UK News Giant Borat floats down Thames to promote new movie
Inside Britney Spears' amazing houses
Take a peek inside Britney Spears' houses, from her childhood home to her lavish LA mansion
A large inflatable in the shape of comedy news reporter Borat has floated down the Thames in London.
The inflatable was put in place to promote Sacha Baron Cohen’s new sequel Borat Subsequent Moviefilm.
Alongside the character, the float displayed the flag of Kazakhstan, and was emblazoned with the phrase, “Wear mask. Save Life”.
The sequel to the 2006 mockumentary film Borat is fully titled Borat Subsequent Moviefilm: Delivery Of Prodigious Bribe To American Regime For Make Benefit Once Glorious Nation Of Kazakhstan, and is an Amazon Original.
Cohen reprises his role as Kazakh television journalist Borat, who ventures back to the US.
The 40-foot long inflatable travelled from Tower Bridge to the London Eye and back again at 2pm.
Sacha Baron Cohen Reveals He Had To Wear Bullet-Proof Vest During Borat 2 Filming .
Sacha Baron Cohen has revealed he had to wear a bullet-proof vest during filming for the Borat sequel. The movie sees Sacha reprising his role as fictional Kazakh journalist Borat Sagdiyev as he interacts with real people, and found himself in a precarious situation when attending a gun rally. Speaking on The Late Show With Stephen Colbert, Sacha revealed he’d had to take precautions for the scene, which sees him singing a song about coronavirus called The Wuhan Flu. © Supplied Sacha Baron Cohen in character as Borat “Word got out that it was me and then the organisers and a lot of people in the crowd, got very angry,” Sacha said.