Director Larry Charles is re-teaming once again with Sacha Baron Cohen since directing Cohen as both Borat & Bruno. Their newest film The Dictator returns Cohen to the theme of a foreign man lost amongst American culture. The Dictator is written by Cohen and Curb Your Enthusiasm writers Alec Berg, Jeff Schaffer and David Mandel. According to The Los Angeles Times, the film will be Cohen’s next project after Martin Scorsese’s Hugo Cabret. Paramount picked up the rights to The Dictator in April after bidding against Sony. Paramount ended up winning the rights after sending two goats wearing Paramount shirts to Cohen and his talent agency, WME. Cohen will reportedly play two roles in the movie: a goat herder and a deposed foreign dictator who gets lost in the United States. On first glance it seems to already have more layers than Bruno, and that could only be a good thing.