‘Borat 2’ gets extended cut with shocking new scenes for multipart special

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This “Subsequent Moviefilm” is getting its very own subsequent extended cut.

Amazon is releasing a supplemental series to the Oscar-nominated mockumentary sequel “Borat Subsequent Moviefilm” that promises hilarious outtakes, deleted scenes and even more outrageous antics by the film’s creator, Sacha Baron Cohen.

A trailer for the new special, called “Borat Supplemental Reportings Retrieved From Floor Of Stable Containing Editing Machine,” dropped on Thursday. The two-minute clip features footage behind what is now one of the most infamous behind-the-scenes incidents during filming, in which the Kazakh broadcaster goes undercover at a gun rights rally in Washington state.

The scene depicts Baron Cohen, 49, in meta-disguise as a country musician after performing the satirical tune “Wuhan Flu” at the rally. The footage then cuts to the actor — breaking character — ducking in a production van while holding the door shut, evading windows for potential breaking glass. Meanwhile, a mob can be heard shouting just outside.

“Go go go. If you stop, you’re going to be in a violent situation,” he says as the vehicle speeds off.

A date for the multipart special has not yet been announced, reps for Amazon confirmed to The Post.

The British filmmaker later said that the near-death experience prompted him to hang up Borat’s signature gray suit for good.

“The gray suit is locked up and not coming out again,” Baron Cohen said during a question-and-answer session for the Golden Globes in February.

The “Borat” sequel was nominated for two Oscars this year — the ceremony airs April 25 — for Best Adapted Screenplay as well as Maria Bakalova for Best Supporting Actress.

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