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Emails Show Sony Softened "Concussion" Movie To Avoid Antagonizing NFL

Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 09 / 02 / 15

Sony has "found itself softening some points" of Columbia Pictures' upcoming release "Concussion" that it "might have made against" the NFL, according to a front-page piece by Ken Belson of the N.Y. TIMES. In dozens of studio emails unearthed by hackers, Sony execs, film director Peter Landesma...

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