Moments after this plan is revealed, Austin Powers and the British Secret Service attack the base and arrest Dr. Austin is knighted for his services, but is disappointed when his father, the famous super-spy Nigel Powers, does not attend the event.
Upon exiting the theater they run into Fat Bastard, now thinner but flabby, thanks to the Subway diet. Evil's Hollywood lair, Scott – now completely bald, dressed like and laughing in a manner similar to his father—declares he will get his revenge on Austin and begins dancing like Michael Jackson.
The title of the film, Goldmember, led to legal action being taken by MGM, the distributors of the James Bond film franchise, that briefly led to the film's title being removed from promotional material and trailers.
Michael Mc Donald (the Virtucon guard who got run over by a steamroller in "International Man of Mystery" and a NATO soldier in "The Spy Who Shagged Me") appears as the royal guard.
Johan van der Smut, better known as Goldmember, is a fictional villain played by Myers (John Travolta plays the character in a cameo at the end of the film).
Austin Powers in Goldmember is a 2002 American spy action comedy film.