12/07/2014 11:36 am ET Updated Dec 07, 2014

James Franco And Seth Rogen Address Sony Hack In 'SNL' Monologue

James Franco got a little help while hosting "Saturday Night Live" when his "The Interview" co-star and close friend Seth Rogen crashed Franco's opening monologue to address the recent Sony hack.

In the sketch, the pair said that because of the leak, their most embarassing private photos had been accessed. See the hilarious pictures below, and expect more nudity than in the "Bound 3" video:

After Sony Pictures suffered a major security breach at the hands of online hackers, some believed that North Korea was responsible for the hack, suspecting that it was in retaliation of Rogen and Franco's upcoming comedy, "The Interview." The film, made by Sony, features Rogen and Franco as two journalists who are enlisted by the CIA to assassinate North Korean leader Kim-Jong-Un. North Korea has denied responsibility for the hack, but called it a "righteous deed".



James Franco and Seth Rogen in 'Bound 3'