The clip, complete with an introduction by Baron Cohen in character as the Wadiyan despot, premiered at Apple today. The embed below is courtesy of the good folks at Coming Soon, but if you want to see this whole thing in high definition, skip right over to Apple.
A month ago, Paramount unveiled the first clip from the film, which had Baron Cohen playing off of Anna Faris, who plays the proprietor of an organic produce market. A few weeks back, the opening scene of The Dictator made its way online, providing a brief history of Aladeen and showing Aasif Mandvi's role in the comedy.
Mandvi is just one of many funny people who show up in the movie, which boasts roles of varying sizes for Mantzoukas, Ben Kingsley, J.B. Smoove, Chris Elliott, Fred Armisen, Chris Parnell, Jessica St. Clair, B.J. Novak, Kevin Corrigan, Nasim Pedrad, John C. Reilly, and even Megan Fox as a version of herself.
Baron Cohen reunites with his Borat and Bruno director Larry Charles for their first straightforward narrative feature together, and we'll see the fruits of their latest collaboration in just a few days, on May 16th.