With Sacha Baron Cohen's latest hair appliance entering theaters May 16, Paramount has put the opening of The Dictator online as a way to introduce the titular character to those unfamiliar with his work harassing Al Roker and making Ryan Seacrest cry. It's embedded below, but as a warning, the minute-and-a-half of footage does contain a shot of a newborn's mass of fake pubic hair, which I'm not sure is safe for work. Logically, a naked baby shouldn't be a big deal to see at work--quite the opposite, co-workers often give high praise for a tastefully-displayed Anne Geddes calendar--but it somehow seems gross to be looking at if there's a big baby bush involved. You make the call.
To look at the marketing material thus far, you'd be forgiven for thinking The Dictator was entirely about Sacha Baron Cohen doing a misogynistic Triumph the Insult Comic Dog impression from beneath regalia and a fake beard (and occasionally making Ryan Seacrest cry). The movie... / Continue →
From Movieweb, here's a first look at Sacha Baron Cohen in The Dictator and photographic assurance that, yes, Cohen's latest comedy will once again provide a suitable costume for your fraternity's Halloween party. You can even still use the hair from Fun World's Eurasian Travel... / Continue →