First Look: Brad Pitt's New Chanel No. 5 Commercial
Brad Pitt's first commercial as the new face of Chanel No. 5 is finally here. Is it sexy or sort of strange?
It went live as the clock struck midnight in Paris.
In the black-and-white 30-second spot, he's looking straight into the camera, delivering lines that seem more fitting spoken to fiancée Angelina Jolie than to a bottle of perfume.
Related: 11 Movies Every Woman Should Watch"It’s not a journey, every journey ends and we go on," Pitt says, casually dressed, his hands in his pockets, staring at the camera. "Wherever I go, there you are."
He recites his lines slowly. "My luck, my fate, my fortune," he says. "Chanel No. 5. Inevitable." It's definitely a different look for the brand. In the past, we've seen Nicole Kidman and Vanessa Paradis in ads.
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We want to know: What do you think of the commercial? Was Brad the right choice?
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he could still be an attractive person,he seems so unkept and odd.Wonder why he doesnt try anymore ? At first I thought it was a joke.....give it another try Brad!!
Brad Pitt since he has been with Anjolena looks nasty---he does not do anything with his hair and I hate the beard thing the men think is sexy!! It really sucks on most men. The only man that is groomed well with a beard is SEAN Connery!!!!!!!!!!!! The rest forget it---does not do anything for them but their ego. I do not like his commerical for the channel #5---won't make me buy it and I love it.
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