A film starring Sacha Baron Cohen's much-loved character BORAT will be screened by internet networking website MySpace ahead of its official release. MySpace has announced it will host showings of BORAT: CULTURAL LEARNINGS OF AMERICA FOR MAKE BENEFIT GLORIOUS NATION OF KAZAKHSTAN in 25 cities - and tickets will only be available to MySpace users. Borat already has a MySpace profile, where he lists his hobbies as "trampoline, table tennis, sitting on comfytobale (sic) chairs, disco dance and shoot dog". Cohen has said, "Borat is based actually on a guy I met in southern Russia. He was a doctor. The moment I met him I was totally crying. He was an hysterically funny guy. Albeit, totally unintentionally." This isn't the first time MySpace have hosted events - the online phenomenon staged the first in a series of free rock concerts in London last month (AUG06).