The Oscar winner wants to show how “Facebook is bringing down democracy.”
The film is described as “Cohen playing Borat playing Cohen.”
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Get ready for a return to Woodsboro.
The long-awaited sequel tries to pack too much into the telephone booth.
Featuring new releases by Christopher Nolan, David Fincher, Charlie Kaufman, and more.
Leto himself confirmed his involvement, while also perhaps accidentally letting the title slip.
The Wyld Stallyns hit your living room in September.
It’s based on author Josh Malerman’s follow-up novel, Malorie, which comes out later this month.
Disney’s president of music and soundtracks says Daft Punk have also been approached about scoring the film.
“Proud and humbled to be a member of the future council,” he wrote on Instagram.
The Wyld Stallyns ride again this August.