'Borat 2' has a very long and very rude title

Ben Arnold
·Contributor
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Sacha Baron Cohen who? Why can't he let the character go? (AP Photo/Matt Sayles)
Sacha Baron Cohen (AP Photo/Matt Sayles)

The first Borat movie's full title was a mouthful – Borat! Cultural Learnings of America for Make Benefit Glorious Nation of Kazakhstan.

And it appears the second movie has a similarly descriptive name too.

According to reports, it is to be called Borat: Gift of Pornographic Monkey to Vice Premiere Mikhael Pence to Make Benefit Recently Diminished Nation of Kazakhstan.

It’s quite something to take in.

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The title was posted in a filing to the Writer's Guild of America, but the page has since been deleted.

News emerged earlier this month that Borat creator Sacha Baron Cohen had managed to film a sequel to the 2006 comedy mockumentary in secret, and that it has also been screened to Hollywood executives.

Footage taken by fans was posted online of him filming, dressed as Borat, in Los Angeles, and in July it emerged that Trump lawyer Rudy Giuliani had called the police after Baron Cohen had arranged a fake interview with him.

Baron Cohen was said to have burst into the room wearing a pink bikini.

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“This person comes in yelling and screaming, and I thought this must be a scam or a shake-down, so I reported it to the police,” Giuliani told Page Six.

In addition, Film Stage reports that Donald Trump’s relationship with Jeffrey Epstein is among the movie’s subject matter, as is the coronavirus pandemic.

Baron Cohen's Kazakh reporter, full name Borat Sagdiyev, first appeared as a character on Da Ali G Show, before bursting onto the big screen in a movie directed by former Seinfeld writer Larry Charles.

In it, Borat became obsessed with Baywatch star Pamela Anderson, and judging by the new movie's title, it sounds like he's taking aim at current vice-president Mike Pence.

Baron Cohen has boosted the political aspect of his work in recent years.

His Showtime series Who Is America? saw him skewering political figures such as Bernie Sanders, former Trump campaign manager Corey Lewandowski and former US vice-president Dick Cheney.