Mark Rylance is in negotiations to join the cast, which also includes Mia Wasikowska, Helena Bonham Carter and Sacha Baron Cohen. [...]
As floor themes, that is ? while we wish our evening at Generator London would have included hanging out with Sacha Baron Cohen, Julie Andrews, and Daniel Craig (imagine that), they were only there in spirit, bringing a splash of different color and design to the just-reopened hostel-with-style in Bloomsbury. Show More Summary
Even if you take away his two Muppet movies, writer/director James Bobin is a guy you want to talk to. He helped shape Sacha Baron Cohen’s legendary Da Ali G Show and the HBO show Flight of the Conchords, and is helming the next Disney Alice in Wonderland film, Alice Through the Looking Glass. Show More Summary
Things aren’t getting any easier for Sony’s still-untitled Freddie Mercury biopic but, as they say, the show must go on. In December, Sacha Baron Cohen was excused from the role of the Queen frontman—despite being a lanky guy who often has a mustache—and replaced with Skyfall’s Ben Whishaw, a similarly lanky guy who can probably grow a mustache. Show More Summary
GCB alumna Leslie Bibb has been cast as the female lead in Love Is Relative, NBC’s multi-camera comedy pilot from writer Dan Mazer, co-writer of the Sacha Baron Cohen films Borat and Bruno. The project, from 20th TV, Tom Werner’s Good...Show More Summary
A British spy must watch after his idiotic soccer hooligan brother in this comedy from director Louis Leterrier. [...]
Briefly: The spy comedy Grimsby, co-written and starring Sacha Baron Cohen, has just been given a release date by Sony Pictures. Yes, you read that right. Though Paramount (who released his previous films) recently re-upped their first look deal with the comedic genius, his latest film has switched distributors. Directed by Louis Leterrier, Sony will release […]
EXCLUSIVE: Paramount Pictures has renewed its first look deal with Sacha Baron Cohen’s Four By Two Films, with a three year term and a commitment to make two pictures. At the same time, Sony Pictures has picked up worldwide rights to Grimsby, a comedy that was developed by Baron Cohen’s company at Paramount. Show More Summary
Yes, it’s true. Sacha Baron Cohen’s most infamous character lives. Ali G Rezurection – coming to FXX on February 2th. For two considerably less safe for work teasers, follow the jump.
Respect. R-E-S-T-E-C-P. FXX is set to premiere television comedy Ali G: Rezurection from Da Ali G Show creator Sacha Baron Cohen on February 26th. FXX’s Ali G: Rezurection will broadcast all 18 episodes of early 2000s Da Ali G Show, including those that had never been aired in the United States, with new introductions filmed [...]
Booyakasha! The character that put Sacha Baron Cohen on the map is back and coming to FXX. The series will include all 18 heducational episodes of the show, including six which never aired in the U.S, and newly shot introductions.
This is not a Sacha Baron Cohen movie-project update. Rather, we’re here to let you know that one Phillip Hajszan (pictured) is today making stateside headlines for having dressed up yesterday, at Super Bowl media day, as a guy who could diagram an intricate symphony. Show More Summary
In addition to not playing Freddie Mercury and making a movie about lesbians, Variety reports that Sacha Baron Cohen is also in early talks to join Through The Looking Glass, the previously announced sequel to Disney’s Alice In Wonderland. Show More Summary
Sacha Baron Cohen might play the villain in Disney’s sequel to Alice in Wonderland, Through The Looking Glass. Variety reports that Cohen would play the main villain, but details of his character are still unknown. Johnny Depp and Mia Wasikowska … Continue reading ? The post Sacha Baron Cohen In Talks To Play ‘Wonderland’ Sequel Villain appeared first on Latino-Review.com.
Does an official toy photo reveal the 12th Doctor's costume? Sacha Baron Cohen's could join the Alice in Wonderland sequel. Ron Howard is still moving ahead with The Dark Tower. Orphan Black's doing something in season two that's causing the cast to lose sleep. And the CW's Flash adds a major hero. Spoilers now! Read more...
The sequel to Tim Burton’s billion-dollar 2010 pic will be called Through The Looking Glass, and Sacha Baron Cohen is in early talks to star. Disney‘s new film, directed by The Muppets helmer James Bobin and set for release May 27, 2016, returns Mia Wasikowska as Alice and Johnny Depp as Mad Hatter. Show More Summary
Johnny Depp and Mia Wasikowska return as The Mad Hatter and Alice. The project is reportedly now entitled Through the Looking Glass. [...]
Just last fall, before Thanksgiving, we learned that Disney would send their sequel to Tim Burton's Alice in Wonderland to theaters on May 27th, 2016. Both Johnny Depp and Mia Wasikowska are returning as The Mad Hatter and Alice respectively, and now we have word on the villain for the sequel called Through the Looking Glass. Show More Summary
Briefly: Sacha Baron Cohen and Johnny Depp are getting set to have a little Sweeney Todd reunion in the Alice in Wonderland sequel Through the Looking Glass. Cohen is in talks to play an unknown role in the film that Disney is putting together, which also will have Mia Wasikowska reprising the role of Alice. […]
Sacha Baron Cohen appears set to make a trip Through the Looking Glass. Variety reports that the Borat star is in talks to take on the villain role in director James Bobin's big screen sequel to Tim Burton's Alice in Wonderland. TheShow More Summary