Miley Cyrus, listen up! Funnyman Sacha Baron Cohen truly knows how to push the envelope.
At the Britannia Awards Saturday night, Cohen was awarded the Britannia Award for Excellence in Comedy, and as he accepted the honor, he staged a convincing skit in which he murders an elderly woman.
Billionaire Donald Trump reacted to Sacha Baron Cohen's ash-spilling stunt with Ryan Seacrest at Sunday's Oscar red carpet. With a frown on his face, Trump delivered his rant from behind his desk and explained why he thought it wasn't funny to dump Kim Jong Il's pretend ashes on the E! correspondent.
Trump pointed out that the security guard standing near Seacrest didn't do his job and that he believes Baron Cohen, who showed up to the event as "The Dictator" from his upcoming movie, should've been punched in the face.
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Funnyman Sacha Baron Cohen surprised E! host Ryan Seacrest on the 2012 Oscars red carpet.
Arriving to the ceremony dressed as his latest alter ego "The Dictator," Cohen accidentally dumped an urn full of what he claimed was the ashes of the late North Korean leader Kim Jon Il all over Seacrest. Classic.
"Extra's" Jerry Penacoli met with Oscar producers Brian Grazer and Don Mischer, who shot down the rumor that Sacha Baron Cohen's alter ego based on his new film, "The Dictator," isn't welcomed at this year's festivities. Says Grazer, "We're thrilled to have him and he'll be on the red carpet dressed as The Dictator."
Grazer also revealed Eddie Murphy, who dropped out as the show's host, will not be making an appearance.
Sacha Baron Cohen has reportedly been banned from Sunday's Oscars over plans to appear as the Dictator -- his latest alter ego and the subject of his new film, "The Dictator."
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Acclaimed "Hugo" director Martin Scorsese and actor Sacha Baron Cohen -- who voices the film's Station Inspector -- sat down with "Extra's" Jerry Penacoli to talk about the adventure movie's 11 Oscar nods.
Scorsese said he didn't expect 11 nominations, while Sacha exclaimed, "I did! In fact, I bet quite a lot of money."
Actor Sacha Baron Cohen, the funnyman who gave us "Borat" and "Bruno," is unafraid to roast half of Hollywood in his latest film, "The Dictator."
Watch Cohen roll around in bed with Megan Fox!
"The Dictator" storms into theaters May 11, 2012.