The mediocre movie "The Interview" catapulted to international fame when Sony pictures caved to the North Korean government and scuttled -- but later reinstated -- the picture’s opening. That caused "Interview" to rake in $20 million bucks in its first couple of weeks. The bonanza was triggered by a major hack of Sony’s computers that revealed the movie’s comical plot about assassinating the North Korean president. But something else was revealed in the hack that is no laughing matter. Sony is guilty of sex discrimination in pay – the gender pay gap is alive and well, even at the highest levels. Case in point: Jennifer Lawrence.