Sacha Baron Cohen Hugo

November 28, 2011 by staff 

Sacha Baron Cohen Hugo, British actor Sacha Baron Cohen says director Martin Scorsese intended to create an enchanting, intelligent work of art with their new family movie “Hugo” and wasn’t concerned little ones might find it too long to sit through at 127 minutes.

Scorsese’s adaptation of Brian Selznick’s 530-page novel “The Inventions of Hugo Cabret” is earning rave reviews from critics. It was No. 5 at the U.S. box office over the Thanksgiving weekend, even though it played on 1,277 screens — about a third of the number of screens on which each of the other films in the Top 5 could be found.

“It seems to me, Marty makes films for himself. He is an artist, a true artist, and he makes the movie that he wants to see. My first line in the movie had the word ‘malfeasance’ in it, which I barely understood, and I said, ‘Are you worried children some children won’t understand that?’ And he said, ‘No, it’s the right word to use there,’” Cohen told reporters in New York recently.

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