Sacha Baron Cohen's Bruno doesn't open in the U.S. until July 10th, but he's already out doing press for the film. Tonight he was the guest on The Tonight Show and, of course, he was utterly ridiculous.
The question with Cohen's 'Bruno' act is how much longer is this sort of act funny, if it even is any longer? How much longer can he go around acting as the embodiment of every awful stereotype of gay men before he wears out his welcome with both straights and gays? Personally, each time I see a 'Bruno' press appearance, typically filled with furniture humping and crotch thrusts to someone's face, the less enthusiasm I have for seeing the film. It's just not as funny to me anymore. Certainly I'm not the only straight feeling this way?