Adam Sandler wasn't always in place to play the lead role in the nail-biting Netflix thriller 'Uncut Gems'.
Sacha Baron Cohen doubled down on his recent broadside against Facebook at last night's Golden Globes, with a withering joke about the social network's editorial policies.
The comedian discussed his show 'Who Is America?' during a round-table interview with fellow comedy actors.
Anderson played a small role in the Baron Cohen comedy Borat, which sees the titular character falling in love with Anderson and attempting to kidnap her.
Sacha Baron Cohen brought back Borat on "Jimmy Kimmel Live" to rub elbows with Trump supporters on Election Day and even tried his own brand of voter suppression.
The Rami Malek-fronted Queen movie Bohemian Rhapsody has received lukewarm reviews for being a pretty conventional rock biopic of one of the least conventional frontmen of all time.
Those who found Sacha Baron Cohen's excruciating Who Is America? too painful to watch can relax... there will be no season two.
Sacha Baron Cohen has introduced 5 new characters in Who is America? But which is funniest, and which has done the most damage?
Sacha Baron Cohen chooses his victims well in Who is America?. But should we sympathise with those that are the butt of his pranks?
A town in Arizona is the latest to kick back against Sacha Baron Cohen and his new TV series Who Is America?
Jason Spencer, the Georgia state lawmaker who dropped his pants and screamed the “n-word” on the Sunday episode of Sacha Baron Cohen’s Showtime series <em>Who Is America?</em>, has announced his resignation effective July 31. That is change of stance for the disgraced politician who yesterday insisted that he would serve out the remaining five months of his term. The resignation comes after 48 hours of relentless mocking and calls for Spencer to step down. Spencer’s pending exit…
A Republican state representative is being called on to resign after he repeatedly used a racial slur and exposed himself during a sting on Sacha Baron Cohen's new show Who Is America?
In his continued assault on America's political class, Sacha Baron Cohen tried to sell a 'waterboarding kit' signed by Dick Cheney on eBay.
A gun shop owner in California has said that he realised he was about to be duped by Sacha Baron Cohen and told him to leave his premises.
As Sacha Baron Cohen's controversial Who is America? series premieres, we round-up the best celebrity and fans Twitter reactions.
Showtime is fighting back claims that Sacha Baron Cohen posed as a disabled veteran in his new series “Who Is America?” In a lengthy statement issued Monday, the pay cabler denied that Cohen’s character Billy Wayne Ruddick Jr., Ph.D., seen in the premiere episode of the series interviewing Sen. Bernie Sanders, claimed to have served […]
Sacha Baron Cohen's new series Who Is America? landed in the US last night, and appeared to deliver on its promise to make a mockery of US politics.
New day, similar headline, different victim — we might have to get used to this. Life apparently hasn’t been good lately for Joe Walsh, the former GOP congressman-turned-radio host who has come out as the second pundit-pol in two days to say he was punked by Sacha Baron Cohen for the comic’s upcoming Showtime series. The conservative talk-show host who used to represent Illinois’ 8th District is calling for a boycott of the premium cabler behind <i>Who Is America?</i> after…
The details of Sacha Baron Cohen's mysterious comedy show <em>Who Is America?</em> may have only been revealed earlier today but it's already heading abroad. Channel 4, Baron Cohen's longtime home in the UK, will air the seven-part series almost day-and-date with Showtime. The show, which was created and executive produced by Baron Cohen and is also executive produced by Anthony Hines, Todd Schulman, Andrew Newman, Dan Mazer and Adam Lowitt, will air on C4 on Monday July 16 at…
A teaser for the show, unveiled last night, shows a clip in which he gives former Vice President Dick Cheney a waterboarding kit to sign... which he duly does.
In a cryptic clip posted on his Twitter page, the British actor presented 'a message from your President @realDonaldTrump on Independence Day', to celebrate July 4.