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Developed at Paramount Pictures, the new project is inspired by real-life experience of Hong Kong billionaire Cecil Chao, who offers rewards to any man who would marry his lesbian daughter.
The comedian husband of Isla Fisher has sold an untitled pitch to Paramount Pictures that follows a 007-like secret agent who goes in the run with his 'moronic soccer hooligan' brother.
A Palestinian grocer has reached a settlement after suing Sacha Baron Cohen for portraying him as a terrorist in 2009's movie 'Bruno'.
Words are, the 'Borat' actor has been told to take 'some time out' after having a vocal problem that hinders him from shooting the musical film which requires all of its actors to sing live.
Still, the 'Great Gatsby' actress believes she and the 'Dictator' star are no difference from other married couples in terms that they 'tend to run things by each other in every capacity.'
Also spotted attending the special screening at the Royal Festival Hall in London are Anna Faris who shows off tiny bump in a daring red dress, and Isla Fisher who looks sexy in a gray mini dress.
The leaked pictures show the actor husband of Isla Fisher being surrounded by scantily-clad babes and posing with a boxer-clad male tied to the bed.
While Baron Cohen leaves the Quentin Tarantino-directed western film due to his busy schedule promoting 'Dictator', Russell's reason of departure is still unclear.
During his recent radio show, Ryan Seacrest says the 'Dictactor' star has genuinely apologized for spilling an urn full of ashes on him at the red carpet, and explained why he changed his target.
The 'Borat' actor additionally stopped by 'TODAY' show to promote the adult comedy film, jokingly threatening the safety of host Matt Lauer's family.
Baron Cohen's Admiral General Aladeen is seen bluntly telling Anna Faris' character that watching a woman going to school is like 'seeing a monkey on roller skates.'
After having Cohen's 'Dictactor' character dumping the ashes on him, Seacrest writes on Twitter, 'My mom always told me to pack two jackets for red carpets, always wondered why. Now I know.'
Cohen's Admiral General Aladeen posts a note on his Twitter, claiming that 'the Academy have surrendered and sent over two tickets and a parking pass' so that he could attend the 2012 Academy Awards.
Cohen's alter-ego Admiral General Aladeen promises to release a 'formal response' on Friday, February 24 over the swriling report that he's banned from attending the 2012 Academy Awards.
The AMPAS has made it clear that it hasn't yanked the 'Borat' actor's Oscars ticket yet, but noted that it will not welcome the comedian if he appears as General Admiral Alladeen on the red carpet.