Seth Rogen Says Borat 2 Includes ‘The Funniest Scenes' He's Ever Seen In Movies
Everyone is eagerly awaiting the release of the Borat sequel to see if it's going to be as funny as the 2006 original - and now the movie has been praised by Hollywood funnyman Seth Rogen.
The Pineapple Express actor has watched Borat Subsequent Moviefilm several times and he has nothing but good words to say about it.
I've seen #Borat2 around six times over the last few months, and I can't wait to watch it a seventh. It's crazy and wonderful and couldn't be more timely. It also has a few of the funniest scenes I've ever seen in a movie. I'm excited for you to see it.
- Seth Rogen (@Sethrogen) October 19, 2020
Writing on Twitter, Rogen said: "I've seen #Borat2 around six times over the last few months, and I can't wait to watch it a seventh. It's crazy and wonderful and couldn't be more timely. It also has a few of the funniest scenes I've ever seen in a movie. I'm excited for you to see it."
A fan asked him whether he reckons Sacha Baron Cohen has successfully pulled off the sequel, the actor replied: "Yes and the woman who plays his daughter is f***ing unbelievable."
Well, that's all we need to know to get suitably hyped for the movie.
In an interview with the New York Times, Cohen revealed the lengths that he had to go to in order to make sure that he got the bit down for his latest film, which will be released on 23 October on Amazon Prime Video.
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Cohen explained that he wanted to film the conspiracy theorists to prove that they're 'ordinary folks who are good people, who have just been fed this diet of lies'.
He said: "They're completely different to the politicians who are motivated by their own power, who realised that they can create fear by spreading these lies through the most effective propaganda machine in history."
Of course, it wasn't always easy filming the movie and once scene even caused a riot. Sacha said he rocked up to an event in Washington state as a 'right-wing singer at a gun-rights rally'.
In an article for Time, he wrote: "When organisers finally stormed the stage, I rushed to a nearby get-away vehicle. An angry crowd blocked our way and started pounding on the vehicle with their fists. Under my overalls, I was wearing a bulletproof vest, but it felt inadequate with some people outside toting semi-automatic weapons.
"When someone ripped open the door to drag me out, I used my entire body weight to pull the door back shut until our vehicle manoeuvred free. I was fortunate to make it out in one piece."
We cannot wait for this to come out. Everything will be revealed at the end of the week.
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