Neil Armstrong was the first to walk on the moon. The Wright brothers were the first to fly. And Sacha Baron Cohen was the first to realize Donald Trump is a dick. These are all equal in stature if you’re anything other than a white upper-class cisgender male and routinely thank Hashem or Allah or…
Director James Bobin and Sacha Baron Cohen have had a close relationship for years, first working together all the way back in the late-1990s when Cohen was first developing his Ali G character on the U.K.'s The 11 O'Clock Show. This...Show More Summary
CAA just announced internally that Sacha Baron Cohen has signed with CAA. The news comes just as Baron Cohen hits the big screen this Memorial Day weekend frame with Disney’s Alice Through The Looking Glass opposite Johnny Depp, Anne...Show More Summary
There are a handful of trusty through lines in new reviews of Alice Through the Looking Glass. To begin with, it’s apparent enough that Sacha Baron Cohen, who plays “Time,” is doing a not-at-all veiled Christoph Waltz impression. And most critics agree the film is a wonder-free, effects-drunk slog meant to bank on its predecessor’s […]
I don't know how Sacha Baron Cohen thinks he has something on Trump to tell. This is just unbecoming: "Sacha Baron Cohen Claims Trump Lied About His Famous Ali G Interview/The details simply don't add up."It made me watch the old clip, which I've embedded. Show More Summary
"The Late Late Show" had Sacha Baron Cohen as a guest on May 23, 2016. The actor discussed his 2003 interview with Donald Trump, which he conducted as his character, Ali G. Produced by Jacqui Frank Follow BI Video: On Twitter Join the conversation about this story »
Back in 2003, Cohen interviewed Trump as Ali G. Trump later claimed he was the only person who immediately walked out of an Ali G interview. Now, Cohen is calling BS.
Sacha Baron Cohen, Mia Wasikowska, Anne Hathaway, and Johnny Depp walk the red carpet at the premiere of Alice Through the Looking Glass on Monday night (May 23) at the El Capitan Theatre in Hollywood. The co-stars were joined at the event by the movie’s other star Matt Lucas, who plays Tweedledee and Tweedledum. Make [...]
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After several unsuccessful attempts on the open market, Sacha Baron Cohen finally sold his Los Angeles starter house in a clandestine off-market deal for $2.5 million. Property records show the unassuming and stylishly updated late-1950s...Show More Summary
Johnny Depp poses on the carpet at the Alice Through The Looking Glass premiere held at the Odeon Leicester Square on Tuesday (May 10) in London, England. Also seen on the blue carpet that evening were his co-star Sacha Baron Cohen with wife Isla Fisher, Ed Speleers with wife Asia, Andrew Scott, and producer Tim [...]
Such sad news. Sacha Baron Cohen is grieving the loss of his father Gerald Baron Cohen, who passed away at the age of 83 on Tuesday. According to reports, the businessman died at his London home surrounded by family following a "short illness." Related: Sacha Gets Real With Howard Stern The 44-year-old actor was extremely close to his father, [...]
French IndyCar racing champion Simon Pagenaud has had enough... enough of people confusing him for Sacha Baron Cohen's wacky french driving character from 'Talladega Nights.' We got Simon at the Grand Prix of Long Beach -- shorty before he won the…
Can we try Jay Leno first, and see what happens?
WASHINGTON — Irish rock star Bono showed up Tuesday on Capitol Hill to plead for more money for refugees — and to offer a novel suggestion on how to fight violent extremists. Bono said comedy should be used to help defang extremists sowing chaos in the Middle East and driving millions of families...
U2 singer Bono appeared Tuesday before a Senate subcommittee hearing on “causes of violent extremism and the role of foreign assistance,” where he advocated a new Marshall Plan for the Middle East, Reuters reported. But besides encouraging...Show More Summary
Bono suggested the United States deploy comedians Amy Schumer, Chris Rock and Sacha Baron Cohen to fight violent extremism during a Senate subcommittee hearing, Reuters reports. The hearing specifically dealt with the "causes and consequences of violent extremism and the role of foreign assistance." The U2 frontman joined a panel of diplomats and aid...
The U2 frontman believes Amy Schumer, Chris Rock, and Sacha Baron Cohen are the secrets to peace in the Middle East.
Today, Bono visited Congress to attend a Senate subcommittee hearing on "causes and consequences of violent extremism and the role of foreign assistance." He was there alongside diplomats and aid experts asking the United States government to provide aid to the Middle East. Show More Summary
U2 frontman Bono has a novel idea for Congress: send in the comedy troupes to combat ISIS. Speaking at a Senate hearing on the role of foreign assistance in combating violent extremism worldwide, Bono pointed out that military solutions...Show More Summary