Scott Rudin, one of the many victims of the email hack, has produced the comedy Top Five."
Los Angeles, Dec 19 - Comedian Chris Rock says Sony hack case is just scary.
He recently participated in a Q&A to promote his new film Top Five, and the conversation turned into a discussion about the Sony Pictures hack, reports eonline.com.
Rock said that he is particularly nervous about his career because it's his job to say offensive things.
Read my e-mails. I say offensive things for a living, he said.
Scott Rudin, one of the many victims of the email hack, has produced the comedy Top Five.
This whole thing is just scary. It's e-mails, it's your private stuff. And the whole town is scared...nobody knows what to do, Rock said.