Sacha Baron Cohen got exactly what he wanted at the Oscars, as he successfully pulled off an attention-grabbing publicity stunt to promote his upcoming film, “The Dictator.”
To recap: After much (manufactured) hubbub, Baron Cohen showed up to the Oscars red carpet dressed as Adm. Gen. Aladeen, the fictional leader of the Republic of Wadiya. The “Hugo” actor, who looked a bit like Moammar Gaddafi in a white military uniform decked out in flashy accoutrements, proceeded to say outrageous things while carrying an urn containing “the ashes” of late North Korean leader Kim Jong Il.
Ryan Seacrest hasn't forgotten about the kerfuffle Sacha Baron Cohen caused at the Oscars when he dumped an urn of "ashes" on the host while doing an interview as his "The Dictator" character. The two finally spoke at "Saturday Nigh... Read Post
Ryan Seacrest was a good sport on the Oscars red carpet this afternoon by interviewing Sacha Baron Cohen, who was in full character for his upcoming film, The Dictator. But before the playful chat ended, Sacha spilled an urn full of... Read Post
Post by Julie Ryan Evans And the award for the biggest loser at the 2012 Academy Awards goes to... Sacha Baron Cohen. While he's pulled some pretty funny stunts in the past (remember the Ron Paul interview?), his move tonight at the... Read Post