It's the most highly-anticipated event of the awards show season, and the red carpet at the Kodak Theatre will soon be overflowing with the top names in show business.
With the final preparations being tended to, the 84th Annual Academy Awards will kick off on ABC with red carpet coverage beginning at 7 PM ET while the ceremony officially gets underway at 8:25 PM ET on Sunday (February 26).
After appearing on the "Today" show this morning to speak out against his Oscar ban, Sacha Baron Cohen's "The Dictator" character of Admiral General Aladee has gotten his way.
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences has just made the decision to extend an invite to Cohen which permits him to dress as his "The Dictator" character for the Kodak Tyheatre red carpet festivities on Sunday (February 26).
Continuing his battle with the powers that be at the Academy Awards, Sacha Baron Cohen called the “Today” show in character as “The Dictator” this morning (February 24).
The “Bruno” actor had previously posted a clip on YouTube announcing his plans, and declared first-hand how he felt about being banned from the Oscars on Sunday- "Admiral General Aladeen will deliver a formal response tomorrow morning to being banned from the Oscars by the Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Zionists."
With the Academy having issued a warning to Paramount Studios in regards to their unwillingness to allow Sacha Baron Cohen to turn the Oscars red carpet into a publicity stunt for his upcoming movie "The Dictator," the comedic actor has just issued a statement on the matter.
Milking the headline-making news for all it's worth, the 40-year-old English comedic actor's web posting told that his character, Admiral General Aladeen, will be offering a complete press statement on the controversy on Friday (February 24).
He'll wear just about anything to get a rise out of his audience, but has Sacha Baron Cohen's latest controversial costume choice gone too far?
The "Borat" star is set to be among the star-studded crowd at the Oscars this Sunday (February 26), but according to Deadline Hollywood, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences has pulled Cohen’s tickets due to his wardrobe.
It’s sure-to-be an entertaining theater-going experience, and Paramount Pictures has just released a trailer for “The Dictator.”
Directed by Larry Charles of “Borat,” “Bruno,” and “Curb Your Enthusiasm,” the comedy film tells the story of a dictator who risks his life to prevent democracy from coming to the country he adoringly oppressed.
The first two parts have been a favorite to so many, and now a teaser trailer for "Madagascar 3: Europe’s Most Wanted" has just been released.
DreamWorks Animation unveiled the sneak peak on Thursday (December 8), which features the voices of Ben Stiller, Chris Rock, David Schwimmer, Jada Pinkett Smith, Sacha Baron Cohen, Cedric the Entertainer and Andy Richter.