A collective that blazed a trail with corporate hoaxes occupies an uneasy space between art and activism.
John Wilson, Eric Andre and others are drawing on unscripted encounters to elicit deeper laughs but also more vulnerable moments.
The Bulgarian actress tried to ignore the news and keep working on the set of her new Judd Apatow film, but that just wasn’t possible.
“There is a why-are-we-even-doing-this feeling,” one industry insider said of jockeying for nominations, to be announced on Monday.
With several films competing for Golden Globes on Sunday and a number of high-priced movies coming this year, the streaming service has altered its reputation in Hollywood.
Sacha Baron Cohen and his news-making movie could sweep the comedy categories. In drama, “The Trial of the Chicago 7” and “Nomadland” will battle it out.
The actor who, as Borat, drew our attention to racism, misogyny and autocratic propaganda calls out the social media companies who profit off these trends.
Expect a category where a handful of titanic veterans and an influx of up-and-comers vie to be Boseman’s runner-up.
The actress, who plays the title character’s daughter, Tutar, talks about body hair, her “nonbiological father” Sacha Baron Cohen, and that scene with Rudy Giuliani.
After banning the first Sacha Baron Cohen satire, the country has created tourism ads adopting its catchphrase.
Sacha Baron Cohen’s pranks involve political figures like Mike Pence and Rudy Giuliani, as well as one unexpected A-list celebrity.
Rudy Giuliani is just the latest in a long line of people pranked by Sacha Baron Cohen.
President Trump’s personal lawyer has become caught up in Sacha Baron Cohen’s new “Borat” satire after he was shown with an actress in an edited scene.
It’s an amusingly harebrained scheme, but there’s nothing in this moviefilm that matches the elegant social experiment of the first.
Reviving his Borat character and playing the political activist Abbie Hoffman, the actor feels he “had to ring the alarm bell and say that democracy is in peril this year.”
The writer and director Aaron Sorkin narrates a scene featuring Cohen as the activist Abbie Hoffman.
Aaron Sorkin and an all-star cast re-enact a real-life ‘’60s courtroom drama with present-day implications.