For those who didn't get enough of Sacha Baron Cohen's comedic interpretation of a Kazakh journalist named Borat, there will a second movie featuring the character, News Corp. chairman and CEO Rupert Murdoch said.

News Corp., which owns both the 20th Century FOX film division and is the parent company of FOX News, has signed Cohen for a follow-up to the successful "Borat: Cultural Learnings of America for Make Benefit of Glorious Kazakhstan," reports the Financial Times.

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The paper reported that Murdoch, speaking at a conference organized by McGraw-Hill, said he had "laughed like hell" watching the first Borat film, which he saw three times.

News Corp., which carried the first Borat film, didn't bite on another movie on which Cohen is working, which will feature a separate character, Bruno.