August 24, 2016  

"Borat" Faces World Premiere at Toronto Film Fest

July 27, 2006 (7:54 am) GMT
"Borat" will have its world premiere at the 31st Toronto Film Festival held in September.

Following other movies like "" and "Black Sheep", "" will also encounter its world premiere at Toronto International Film Festival, so the organizers of the event have confirmed on Tuesday, July 25.

Starring funnyman under the direction of "Seinfeld" alumnus Larry Charles, the flick will be screened during the Midnight Madness program together with the aforementioned pictures.

A 20th Century Fox's production set for a November theatrical release, "Borat" follows the journey of the title character played by Cohen from his native country of Kazakhstan to the United States in his effort to make a documentary that explains Americans to his country.

TODAY'S HEADLINES

  1. Pro Dancers of 'Dancing with the Stars' Season 23 Revealed
  2. Meek Mill Infuriated Drake After He Tried to Block Canadian Rapper From Partying in Philly
  3. Vin Diesel Thinks The Rock 'Shined' Amid 'Fast and Furious 8' On-Set Beef
  4. Is He Sorry? Justin Bieber Reunites With Sofia Richie Ahead of Her 18th Birthday
  5. Stephen Colbert Mocks Ryan Lochte's Robbery Claims, Spoofs His Interview With Matt Lauer
  6. Watch Helen Mirren Perfectly Handle a Sexist Interviewer 40 Years Ago
  7. Early Concept Art of 'Captain America: Civil War' Sees Ant-Man Fighting the Cap
  8. James Harden's Signature Shoes Are So Bad That People Make Fun of Them. Read the Funny Ones