He sneaks political and social messages into outrageous comedy, tricking audiences into hearing them.
The Academy "swatted it down" because he would've been "too big of a wild card."
Plus: Old people singing and robots!
Pete Rose has a pretty reasonable excuse for not wanting to eat sushi off a naked man's body.
Her cameo will be restored as an extra for the movie's DVD release.
Terrorists: "We reserve the right to respond in the way we find suitable against this man. The movie was part of a conspiracy against the al-Aqsa Martyrs Brigade."
The movie had a soft No. 1 opening over the weekend — but charges from the first 'Brüno' lawsuit have been dropped.
'Newsweek' today has the details of how the scene was shot, which sort of makes the crowd's reaction seem slightly less spontaneous.
Baron Cohen stacks the deck relentlessly and hammers some easy targets, but the homophobia rarely erupts.
If you've seen one Bruno talk-show appearance, you've basically seen them all.
Movieline reveals the planned ending that was scrapped in favor of something slightly better.
Abdul was "very game," claim the actually entertaining production notes for 'Brüno.'
"We decided to take it out for tonight, and we'll reassess before the release whether to keep it out," says director Larry Charles.
Those weren't real prostitutes at Brüno's promotional appearance today.
"The pygmy sex scene is one of the most horrific incidents ever committed to celluloid."
Even though ads promise "real people, real situations," there was actually no baby present during the filming of the hot-tub sex scene. Outrageous!
Yes, it was planned in advance.
A woman duped in next month's movie is suing Sacha Baron Cohen for putting her in a wheelchair.
Says a writer on Sunday's MTV Movie Awards: "They rehearsed it at dress and yes, it went as far as it did on the live show then."
It seems like he had plenty of time to move out of the way.
"I said, 'No, I won't be doing that ... And by the way, where's my award?'"
Paula Abdul is interviewed in the movie, though she genuinely thought she was being questioned for a real documentary by an authentic gay Austrian fashionista.
As you probably figured, Sacha Baron Cohen's new movie won't be released with an NC-17 rating.
It's not even as dirty as the one for 'I Love You, Man'!