Back in his native UK environment, Sasha Baron Cohen was spotted premiering his new raunchy comedy “Bruno” in London, England today (June 17).
The “Borat” funnyman donned a scandalously altered Royal Guard uniform with cut-off sleeves and super short/tight black leather shorts as he greeted the fans and paparazzi outside the Empire Leicester Square.
She’s one of the hottest up-and-coming actresses out there, and earlier this week Isla Fisher was spotted arriving in New York City at JFK International Airport along with her daughter Olive.
The “Wedding Crashers” hottie and her adorable little girl looked pensive as they made their way through the terminal, with Isla helping little Olive with a few steps before picking her up and carrying her.
Gay cowboys displaying physical affection, and a fictitious reporter/hack from Kazakhstan are just a few to name who have suffered human rights abuses in 2006. “Brokeback Mountain” and “Borat” may be the most notorious two, but there are many other within the entertainment industry that have grown accustomed to having some of the content that is produced banned or restricted by foreign governments.