Sacha Baron Cohen is back it seems.
The “Les Miserables” actor released a teaser with a headline reading, “Imagine if Sacha Baron Cohen had been undercover secretly filming a new show, for a year.”
The video also features former U.S. Vice President Dick Cheney and ended with big bold letters stating, “coming soon.”
Cohen’s latest teaser follows a teaser for a new project aimed squarely at the President of the United States and his defunct school.
British star Cohen, best known for his characters like Borat and Ali G, tweeted a video teasing a mysterious new project that mocks Trump and his for-profit school, Trump University. For Cohen, it’s the latest in what seems to be a longstanding one-sided grudge match the president holds against the Brit.
Cohen tweeted “A message from your President Donald Trump on Independence Day” along with an old clip of Trump bashing the actor following a 2003 “interview” on “Da Ali G Show” in which a disgruntled Trump walks off the set after Cohen’s alter-ego pitches him the idea of an “ice cream glove.”
In the video posted by Cohen, Trump bashes the actor, wishing he had been “punched” more.
“I only wish [he] would’ve been punched in the face so many times right now he’d be in the hospital,” he says in the video before declaring, “Sacha Baron Cohen, go to school! Learn about being funny.”
Now, it seems as though Trump is getting his wish. The video concludes with the message, “Sacha graduates. Soon,” before a Trump University logo appears.
Though Cohen seems ready to target Trump, he does not have any official projects lined up beyond his next role in the Netflix series “The Spy”.
Despite the years that have passed, neither Cohen nor Trump has forgotten their 2003 encounter.
Nearly a decade after the interview in 2012, Trump took to Twitter to boast he was the first person “who immediately walked out of my ‘Ali G’ interview. Cohen refuted the claims to James Corden, saying Trump actually sat through seven minutes of the interview before storming off.
“I was the first person to realize he was a d***,” he said.
Earlier that same year, Trump targeted Cohen’s appearance on the Oscars.
Like Trump, Cohen also isn’t willing to give up on their feud. His 2016 action-comedy “Grimsby” features a gag in which Trump is sprayed in his mouth with blood and subsequently infected with HIV.
Cohen’s fans on Twitter are already starting to get excited by the mystery project.