What a tease! Sacha Baron Cohen actually showed up as himself, not a character, last night on "Jimmy Kimmel Live" to promote his new movie, "The Brothers Grimsby." While there, he showed off a scene that almost got the film an NC-17 rating. However, Jimmy said it was too graphic to air on network TV, so ABC instead showed the clip to the studio audience and we got to see their reactions.

Based on those reactions, the clip is 1) very funny and 2) very wrong. You can hear an elephant in the background, so use your imagination in how that may be involved.

It's certainly an interesting way to promote a clip and may actually make people more curious to see the movie than they would be if they got to see the full scene. It's kind of like Quentin Tarantino not showing that scene in "Reservoir Dogs." Our imaginations elevate it to an even more gruesome level when we just hear what's happening.

Here's the "Jimmy Kimmel Live" clip:

'Jimmy Kimmel Live!': Sacha Baron Cohen Shows EXTREMELY Graphic Movie Clip to "Kimmel" Audience
"The Brothers Grimsby" is scheduled to open March 11.

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