Mike Myers is holding immorality behind from North Korea.
Dressed as his famed “Austin Powers” impression Dr. Evil, he stole a uncover on “Saturday Night Live” when he commented on a large Sony hack.
“I’ve preempted this module given I’m mad that Sony Pictures and North Korea have given immorality a bad name,” a comedian pronounced after interrupting “A Very Somber Christmas with Sam Smith.”
While petting a feign clean-shaven cat imitative Mr. Bigglesworth, Myers’ Dr. Evil continued.
“Let’s start with you, North Korea,” he pronounced on a Amy Adams-hosted episode.
“You’re one of a many immorality countries in a universe and your act of fight is to kill a movie?” Myers added.
The “SNL” alum was referring to hackers’ threats to launch “9/11” character attacks on moviegoers if a holiday recover of Seth Rogen and James Franco’s movie, “The Interview,” was not canceled. The Sony Pictures film is about a assassination of a North Korean leader, Kim Jong Un, and was formerly called an “act of war” by a nation in a minute to a United Nations.
“It’s easy to kill a movie. Just pierce it to Jan … Why collect on Sony?” he continued. “They haven’t had a strike given a Walkman.”
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