This is going to be really fast because I’m rushing out the door to (finally!) catch Sin Nombre, but Universal’s PR department just sent a message out via Twitter about Sacha Baron Cohen’s new movie. “Pervasive strong and crude sexual content, graphic nudity and language… BRÃœNO = rated R.”

The question now is what/how much was cut to achieve the rating? There’s little question that we’ll eventually see the offending material on DVD, and I don’t doubt that the theatrical cut of the film will be something a bit beyond what we saw in Borat. But will it still have simulated oral and anal sex between men? Because we don’t get enough of that from Shawn Levy movies.