Bill Gates Last Day Spoof Video

Posted: Jan 9 2008, 10:01am CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 5:38am CDT, in CES


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Bill Gates Last Day Spoof Video

Bill's Last Day Video was shown during Bill Gates Last CES keynote. If you have not seen this fun, star studded video, the production company behind the skit published the video in full length online.

Tri-Film Productions has made this last Bill Gates spoof video. The video is already a big hit on Youtube with hundreds of thousands views.
Mark Dickison, Tri-Film writer, producer, and director, spearheaded the video project within a miraculous seven-week window, traversing three major holidays to pull together an all-star cast, cross-country shoots and edits. With a near 20-year history of creating hilarious video shorts for Microsoft product launches and keynote appearances, the crew and Microsoft executives whipped up a wish-come-true list of the hottest celebrities and political figures to play parts in "Bill's Last Day."

What follows are laughter-inducing vignettes of Gates: Pursuing manly perfection in the gym with his trainer (played by Matthew McConaughey); white-guy rapping in the sound studio with a weary Jay-Z at the engineering controls; interrupting Bono's U2 concert to vie for a spot in the band; beseeching Steven Spielberg for a movie gig (and George Clooney's subsequent mock refusal to play Gates); approaching Jon Stewart for a co-anchor spot on The Daily Show; and making calls to be the nation's next running mate (in successive phone conversations with Clinton, Obama, and Gore--in that order).

Watch the Bill Gates Last Day video on the Tri-Film site.

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