Sacha Baron Cohen may have recently shown up in family film Hugo, but for The Dictator, he's going for more grown-up subject matter. In the political satire, Cohen plays the title character, a Saddam Hussein-like world leader who comes to America from his country, which he has been terrorizing for years. The film is a reunion for Cohen and Larry Charles, who directed Bruno and Borat, and though I love their collaborations, it feels like they're borrowing from their older material here.
Paramount Pictures has released the first trailer for The Dictator, in which Sacha Baron Cohen plays a ruthless Middle Eastern dictator, something along the lines of Saddam Hussein and Muammar Gaddafi, who is sent to America in exil... Read Post
Sacha Baren Cohen, the funny man and character actor behind 'Borat' and 'Bruno,' is gearing up to play his most political role to date. The actor will be playing the role of former Iraqi president Saddam Hussein. Cohen is set to sta... Read Post
Last week, we got our first official peek at The Dictator, Sacha Baron Cohen’s upcoming satire about a foreign tyrant who gets booted from his own country. Today, we’ve got a glimpse of a what looks like a totally new character, cau... Read Post