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VIDEO: General Aladeen's message for the UK

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It's been a fairly non-stop hype machine for Sacha Baron Cohen's first major comedy since Bruno and today he's unleashed yet more Wadiyan propaganda.

The promo for his summer comedy The Dictator kicks off with a message for the UK, as Aladeen makes an alarming reference to the future of our royal family. We then see a mini-documentary about his origins and tyrannical regime.

Check it out below and catch The Dictator in cinemas from May 16th.

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