July 23, 2017  

First 'Dictator' Trailer Highlights Sacha Baron Cohen as Eccentric Tyrant

December 15, 2011 (7:10 am) GMT
The trailer sees Baron Cohen playing a rich man from the Middle East who enters New York City by riding a camel and pays Megan Fox with cheap stone to sleep with.
First 'Dictator' Trailer Highlights Sacha Baron Cohen as Eccentric Tyrant

"" has got its first trailer available for viewing pleasure. Opening with a scene where President Barrack Obama and Secretary of State Hillary Clinton talk about a tyrant who controls the nation for decades, the promo video then sees playing a luxuriantly bearded Middle Eastern billionaire who has an eccentric and annoying manner.

He then enters New York City by riding a camel while saying, "Ahh.. America, the birth place of AIDS." At one point, he is seen lying on a luxurious bed with , who plays a woman who gets paid to sleep with a man. When she receives some jewels as her payment, she asks, "What's this? A ruby? Is that a joke? What am I, a Kardashian?"

"The Dictator" follows the heroic story of a dictator who risked his life to ensure that democracy would never come to the country he so lovingly oppressed. Larry Charles serves behind the lens for the dramedy, while Baron Cohen co-produces and co-writes the film in addition to starring in it.

Rounding up the cast ensemble are , , and Jason Mantzoukas. The movie is slated for a May 11, 2012 release in theaters across the U.S.



TODAY'S HEADLINES

  1. Song Joong Ki and Song Hye Kyo Are Asked to Tie the Knot at 'DotS' Theme Park
  2. New Couple Alert! Brooklyn Beckham and Madison Beer Are Dating
  3. 'Gambit' Is Being Reworked Following Success of 'Deadpool' and 'Logan'
  4. Rob Kardashian Returns to Twitter to Post Photo of Daughter Dream
  5. 'Home Alone' Actor John Heard Dies at 72
  6. Comic-Con: 'The Walking Dead' First Season 8 Trailer Teases Major Time Jump
  7. Jeremy Meeks and Chloe Green Make Out During L.A. Coffee Run: We Are in Love
  8. Beyonce's Madame Tussauds Wax Figure 'Adjusted' After Whitewashing Controversy