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Sacha Baron Cohen's New Film Will See Actor Play A Football Hooligan... From Grimsby

British comedian Sacha Baron Cohen has a highly impressive back catalogue of fictional and highly controversial characters.

But it appears the 42-year-old is set to take his work to a totally different level next year, when he is set to play a 1980′s football hooligan from Grimsby, England. 182 more words

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Sacha Baron Cohen filming soccer-hooligan comedy, "Grimsby"

Sacha Baron Cohen is working on a soccer-themed film called ‘Grimsby’ and judging by a pic recently Tweeted from teaser-trailer.com, it looks hilarious.

Per the website, the film concerns a secret agent (Mark Strong) who learns that he has a long-lost brother, a dimwitted soccer fan (Baron Cohen), with whom he must go on the run. 263 more words

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Sacha Baron Cohen Is Pissing People Off Again, This Time An Entire British Town

Sacha Baron Cohen is great at pissing people off. There were so many Borat and Bruno-related lawsuits that I’ve lost count, and it sounds like that wacky kidder is up to his old tricks again. 482 more words

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From Bare Butts to Scary Santas: 10 Banned Movie Posters

Another day, another controversy incited by the oft-prudish rulings of the Motion Picture Association of America (MPAA). This time it’s Terry Gilliam’s The Zero Theorem… 1,088 more words

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Penelope Cruz Joins Sacha Baron Cohen's Next Film!

It looks like Penelope Cruz plans to wash the taste out of her mouth after ‘The Counselor’ by joining Sacha Baron Cohen’s spy comedy ‘Grimsby’. The film will be directed by Louis Leterrier who last directed the surprise hit ‘Now You See Me’ from a script written by Cohen, Phil Johnston and Peter Baynham. 52 more words

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