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Galaxy Note 7: Busy Busy Busy

“Curricular is not enough, so you had to create extracurricular.” Christoph Waltz cosplays as various types of Americans as he comes around to the idea of multitasking, workaholism, and über-productivity in this commercial for the Samsung Galaxy Note 7.

Christoph Waltz Mocks Americans in Hilarious Samsung Galaxy Note 7 Ad

Hollywood star Christoph Waltz has appeared in a witty new ad for Samsung’s Galaxy Note 7 in which he subtly mocks the always-busy way of life in America. The Austrian-German actor, best known for his role as Hans Landa in Quentin Tarantino’s Inglourious Basterds, is seen pondering why Americans work so hard to win at everything, before concluding […]

Watch Christopher Waltz explain why the Galaxy Note 7 is the perfect phone for America

Christopher Waltz is a highly acclaimed Oscar-winning actor. But he’s not too big to do commercials, and he just starred in a brand new Galaxy Note 7 ad that’s weird, strange, and brilliant all at the same time. DON’T MISS: The onlyShow More Summary

Christoph Waltz stars in Samsung’s latest ad for the Galaxy Note 7

Samsung has been bringing in some big celebrities to hawk its products in ads, we’ve already seen the likes of Wesley Snipes, Lil Wayne, James Harden and William H. Macy appear in an ad. Even Lil Wayne appeared in a few to show off the Galaxy S7?s water resistance. Show More Summary

Christoph Waltz gets goofily patriotic in Samsung’s new Galaxy Note 7 spot

He’s won a couple of Oscars, he’s worked with some of the best directors in the biz, and he’s even played a Bond villain. So, where does Christop Waltz go from here? Phone commercials, obviously. The acclaimed Inglourious Basterds actor has signed on with Samsung for a silly new ad touting the company’s eagerly anticipated Note 7 phablet. In the spot, Waltz actor… Read More

Samsung says new Galaxy Note 7 turns everyone into an American - CNET

Technically Incorrect: A new ad featuring Christoph Waltz mocks Americans before finally giving in to their multitasking ways.

Christoph Waltz Becomes Every American to Celebrate American Ambition in Samsung's Olympic Spot

Samsung wants Americans to know that its new phone, the Galaxy Note 7, will work just as hard as they do. During the Olympics' opening ceremony, the company will debut a new 90-second spot from Wieden + Kennedy in Portland featuringShow More Summary

Oscar winner Christoph Waltz goes ‘MURICA for Samsung

Christoph Waltz is one of the most recognizable faces in Hollywood right now, largely thanks to his unusual Viennese diction, and his involvement in critically-acclaimed movies like ‘Carnage’, ‘Django Unchained’, and ‘Spectre’. Therefore, it makes perfect sense that Samsung would tap his star factor in the newest advert for the Samsung Galaxy Note 7. Show More Summary

Samsung makes the most American commercial ever for the Galaxy Note 7

Samsung's new Galaxy Note 7 ad starring Christoph Waltz of Inglourious Basterds and 007: Spectre fame is a weird and wonderful look at all things American.

Christoph Waltz plays a mom, a high school student and an astronaut in Samsung's Olympics ad

Christoph Waltz shows off an impressive range of characters in Samsung's latest ad. The Academy Award-winning actor plays an overworked mom, a vacationer, an Olympic runner, George Washington, Abraham Lincoln and many more while delivering...Show More Summary

Christoph Waltz talks America's tireless ambition in Galaxy Note 7 commercial

Samsung brought in Christoph Waltz for its Galaxy Note 7 commercial. You should just watch it. The advert highlights the Note 7's multitasking abilities, S Pen, IP68 water resistance, Samsung Pay, and camera. Like what you see? The Galaxy...Show More Summary

'Legend Of Tarzan' Director Reveals Why He Scrapped The Film's Gay Kiss

last monthNews : Huffington Post

The director of “The Legend of Tarzan” has revealed that the movie originally featured a kiss between male co-stars Alexander Skarsgård and Christoph Waltz. In an interview with The Sunday Times, director David Yates said he opted to...Show More Summary

Quentin Tarantino Only Has Two Movies Left

Quentin Tarantino has the kind of career just about any filmmaker would envy. He’s worked with huge names like Leonardo DiCaprio and Ennio Morricone, revived John Travolta’s career, and transformed Christoph Waltz and Michael Fassbender into international stars. Show More Summary

Why The Legend Of Tarzan Removed A Gay Kiss From The Movie

One of the scenes cut from The Legend of Tarzan featured a gay kiss between the Lord of the Jungle and Christoph Waltz's Captain Léon Rom. Here's why it was removed.

Why Quentin Tarantino Thinks Hans Landa is His Best Character

Last year, I embarked on the ridiculous task of ranking every single Quentin Tarantino character and Christoph Waltz‘s Hans Landa, the scheming Nazi villain of Inglourious Basterds, landed in the number two spot. It turns out that Tarantino...Show More Summary

Here’s Why Alexander Skarsgard’s Gay Kiss Was Cut From “Tarzan”

2 months agoLGBT / Gay : NewNowNext

Director David Yates reveals how a kiss between Christoph Waltz and Alexander Skarsgard didn't make it to the final cut of "The Legend of Tarzan."

Christoph Waltz Kissed Alexander Skarsgard in ‘Tarzan’, But Filmmakers Cut It

2 months agoLGBT / Gay : Towleroad

The Legend of Tarzan featured a kiss between Alexander Skarsgard and Chrisoph Waltz, but the filmmakers cut it, The Australian reports: David Yates, the director, has acknowledged that in his film the relationship between Tarzan and Captain Rom, play… Read

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