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About Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge TV Commercial, 'Why?' Featuring Lil Wayne, William H. Macy

Why can't your phone do everything you want it to? Wesley Snipes wants his phone to hold all his movies. Lil Wayne wants his to work even when he pours champagne all over it. Buying shaved meat sandwiches; navigating the scary woods to get away from a murderer; taking high-quality nighttime stalker photos; escaping your sad reality through virtual reality -- Whatever you want your phone to do, Samsung says its S7 Edge can do it. Even "Shameless" star William H. Macy can get his "Why Can't I?" question answered. He wants to be a spokesperson for a big brand and, all dressed up in a tuxedo, he gets his wish. That is, until he takes off his Samsung S7 Edge's virtual reality headset and finds himself in lounge clothes, in his kitchen, staring at a partially eaten cake.

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Funny
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Oscars Feb 28, 2016
Actors - Add
Doc Rivers ... Coach, James Harden ... Athlete, Lil Wayne ... Musician, Wesley Snipes ... Actor/Actress, William H. Macy ... Actor/Actress
Production
Matt Aselton ... Director, Toby Irwin ... Director of Photography
Agency
Wieden+Kennedy Portland (Agency), MWWPR (Creative Agency), R/GA (Digital Agency), Arts & Sciences (Production Company)

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