With the inauguration of He Who Shall Not Be Named drawing ever closer, we’re going to need as much laughter as possible in the four years ahead. And it looks like Sacha Baron Cohen and Michael Winterbottom are gearing up a project that will hit close to the bone.

The duo are teaming up for the comedy “Greed,” with Fox Searchlight snapping up the rights to the project. The film will find Cohen playing a billionaire retail magnate, as the movie takes a satirical look at the world of the super rich. That’s about all the details for now, but there’s certainly at least one major personality that Cohen can draw inspiration from, while Deadline adds that U.K. tycoon Sir Philip Green could also be a target as well.

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No word yet on if this will roll before or after Cohen’s remake of “Klown,” but it’s certainly promising. And while Winterbottom can be patchy behind the camera, when he’s in top form he’s hard to beat. I really hope Cohen uses this opportunity to bring back his Ice Cream Gloves…