Booyakasha! Oscar ‘Blindsided’ By Unapproved Sacha Baron Cohen Ali G Skit

Sacha Baron Cohen’s wild Oscar appearance of his infamous Ali G character was in no way a planned part of the show, and more importantly, was not approved in advance as required by Academy brass.

It was revealed today that Academy Awards producers had no idea Cohen was planning the controversial skit. Cohen claims his wife was employed to sneak in Ali G’s signature beanie cap and assorted accessories including fake goatee. Many on social media speculated that perhaps the impromptu appearance was actually material for an unannounced Ali G sequel.

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“The truth is we actually had to sneak it in because the Oscars sat me down before and said they didn’t want me to do anything out of order Continue reading

Megan Fox Just Can’t Get Out Of Bed…

Megan Fox has definitely made her career off of looking hot in a bikini.

Thinking about Megan’s filmography, we all picture her in a bikini or in underwear- probably laying in a bed too.

It is a fact, that the majority of her films and TV shows, cast her as the sexy half-naked girl, that has to get in bed at some point.

Here’s a list of the productions she’s done, where she’s been skimpy:

Holiday In The Sun- in bikini.
Bad Boys 2- in bikini dancing.
Two and a Half Men- in bikini, laying in lawnchair.
Jennifer’s Body- in bra and underwear, in bed.
Jonah Hex- in bra and underwear, in bed.
Passion Play- in bed in bra and underwear with wings!
Armani Commercials- in bra and underwear, in bed.
Eminem “Love the Way You Lie” music video- in bed.
The Dictator- in bed, sleeps with Sacha Baron Cohen for rubies.

Bruno Drops 73% in Second Week Box Office

Sacha Baron Cohen’s Bruno experienced one of the fastest free falls in box office history, dropping a staggering 73% in its second week of distribution. Unlike Cohen’s “Borat” which gained steam week after week, Bruno took only days to brick in to obscurity and certainly fast tracked this homophobic bomb into it’s rightful DVD and cable fate.

Universal Pictures paid a cool $43 million for rights to Bruno and they equaled that amount in an effort to market the film worldwide, however, those attempts were futile as moviegoers jumped ship at an alarming rate as word of mouth shouted and something called the “Twitter effect” tapped very clearly to “stay away” from Bruno.