Sacha Baron Cohen Sells James Bond Spy spoof to Paramount
Not even James Bond is safe from Sacha Baron Cohen's comedic grasp. The "Borat" star recently sold an untitled James Bond spoof to Paramount.
The story, co written by Phil Johnston, features a suave spy "forced to go on the run with his long-lost brother, a moronic soccer hooligan."
Though rumored, there is no confirmation that Cohen will play the main character. Before the spy comedy, you can see the 40-year-old Brit starting December 14th in "Les Miserables" in which he portrays the villain, Thénardier.
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