Soon after Obama put everyone at ease, announcing that the Sony hack was not, in fact, an act of war, another authority on all matters evil and genius spoke on the topic. Dr. Evil everyone, aka Mike Myers, in full supervillain garb, came out with a video message, addressing the Sony hackers.

Mike Myers
Mike Myers had a message for the Sony hackers this Saturday.

Speaking on NBC's Saturday Night Live, Myers said: "I've pre-empted this programme because I'm furious that North Korea [the country believed to be behind the hack] and Sony Pictures have both given evil organisations a bad name." The 51-year-old actor continued: "Let's start with you, North Korea. You're one of the most evil countries in the world, and your act of war is to kill a movie? It's easy to kill a movie... just move it to January."

Check out the video below:

Truer words, Dr. Evil. Truer words. The group of hackers, who took responsibility for the act refer to themselves as the Guardians of Peace (GoP) and have since threatened to attack any cinemas that show The Interview, a Seth Rogen and James Franco starrer about the assassination of Korean leader Kim Jong-un.

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"Come on, Sony, you think it’s a joke to have James Franco assassinate Kim Jong-un?" Myers asked. "The man singlehandedly almost killed the Oscars.

"What are you going to do next, GoP? Ask for one million dollars?"

...That’s one way to make light of a bad situation.