A sequel to Sacha Baron Cohen’s infamous and iconic 2006 comedy 'Borat: Cultural Learnings of America for Make Benefit Glorious Nation of Kazakhstan' has been shot and screened “for a select few industry types,” according to Collider.
Collider's sources say “Borat 2” finds Cohen’s titular character “thinking he’s a big movie star after the success of the original 2006 film made him famous, so he’s trying to hide from the public by pretending to be someone else, and starts meeting and interviewing people incognito.”
Cohen has been back in the public eye recenly, pulling off a few public pranks leading fans to speculate he was working on something new. The English comedian crashed a political rally in Washington at the end of June, convincing the crowd to sing a racist song with him.
Cohen was dressed in overalls and donning a fake beard, with lyrical content including chat about injecting kids with the “Wuhan flu.”
If that's any indicator of what kind of gags to expect from Borat 2, we're pretty keen.