Leah Greenblatt Highlights Some of the Stunts Sacha Baron Cohen Pulls Off in ‘Borat Subsequent Moviefilm’, 14 Years After the Character’s Big Screen Debut
EW Critic at Large, Leah Greenblatt, discusses what fans can expect from the new 'Borat' sequel, Sacha Baron Cohen's commitment to the role and the film's social commentary, plus EW staffers pick their favorite Sacha Baron Cohen moments!
Katy Perry received a very niiiice birthday gift, courtesy of Borat.
"@katyperry your dream come true birthday message my love HAPPY BIRTHDAY ❤️🎂🎈@boratsagdiyev 🤣," the actor captioned the post on Sunday.
“Jak sie masz [How are you], Katy Pepsi," Borat began the video, after awkwardly staring at the camera for a few seconds.
"I was planning on going sailing in Florida and so I make internet searching of Orlando water sports. But instead, Mr. Google sent me a photograph of your husband with his crumb out. He have a very good one," he said, likely referencing Bloom's infamous naked paddleboarding photo in 2016. "It must be nice to see Orlando bloom. You will have a very nice birthday. A lot of cream on your cake. Why not?"
A few days ago, Cohen appeared with Perry, Bloom, and other celebrities like Ariana Grande and Josh Gad at a screening for Borat 2, or Borat Subsequent Moviefilm: Delivery of Prodigious Bribe to American Regime for Make Benefit Once Glorious Nation of Kazakhstan.
"Hollywood liberals think they catch me, but these perverts actual committing sex attack on a fake! Great success!" Cohen posted in character, as the celebs had fun with a cardboard cutout of a scantily clad Borat.
In August, Perry and Bloom welcomed their first child together, daughter Daisy Dove Bloom. She is the first child for Perry and second for Bloom, who also shares son Flynn with ex-wife Miranda Kerr.
Cohen released Borat Subsequent Moviefilm Thursday on Amazon Prime Video, and the sequel to 2006's Borat has already earned strong reactions from President Donald Trump and Rudy Giuliani (who also appears in the mockumentary).