The deluge of classified information continues to pour out of Sony and shows no signs of stopping. The latest flood of information released by the group known as the "Gaurdians of Peace" contains the aliases used by celebrities and reportedly, Brad Pitt's phone number.


Fusion has a list of these celebrity aliases (and an explanation of the reasons for these names) and they range from the awesome to the quite lame.


Natalie Portman is reportedly known as “Lauren Brown”


Sarah Michelle Gellar is reportedly known as “Neely O’Hara”


Tom Hanks i s reportedlyknown as both “Harry Lauder” and “Johnny Madrid”

Rob Schneider i s reportedly known as “Nazzo Good”

Ice Cube: is reportedly known as“Darius Stone” and “O’Shea Jackson”

Daniel Craig: i s reportedlyknown as “Olwen Williams”

Clive Owen i s reportedlyknown as “Robert Fenton”

Debra Messing: is reportedly known as “Ava Harper”

Jude Law: i s reportedlyknown as “Mr. Perry”

Jessica Alba: i s reportedlyknown as “Cash Money”

Tobey Maguire i s reportedlyknown as “Neil Deep”

Taye Diggs: i s reportedly known as “Scott Diggs”

The hacking comes on the verge of Sony's release of its new Seth Rogan and James Franco film "The Interview," in which two journalists are recruited by the United States government to kill Kim Jong Un.

North Korea has denounced "The Interview" as "undisguised sponsoring of terrorism, as well as an act of war" in a letter to U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon.

People close to the investigation of the Sony hacking have told Reuters that North Korea is a principal suspect, but a North Korean diplomat has denied that his nation is involved.

Documents released on Monday included an e-mail to Sony that demanded "monetary compensation" to avoid "great damage" to the studio, according to the website Mashable. The e-mail was dated Nov. 21, Mashable said in its report. News of the hacking became public on Nov. 24.

A Sony spokesman had no comment on the new letter or the Mashable report. Sony Pictures Entertainment is a unit of Japan's Sony Corp.

"The Interview," starring James Franco and Seth Rogen, is scheduled for release in the United States and Canada on Dec. 25. The studio is holding advance screenings for media and others.