Below you can checkout a deleted scene from the upcoming BRUNO DVD & Bluray release on November 17th. This scene Borat decides to interview Legendary baseball player Pete Rose as they sit on Mexicans. Seriously who in their right mind sits down on a person and conducts an interview? You have to be some kind of off your rocker. Those who saw the film will recall this skit as he pulled it on Paula Abdul as well. Watch below.
The inimitable prankster Sacha Baron Cohen (Borat: Cultural Learnings of America for Make Benefit Glorious Nation of Kazakhstan) launches another inspired comedy offensive in the boisterous Brüno, coming to Blu-Rayâ„¢ Hi-Def and DVD on November 17, 2009 from Universal Studios Home Entertainment.
As in the hugely popular Borat, Sacha Baron Cohen once again creates improvised pandemonium, this time as an Austrian TV host searching for fame and fortune in America, ensnaring everyone he meets in hilariously unpredictable, unscripted and unsuspecting ways.
Featuring an hour of exclusive footage of deleted scenes not shown in theaters and a revealing commentary by Sasha Baron Cohen & director Larry Charles about how some of the film’s unbelievably funny pranks were achieved, Brüno has been hailed even “Funnier than Borat” by Owen Gleiberman, Entertainment Weekly and “Uber-hilarity!” by Claudia Puig, USA Today. Hilarious, irreverent, shocking and entertaining, Brüno is the most talked-about comedy of the year.
BONUS FEATURES EXCLUSIVE TO BLU-RAYâ„¢ HI-DEF:
- Exclusive Video Commentary with Sacha Baron Cohen and Director Larry Charles
- BD-LIVE —Allows viewers to connect to the Internet and access new and exciting exclusive online and interactive features, including My Scenes Sharing and My Chat.
BONUS FEATURES (DVD AND BLU-RAYâ„¢ HI-DEF):
- An hour of Alternative, Deleted and Extended Scenes not shown in theaters
- Enhanced Commentary – Hear in depth stories for selected scenes from Sacha Baron Cohen and director Larry Charles.
- An Interview with Hollywood Agent Lloyd Robinson – Get the story behind Brüno’s real Hollywood agent.