most damaging document leak in the Sony hack this weekend is an early version of the screenplay for the highly anticipated upcoming James Bond film Spectre.
"Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Studios and Danjaq LLC will take all necessary steps to protect their rights against the persons who stole the screenplay, and against anyone who makes infringing uses of it or attempts to take commercial advantage of confidential property it knows to be stolen," the producers wrote.