Remember when Ben Affleck and Jennifer Lopez finally got the fucking message that we were all sick to death of them being shoved down our throats and they skulked away for a few years? I can't wait for that day to come with Brad and Angelina and Jennifer Anniston.
Could it be that there's a new Chanel No.5 for men? I love Bleu de Chanel!
Love you, Miss Swan!
So they're going to let a grizzled, homeless man represent them?
The man is still beautiful and he is one of the most famous men in the world. This was a no brainer if it's true. Brad's commercials are really popular overseas and he's been doing them for 20 years and making big money doing them.
They're usually done by famous directors having a lark.
Doesn't he have enough money? Why is he doing this?
I've never understood the love for that guy.
Brad looks fucking amazing in that ad. Amazing. Not even "he looks good for a 48 year old". He looks great for any age.
That said, my god. If anyone ever needed any proof of his horrible acting chops, there it is.
For Chanel, Brad Pitt should have looked dashing, clean shaven and in a tuxedo.
In the current ads, he looks like a bum as usual with him lately.
He uses a bit of Colin Farrell in that ad.
In what way, R25?
This version with color scenes is better than the pure black and white version.
Apparently. Isn't that what every woman wants and every man wants to be?
It's from my new Derelicte Femme range. It's a fashion, a way of life inspired by the very homeless, the vagrants, the crack whores that make this wonderful city so unique.
Is he even famous for making movies anymore?
The ad is horribly stupid, just like Brad.
Chanel will be making a very limited edition quilted bag made of Brangelina's leftover plastic surgery bits. The tagline will read, "Hell bent for leather." Meanwhile, I will be sticking a feather duster made of 18th century maribou up my ass.
They couldn't find a gorgeous woman to promote Chanel No. 5. Brad looks like a vagabond.
Perhaps next time, they'll find someone without pungent body odor to market their fragrance.