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Cameron Crowe makes a crude reference to Bruce Jenner in the leaked emails. Getty Images

Bruce Jenner is the latest celebrity to be lambasted by Sony executives, as more damning emails have been leaked.

According to The Daily Mail, the Keeping Up With The Kardashians star's plans to undergo gender reassignment are mocked by director Cameron Crowe in an email conversation with Sony Pictures' former co-chairman Amy Pascal.

While discussing his film Aloha, which stars Bradley Cooper, Emma Stone, Rachel McAdams, and Alec Baldwin, Pascal had earlier appeared to slam the movie, writing in an email: "I'm never starting a movie again when the script is ridiculous. I don't care how much I love the director and the actors. It never, not even once, ever works. People don't like people in movies who flirt with married people or married people who flirt."

In October 2014 she went on to ask Crowe if he had anything to show her from the film.

Crowe replies: "DOES BRUCE JENNER WANT BOOBS? HELL YES I HAVE SOMETHING TO SHOW YOU!!!! (looking at tuesday)."

Much of the correspondence leaked as a result of the Sony cyber attacks relates to the Bond franchise, and indicates that the latest script was leaked and that the production has gone massively over budget.

In an earlier leak a fiery email exchange was revealed, in which one Sony producer calls actress and director Angelina Jolie a "minimally talented spoiled brat".

Pascal and producer Scott Rudin reveal in the alleged leaked conversation that tensions with Jolie started when David Fincher was tied to direct Jobs, the bio-pic of Apple founder, and not Jolie's passion project, a retelling of Cleopatra.

The catastrophic cyber-attack on Sony Pictures led to the near-cancellation of The Interview.

The FBI blamed the attack on North Korea, saying it was "intended to inflict significant harm on a US business and suppress the right of American citizens to express themselves."

President Barrack Obama intervened, criticising Sony for their decision not to release the film, saying they had "made a mistake" in caving to the demands of the cyber-terrorists. The Interview was subsequently screened at selected cinemas and made available online.

The latest leak referencing Jenner comes just days after Wikileaks published thousands of the leaked documents making them easier to search.

Jenner is expected to open up about his life in a special two-hour interview with ABC's Diane Sawyer on 24 April.