The notoriously private couple have kept news of their new arrival on the down low.
Congratulations are in order as Sacha Baron Cohen and his wife Isla Fisher have reportedly welcomed their third child. US Weekly is said to have confirmed the happy news, although no further details including the baby’s sex or name have been revealed.
Cohen and Fischer have been married since 2010.
The British comedian and the Australian actress are already parents to two daughters Olive, 7, and Elula, 4. They reportedly met in 2002 at a party in Australia and became engaged in 2004. Isla then converted to Judaism before marring Cohen in March 2010 in Paris, France.
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Shots of Australian actress and currently pregnant Isla Fisher as she takes a walk out in Studio City while wearing a floppy hat and carrying a Starbucks in Los Angeles, California, United States - Saturday 7th March 2015
Sacha Baron Cohen and Isla Fisher - The 87th Annual Oscars - Vanity Fair Oscar Party at Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts and The Beverly Hills City Hall - Arrivals at Wallis Annenberg Center, Oscars - Beverly Hills, California, United States - Sunday 22nd February 2015
Photo's of shy American actress Isla Fisher as she hides behind a parking ticket after she had been shopping at Barneys of New York in Los Angeles, California, United States - Tuesday 13th January 2015
Although the plot itself is nothing special, this kidnapping comedy keeps the audience entertained by filling every scene with outrageous characters and twisty interaction. Based on an Elmore Leonard book, this free-wheeling movie is such a tangle of colourful people and riotous 1980s hairstyles that it can't help but be enjoyable. Especially once we realise that the story isn't the most important thing.
It's set in 1984 Detroit, where trophy wife Mickey (Jennifer Aniston) has finally had it with her chilly husband Frank (Tim Robbins). As she's thinking about taking their son (Charlie Tahan) and leaving, he's holed up in the Bahamas with his mistress Melanie (Isla Fisher) while preparing to serve Mickey with divorce papers. Just then, low-life criminals Louis and Ordell (John Hawkes and Yasiin Bey, aka Mos Def), kidnap Mickey and demand a $1 million ransom. Of course, Frank thinks his problem is solved until he realises that they also know about his dodgy business dealings. And things are further complicated by Louis and Ordell's Nazi-loving sidekick (Mark Boone Junior) and an amorous dork (Will Forte) who's in love with Mickey.
As the chaos escalates, writer-director Daniel Schechter keeps the focus tightly on the offbeat characters rather than the gyrations of the narrative. This makes it easy to identify with everyone on-screen, particularly Aniston and Hawkes, who have the most complex roles. They're the only people who have either emotional shadings or a story arc to travel, so watching them become increasingly aware of the opportunities around them is a lot of fun. Everyone else is here to get laughs, and it's amusing to see each of them reveal things about themselves that add to the mayhem, from Fisher's surprisingly savvy bombshell to Bey's womanising prowess. And of course each character approaches the various moral dilemmas from a distinct angle.
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