Porn magnate Larry Flynt criticized the U.S. government and Sony Pictures' handling of the hacking of the studio, and announced his own X-rated response to the controversy.

Flynt's Hustler Video company announced Friday that it is producing a pornographic parody of “The Interview,” the Sony movie about an assassination attempt on Kim Jong Un, that North Korea branded an “act of war.”

Hustler's movie, to be called “This Ain’t The Interview XXX,” will also feature a story about Americans being sent to kill the North Korean leader, and will begin production in 2015.

“If Kim Jong Un and his henchmen were upset before, wait till they see the movie we’re going to make,” Flynt said in a statement to Entertainment Weekly. “I’ve spent a lifetime fighting for the First Amendment, and no foreign dictator is going to take away my right to free speech.”

Hustler has made pornographic parodies of other pop-culture staples, including "The Simpsons", "Game of Thrones" and "Glee," according to WSB-TV

In an appearance on the BBC's Newsnight program Friday, Flynt had harsh words for the studio: “I think the problem is that Sony had no backbone, and would not stand up to some tinhorn dictator. ... I find it unbelievable.”

“Our government doesn't want to stand up and the people involved don't want to stand up. We're the laughing stock of the world for allowing something like this to take place,” Flynt added.

Flynt is no stranger to the dangers involved in free speech. He was shot and paralyzed in 1978. Convicted serial killer Joseph Paul Frank later claimed that he had shot Flynt after being angered by pornographic photos, featuring an interracial couple, published in Hustler.

Flynt's victory in a 1988 Supreme Court case involving Jerry Falwell was also seen as a significant win for advocates of free expression in the U.S.