Megan Fox Is Less Hairy Than The Kardashians In 'The Dictator' Trailer

Has Sacha Baron Cohen pulled a 'Love Guru'? With Ali G: Indahouse, Borat, and Bruno under his belt, Sacha Baron Cohen had to branch out to find a new character for his next film. He obviously couldn't pull from his highly-recognizable stable, so he invented The Dictator, a harsh ruler who travels to America to make sure democracy doesn't find its way to his land. And guess what? His performance is so enveloped that he fooled everybody. Even John C. Reilly, Megan Fox, and Barack Obama didn't realize their legs were being pulled. They all thought he was an actual dictator!! Dude's a chameleon, that guy. Additionally, some are complaining about the content of this trailer, calling it unimpressive and unfunny with its Kardashian jokes and repeated gibberish gag. But I urge you to keep in mind that this is probably one for the middle states. The actual film is likely rife with edgy, inventive humor. This is just the way of tricking "those people" into the theater. If I'm wrong, I should also remind you that a woman shatters bricks with her breasts in this movie. That earns the ticket of admission price right there.

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Ugh, it's so hard to care. After being banned from the Academy Awards a few days ago, Cohen has scrambled to issue this video rebuttal, claiming that their would be dire consequences for the Academy if they didn't give him back his tickets. While the premise is funny, he comes across as a little trigger happy with the puns, which is rarely the hallmark of high comedy. Based on the trailer for The Dictator, it was a fear that Sacha Baron Cohen was going for something a little less-cerebral than he did with Borat and Bruno. It seemed as though the film was relying a little too hard on caemos and pop-culture references to compete with Cohen's earlier faux-docs. It's still pretty funny, but not what we know to be "Sacha Baron Cohen" funny. Take a look.


Oh, Gross! Mickey Rourke Gets With Megan Fox In ‘Passion Play’ Trailer

Being an actress seems difficult. The good news is that Megan Fox is wearing barely anything, save for a pair of angel wings. The bad news is Mickey Rourke is wearing even less and crawling around on top of her. Passion Play stars Rourke as a trumpeter who meets Megan Fox's dancer character who may be an actual angel. Or a girl who had a really bad dad. At any rate, Rourke wants to free Fox from Bill Murray's gangster pimp character, and there-in lies the conflict. The film has had a few setbacks since TIFF last year, when everyone noticed it sucks pretty bad. It will open in limited release in New York and Los Angeles before going to DVD at the end of May. Not to lump on, but I'm not surprised this movie got made. What surprises me the most is that Bill Murray answered his hotline for this.


Bruce Jenner Is So Lonely In 'Keeping Up With The Kardashians Without The Kardashians'

This version is far more engaging. If you groan and roll your eyes every time the Kardashians are on your TV, now you can finally enjoy Keeping Up With The Kardashians. Well, enjoy it more than its original state. By deleting Kim and her immediate family from the show, Bruce Jenner is permitted to wander around and converse with the open air. To be fair, the actual show probably has more than enough B-roll of that to warrant a spin-off.


'This Is 40' Red-Band Affirms Megan Fox's Breasts Are Great

This should silence any doubts. Not only does she get to run her fingers through Judd Apatow's luxurious facial hair, now Leslie Mann has experienced the pleasure of laying her hands upon Megan Fox's perfect breasts. Lucky for the rest of us, her husband was there to film it. That's just one of the scenes on display in this red-band featurette for This Is 40, starring Mann and Paul Rudd as their characters from Knocked Up. The film explores the ups and downs of marriage, parenthood, and sex after your body has decided to destroy you. Enjoy them while they last, Megan Fox (and everyone who likes to look at Megan Fox).


MSNBC Pulls The Smug Plug On Keith Olbermann's 'Countdown'

Now it'll be easier than ever to ignore the pompous commentator's rant videos, because his show has been officially cancelled. When your ultra-liberal friends sent you clips of Keith Olbermann's latest 42 minute rant on YouTube, you maybe watched for 30 seconds and quickly clicked on a video of two dogs who fight each other when Fight Club is on. Well, now it'll be easier than ever to ignore the pompous commentator, because his show has been officially cancelled. Tonight marked the abrupt end of Keith Olbermann's show Countdown, which put the network on the map for cable news channels -- a map which currently is dominated by the Fox News country Horriblerica. We don't have an official reason for Olbermann's sudden departure. Some have speculated it has to do with the campaign donations scandal from 2 months ago, which got him suspended for two shows. I think I'll go along and speculate with them. All Olbermann had to say about the matter in the above goodbye was that "this was going to be the last edition" of his show. So, given their track record for picking up embattled political show hosts, who wants to bet that Fox News at least makes him an offer? (CNN)


Fox News Gives Glenn Beck Something New To Cry About

Glenn Beck is gonna have to go back to the conspiracy drawing board, because his Fox News show is coming to an end. Who's behind all this? NPR? The Obama Administration? Glenn Beck is gonna have to go back to the conspiracy drawing board, because his Fox News show is coming to an end. Who's behind all this? NPR? The Obama Administration? We may never know. Fox News struck a deal with Beck to bring an end to his 5 pm show, which was regularly the third highest rated show in cable news. At one point, his ratings were much higher, but the numbers have continuously been dropping, and creeped out advertisers have been pulling their sponsorships, which explains all the crying. Here's a joint statement Fox News and Beck's production company Mercury Radio Arts released on what he'll do next: "[We] will work together to develop and produce a variety of television projects for air on the Fox News Channel as well as content for other platforms including Fox News' digital properties." So get excited for a bunch of crazy Glenn Beck soundboard iPhone apps. "Shut up, 9/11 victims," "The President's racist," "O-L-I-G-A-R-H-Y." Coming soon. Beck announced the end of days on his show in the above clip. He compares himself to American her Paul Revere and claims he "avoids confrontation" and doesn't like conflict. Yup, that all checks out. (TheWrap)


Flula Gets Comedy Tips From The Cast Of 'The Dictator'

I'll say this: Ben Kingsley's a good sport. I'm guessing Ben Kingsley has seen some shit in his life, but the look that pops up on his face when Flula does his spastic introduction sets the tone for this entire video, filmed during The Dictator junket. While Sir Ben seems to just hang back and watch it all unfold, co-star Jason Mantzoukas goes all in to help our Flula be the best comedian he can be. When he's not mangling idioms, Flula can be found making obscure references to "Sister Greta" and Throw Momma From The Train. Oh, and if you make it to the end, you get Anna Faris, who's way better looking than these other two dudes. Sorry, Sir Ben and Jason.


'Fox & Friends' Have A Good Laugh About Ray Rice Punching His Wife

We are laughing. The NFL made it clear yesterday that they will in no way support (videotaped) spousal abuse. While covering the leak of the infamous elevator punch video that got Ray Rice fired from the Baltimore Ravens, Fox & Friends co-hosts Brian Kilmeade and Steve Doocy where inspired to share some funny domestic violence yuk-yuks. It's what Joan would have wanted. As you can see in the video, Brian Kilmeade joked, “I think the message is, take the stairs.” Steve Doocy, who prefers his violence behind closed doors, responded, “The message is when you’re in an elevator, there’s a camera.” As there is on you, fellas.