Sony Hack Reveals Celebrity Aliases. ‘Neil Deep’ Fits This Celeb Well

North Korea really hates the new Seth Rogen-James Franco movie, The Interview. The plot centers around Rogen and Franco’s attempt to assassinate Kim Jong-Un. To voice their displeasure, North Korea recently hacked (allegedly) into Sony Pictures’ computers and revealed sensitive information such as Sony’s employees’ dislikes for so many Adam Sandler movies and publicity bibles featuring a treasure trove of celebrity aliases. Cha-ching!

Tom Hanks: “Harry Lauder” and “Johnny Madrid”
Sarah Michelle Gellar: “Neely O’Hara”
Tobey Maguire: “Neil Deep”
Natalie Portman: “Lauren Brown”
Clive Owen: “Robert Fenton”
Rob Schneider: “Nazzo Good”
Taye Diggs: “Scott Diggs” (His real name)
Jude Law: “Mr. Perry”
Daniel Craig: “Olwen Williams”
Jessica Alba: “Cash Money”
Ice Cube: “Darius Stone” and “O’Shea Jackson” (His real name)
Debra Messing: “Ava Harper”

Tobey Maguire. “Neil Deep”. Sounds a bit flamboyant. Rob Schneider’s “Nazzo Good” gets some laughs, too bad his movies suck lately.

North Korea also sent a menacing email to all employees that read:

Please sign your name to object the false [sic] of the company at the email address below if you don’t want to suffer damage. If you don’t, not only you but your family will be in danger.

North Korea should chill out and watch Team America: World Police by the dudes who made South Park. It’ll put a smile on their face.

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