Sacha Baron Cohen turned out to be as wild as ever in the incredibly controversial trailer for the sequel to Borat 2.
The hilarious new teaser for the long-awaited trailer was released Thursday, featuring high-risk depictions of the character who portrays Donald Trump, calling Harry Potter a "sex offender" and trying to get his daughter to have an abortion.
The Kazakh character claims to have impregnated his offspring in the clip before later going into a gun shop and making new friends who claim the Democratic Party is more dangerous than the coronavirus.
Oh oh! Sacha Baron Cohen turned out to be as wild as ever in the incredibly controversial trailer for the sequel to Borat 2
The sequel is titled Borat: Gift of the Pornographic Monkey to Vice Premier Mikhael Pence to support the recently diminished nation of Kazakhstan.
Typically explosively, the character mixes with the Americans in the most shocking and extreme ways while landing in the United States.
With his daughter in tow, Borat goes to a rally with Vice President of the United States, Mike Pence, at which the character slips into a very realistic Trump costume to the indignation of the other participants.
Borat carries his daughter over his arm while he storms through the rally and, as US President Donald Trump, exclaims: "I brought the girl for you!" with Pence staring at the camera on stage.
Oh no! The hilarious new teaser for the long-awaited trailer was released on Thursday, featuring high-risk portrayals of the character who embodies Donald Trump, labeling Harry Potter a sex offender and trying to get his daughter to have an abortion
Controversial: In a typically explosive way, the character mingles among Americans in the most shocking and extreme style when he lands in the USA
Elsewhere during the trailer, the character decides to dress up after being too recognizable to the public and walking into a costume store.
Borat looks at the outfits on display and asks if Harry Potter is a "sex offender" after being shown the wizard's costume. He buys a thick suit in which he says, "I think that's fat as an American man."
Another controversial part of the advertisement is for Borat's daughter to buy a blue cupcake with a plastic toy baby, which will undoubtedly serve as a celebration of showers or births.
However, after the character has eaten the figure, Borat takes his daughter to a pastor in a hospital room with an ultrasound machine in the background.
Rally: With his daughter in tow, Borat goes to a rally with the Vice President of the United States, Mike Pence, where he slips into a very realistic Trump costume, much to the outrage of the other visitors
Costume: Borat carries his daughter on his arm as he storms through the rally. Disguised as US President Donald Trump, he exclaims: "I brought the girl for you!" with Pence staring at the camera on stage
His daughter says, "I have a baby inside of me," to which Borat asks for an abortion and asks, "Can you take it out?"
The pastor is outraged when he replies: “No, we can't! We don't do that here. & # 39;
Things get even more controversial when Borat says, “I feel bad because I was the one who put the baby in her. Have you ever put one in your daughter? & # 39;
Disguise: Elsewhere during the trailer, the character decides to disguise himself after being too recognizable to the public, and goes into a costume shop where he asks if Harry Potter is a "sex offender".
Fat suit: He buys a fat suit in which he says, "I think that's fat like an American man."
More controversy: In another controversial part of the ad, Borat's daughter buys a blue cupcake with a plastic toy baby that she inhales. Then they take her to an outraged pastor and ask him to remove the baby while Borat puts the baby in her & # 39;
He leaves the pastor even more stunned and says: "No, I haven't!"
The trailer also takes a more timely twist when Borat requests quarantine with a total stranger outside a store at the height of the coronavirus crisis.
Borat wears a thong at the man's house and dances and asks, "What is more dangerous … this virus or these Democrats?" to which the person and his friend both reply, "Democrats!"
Borat then tries to kill the coronavirus with a hammer on the wall, whereupon the man explains that it cannot be seen and instead encourages him to spray Covid with an anti-bac spray.
Quarantine! The trailer also takes a more timely twist when Borat requests quarantine with a complete stranger outside a store at the height of the coronavirus crisis
"Dangerous Democrats": Borat wears a thong at the man's house and dances. He asks, "What's more dangerous … this virus or these Democrats?" to which the person and his friend both reply, "Democrats!"
Prior to the trailer's release, Sacha posed for an extremely risky poster for the upcoming Borat 2 movie before it was released on Amazon Prime on October 23.
Alluding to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, the 48-year-old Sacha put on a face covering in place of the character's now iconic neon green Mankini.
The highly anticipated sequel to the actor's hugely successful 2006 comedy Borat will premiere on Amazon after the bosses acquire the worldwide rights to the film and the new poster bears the tagline: & # 39; Wear mask. Save live & # 39 ;.
Like father, like daughter: In another scene, Borat takes his daughter with him to get an evening dress in which she confuses the transparent protective bag as a dress
There was initial evidence that a sequel was taking place in August when Cohen was spotted in his iconic Borat suit with an old pickup truck.
Earlier this month, Collider reported that Borate's sequel had already been filmed and even checked for unspecified industrial types after the crew resumed production once coronavirus restrictions were eased.
Deadline Reports Sacha "risked his life" while filming and had to wear a bulletproof vest on two different days of shooting.
Hm! Prior to the trailer's release, Sacha posed for an extremely risky poster for the upcoming Borat 2 movie before it was released on Amazon Prime on October 23
Shocker! The green mankini the character wears has become a pop culture favorite and is often used as a costume
He's back again! The highly anticipated sequel to the actor's hugely successful 2006 comedy Borat will premiere on Amazon after the bosses acquire the worldwide rights to the film and the new poster bears the tagline: & # 39; Wear mask. Save live & # 39; (picture 2006)
MailOnline has asked representatives of the comedian and Amazon for a comment.
Although the title has not yet been confirmed with official marketing materials, it is the full title of the original film: Borat: American Cultural Insights for a Glorious Nation in Kazakhstan.
The name suggests that Pence will be a target while former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani will also perform.
Return: The film became a cult classic
Sequel: There was initial evidence that a sequel was taking place in August when Cohen was spotted in his iconic Borat suit with an old pickup truck
The title also suggests that Pence has ties to Russia, calling him "Mikhael Pence" instead of Mike Pence, and giving him the Russian title of "Vice Premier" instead of "Vice President".
In the original 2006 film, Cohen played his Borat character, which he first made his debut in his hit TV series Da Ali G Show.
Borat was a television reporter from Kazakhstan who was sent to America with his producer Azamat (Ken Davitan).
Sent to cover the American way of life, Borat quickly becomes obsessed with the old Baywatch TV series when he goes on a quest to find and marry star Pamela Anderson.
Quite the character: In the original 2006 film, Cohen played his Borat character, which he first made his debut in his hit TV series Da Ali G Show
The now-deleted Writer's Guild of America post also revealed that several different writers worked on Borat's sequel.
The script is credited to Sacha Baron Cohen, Anthony Hines, Dan Swimer, Peter Baynham, Erica Rivinoja, Dan Mazer, Jena Friedman and Lee Kern with stories by Sacha Baron Cohen, Anthony Hines, Dan Swimer and Nina Pedrad.
Hines, Baynham, and Mazer received script credits for the original Borat film, while Cohen, Baynham, Hines, and Todd Phillips received awards for stories.
Swimer, Kern and Hines worked with Cohen on his hit Showtime series This Is America, while Rivinoja wrote for South Park and worked on such films as Girls Trip, Cloudy With a Chance of Meatballs and Trolls.
Friedman had written for Late Night with David Letterman and The Conners while also appearing in films like Palm Springs, while Nina Pedrad has written over 30 Rock, New Girl, and Will & Grace.
Larry Charles made the first Borat film, although it is not clear whether he will direct the sequel.
Lots of Authors: The now-deleted Writer & # 39; s Guild of America post also revealed that several different authors worked on the sequel to Borat
The most controversial moments from Sacha Baron Cohen's Borat
Kazakhstan banned the film
At the time of the film's release, Kazakhstan banned the showing of the film and the sale of DVDs because of its "hideous, gross and extremely ridiculous" content.
They also threatened to sue the controversial actor.
However, in 2012 Foreign Minister Yerzhan Kazykhanov thanked Sacha for increasing tourism in the country after the parody film.
Mr. Kazykhanov said, “I applaud Borat for helping to attract tourists to Kazakhstan.
& # 39; After this film, the number of visas issued to Kazakhstan increased tenfold. This is a great victory for us and I thank Borat for attracting tourists. & # 39;
Several people who appeared in the 2006 film filed lawsuits alleging they were betrayed in the comedy, which had sales in excess of £ 100 million.
These include students from the University of South Carolina, etiquette teacher Kathie Martin, a Maryland driving instructor, Romanian villagers, and a businessman who escaped a hug from Cohen, New York City.
All cases were ultimately dismissed.
Regarding the lawsuits at the time, Sacha said: “I have been sued by about 3,000 people, but some of the letters I get are quite unusual.
“Like the one I received from an attorney who told me I was going to be sued for $ 100,000. At the end there was a PS: "Loved the movie. Can you sign a poster for my son Jeremy?"
In 2016, Sacha announced that the FBI had begun "putting together a small file" after several complaints.
He told Marc Maron on his WTF podcast in 2016: “(The FBI) received so many complaints that a terrorist was in an ice cream van.
The FBI got so many complaints that they started making a small file on us and eventually they came to visit us at the hotel.
"I obviously disappeared when I heard because they were like" FBI down ". Sacha, get out."
He had to hire protection for himself and his wife, Isla Fisher
During the same podcast with Marc Maron, Sacha said, "We're hiring a man and his job is, he's a bit like (Grimsby's) Nobby, actually … his job is to keep me from getting arrested."
He announced that he had even been warned of arrest by the Kansas police in case something else happened.
Using the film's fake Kazakh national anthem
In 2012, A fake national anthem from the film was played at an international shooting competition in Kuwait where a Kazakh female athlete won the gold medal.
The "anthem" with the lyrics: "Kazakhstan's prostitutes are the cleanest in the region. Except of course Turkmenistan, caused an outcry from the country's shooting team, who demanded an apology and a repetition of the ceremony.
The Kazakh embassy in London was placed under "strict instructions" to ensure British officials were informed of the correct anthem so as not to ensure an embarrassing repeat at the London 2012 Olympics.
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