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Borat 2 Will Debut on Amazon Prime Before US Presidential Election Day

Borat 2 Will Debut on Amazon Prime Before US Presidential Election Day

Update (9/29/20) -The upcoming Borat sequel will be releasing October 23rd exclusively on Amazon Prime Video according to a report by Collider.Original story follows.Borat 2, or as it’s now officially known, Borat: Gift of Pornographic Monkey to Vice Premiere Mikhael Pence to Make Benefit Recently Diminished Nation of Kazakhstan, will be debuting on Amazon Prime prior to this year’s US Presidential Election Day.According to Deadline, Amazon Studios has acquired worldwide distribution rights to the upcoming sequel.The Best Comedies on Netflix Right NowArriving seemingly out of nowhere, Borat 2 was one of the first films to shoot during the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak earlier this year. As filming restrictions were being lifted, Cohen returned with a skeleton crew to finish shooting.While fans spotted the titular character driving around parts of Los Angeles recently, the crew actually travelled internationally to film specific portions. As with the first movie, some places were more dangerous than others.Cohen even “risked his life multiple times to shoot the scenes in this film” even going so far as wearing a bulletproof vest on a couple occasions due to some of the film’s locations.Now, after months of filming undercover and remaining silent about the upcoming film, Cohen is ready to debut his first-ever theatrical sequel to the world just in time for the US Presidential Elections on November 3rd.Since movie theaters are either still closed or severely limiting moviegoer capacity, Cohen felt the best option was to release the film digitally for as many people as possible and thus struck a deal with Amazon Studios to allow the tech giant to distribute the film on Prime Video.No official release date has been given at this time, but with just over a month to go until Election Day we can expect some more classic Borat antics very soon. High five!
Matthew Adler is a Features, News, Previews, and Reviews writer for IGN. You can follow him on Twitter @MatthewAdler and watch him stream on Twitch.Was this article informative?

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