What a country.
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What a country.
Breaking down Pamela Anderson's kidnapping scene from "Borat." Yes, Kid Rock is involved.
Cable network hopes to reintroduce Sacha Baron Cohen's original series to a new group of TV viewers.
A Kazakh athlete recently took home a gold medal at an "international shooting event" in Kuwait (which, as I imagine it, involves shooting a goat carcass with a Kalashnikov then fetching it with a hawk), and during the official medal ceremony, she received her trophy to the tune of the parody anthem from Borat rather than her country's actual national anthem.
In a deal that could very well change the way you look at life forever, Isla Fisher impregnator Sacha Baron Cohen has signed on to play Queen singer Freddie Mercury in a biopic about his life.
Sacha Baron Cohen has signed on to star in Borat writer Dan Mazer's film about the Eurovision song contest, which he's been developing <a href="http://www.variety.com/article/VR1117964843.html?categoryid=13&cs=1" target="_blank">since 2007</a>.
Maddi x Oily Elbows x Titillating Tuesday Detroit Lions Unveil New Logo [NFL Fanhouse] New Dan Brown Novel, The Lost Symbol, Coming In September [Yahoo] White Watch: Pigment-Deficient Hip-Hop Stars Come On Strong [Timeout New York] Cavs' Brown Named Coach Of The Year [ESPN] Big [...].
Bruno, Sacha Baron Cohen's follow up to Borat, has received an NC-17 rating in its first submission to the MPAA, the shadowy cabal with the power to basically torpedo your movie if they want, since most theaters won't show an NC-17 film.
As reported by, uh, <a href="http://www.fashionweekdaily.com/news/fullstory.sps?inewsid=6625778" target="_blank">fashionweekdaily</a> (is that an oxymoron.
I know I'm ruining this movie for you but this is my job and I've got vices to support.
As <a href="http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20081103/ap_en_mo/people_sacha_baron_cohen" target="_blank">Yahoo</a> and others are reporting, Sacha Baron Cohen went "undercover" as <a href="http://filmdrunk.uproxx.com/?p=4029" target="_blank">Bruno</a> to a Prop 8 (that's the one that would ban gay marriage) rally in California.
For the second day in a row, Sacha Baron Cohen (Borat) has disrupted a fashion show in Milan while filming <a href="http://filmdrunk.uproxx.com/?p=1405" target="_blank">the Bruno movie</a>, which I guaran-f-cking-tee you will not be titled "Bruno: Delicious Journeys Through America for the Purpose of Making Heterosexual Males Visibly Uncomfortable in the Presence of a Gay Foreigner in a Mesh T-Shirt" like they keep saying.
Three more lawsuits filed by people from the Borat movie have been thrown out of court.
Taking a cue from the clever guy at a law school Halloween party, Sacha Cohen has signed on to produce and possibly star in Accidentes, a film about an ambulance-chasing personal injury lawyer to be written by Peter Baynham, a writer on Borat.
A federal judge today dismissed a lawsuit filed by the guy who ran away from Borat screaming like a little bitch (you can see him at <a href="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xa7_fSAEkaA" target="_blank">0:24 of the trailer</a>).
Kansas is all abuzz with news that a film crew is roaming around claiming to be shooting a documentary about “American culture”, when they’re actually shooting a “Borat-like prank”.
According to the London Sunday Times, Sacha Baron Cohen (Borat) is set to play Abbie Hoffman in Steven Spielberg's The Trial of the Chicago Seven.
Borat portrayer and Kosher-keeping Jew Sacha Baron Cohen* got his first Hanukkah present today, a lawsuit from the guy in the above clip.
Sacha Baron Cohen is setting out on a book tour as Borat, to promote Borat: Touristic Guidings to Glorious Nation of Kazakhstan, which is said to already be the number one purchase among awkward fathers torturing their children with bad impressions in a desperate attempt to relate.