Fresh off of a flight around the globe, Sacha Baron Cohen was his usual scene-causing self as he touched down in Sydney, Australia on Tuesday (May 1).
Donning a full-grown beard and a grey sweat suit while using his own body as an advertisement for the flick, the 40-year-old actor arrived at the Sydney International Airport in character for his new film “The Dictator” with a band of babes in tow.
He has always been known for causing a stir, and Sacha Baron Cohen's latest film “The Dictator” has already created controversy in his native United Kingdom.
The “Borat” comedian put together a new trailer for the film in Great Britain in which he states, “I would like to congratulate your dictatoress Elizabeth on her blood diamond jubilee and I hope it is a smooth transition when her son Charles eventually kills her and seizes power.”
With its theatrical release date getting closer and closer, Paramount Pictures has just debuted the first clip for “The Dictator.”
Directed by Larry Charles of “Borat,” “Bruno,” and “Curb Your Enthusiasm,” the comedy film tells the story of a dictator who risks his life to prevent democracy from coming to the country he adoringly oppressed.