Donald Trump has labelled Sacha Baron Cohen "a phoney guy" and "a creep" after the British comedian featured the president's lawyer in his new Borat movie
'What we’re seeing today is the demonisation of dissent': Aaron Sorkin on upcoming film, news media, and courtroom dramas
In a conversation moderated by film critic Elvis Mitchell at the 2020 Toronto International Film Festival, Sorkin discussed his film The Trial of the Chicago 7, directing a starry ensemble cast, and the “demonisation of dissent” in Trump’s America.
Sacha Baron Cohen's Borat sequel to hit Amazon Prime Video before US presidential election in November
The Borat sequel will see Sacha Baron Cohen reprise his cult favourite role as a bumbling and politically incorrect reporter from Kazakhstan, nearly 15 years after the original film.
Cohen gave a scathing speech calling all social media companies the ‘greatest propaganda machine in history’.
The Spy review: Netflix series on Israeli agent Eli Cohen is perfect dramatic showcase for Sacha Baron Cohen
Netflix's The Spy, starring Sacha Baron Cohen, is based on the true story of Israeli agent Eli Cohen, who successfully infiltrated the highest echelons of Syrian society and government during the first half of the 1960s, feeding valuable information back to his home country.
The Spy is based on the real real-life Mossad agent Eli Cohen, who was an Israeli agent in the 1960s Syria.
Roy Moore's lawsuit appears to be the first actually filed by one of the string of politicians who were duped and humiliated by Sacha Baron Cohen on the show Who is America.
Showtime President David Nevins called Sacha Baron Cohen the 'Daniel Day-Lewis of comedy.'
Sacha Baron Cohen's Who Is America? prank forces Republican lawmaker, who yelled racial slurs on show, to resign
In Who Is America?, Jason Spencer repeatedly shouts a racial slur after Cohen tells him the tactic is useful for drawing bystanders' attention to an unfolding attack.
Sacha Baron Cohen's Who Is America? ratings almost triple with 2.8 mn viewers tuning in for second episode
In the second episode of Who Is America?, Cohen persuades Republican Rep. Jason Spencer to take part in several outlandish exercises.
Who Is America? review: Sacha Baron Cohen's new satire does not 'make benefit' his once glorious career
Retaining the inflammatory nature of his previous work, Sacha Baron Cohen updates his tried-and-tested formula to include 2018 America's ideological polarities in Who Is America?
Palin complained on Facebook that Sacha Baron Cohen disguised himself as a disabled US veteran in a wheelchair when she was duped into an interview
Some politicians are going through the several stages of panic associated with an interview with Sacha Baron Cohen: remorse, damage control, anger and regret for being duped.
Sarah Palin alleges she got "duped" by Sacha Baron Cohen to appear on comedian's show Who Is America?
In his new show Who is America?, Sacha Baron Cohen goes after powerful political figures of the United States.
It is not clear whether Baron Cohen will resurrect his cheeky alter ego Ali G in Who is America?.
In the 2016 satirical comedy Grimsby, which Baron Cohen starred in and co-wrote, Trump becomes infected with HIV after Daniel Radcliffe's blood is sprayed into his mouth due to a gunshot.
The six-episode Netflix series The Spy tells the story of Eli Cohen (Sacha Baron Cohen), a spy for Israel in Syria in the early 1960s.
Sacha Baron Cohen will play Eli Cohen in the show, a real Israeli spy based in Syria in the early 1960s.
The spirit of Christmas present: Sacha Baron Cohen and Isla Fisher give $1 million for Syrian refugees
British comedian Sacha Baron Cohen and his wife Isla Fisher are donating $1 million (900,000 euros) to help Syrian refugees.
Actress Isla Fisher and actor husband Sacha Baron Cohen's third child is a boy, whom they have named Montgomery Moses Brian.