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Brad Pitt: Chanel No. 5 Ad Part 2 - Watch Now!

Brad Pitt: Chanel No. 5 Ad Part 2 - Watch Now!

Check out Brad Pitt looking handsome in this newly released ad for Chanel No.5 perfume.

Joe Wright, the director for the Chanel ads, recently talked about working with the 48-year-old actor.

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“It was a real treat that I will never forget,” Joe shared. “My favorite moment was the wide shot getting closer and closer and ending up on Brad. He’s a beautiful human being and a proper actor who knows how to deliver lines. It’s always lovely when you meet someone who you admire and they exceed your expectations.”

In case you missed it, have a look at Brad‘s sexy ad campaign images for Chanel No.5.


Brad Pitt – Chanel No.5 Ad Part 2
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  • Frenchy

    LOVE IT!!!!!

  • Lola

    Gaspard Ulliel was not available this time or what?

  • ellen

    I like Brad Pitt but this just felt awkward to watch. I mean I know its Chanel No. 5 and its importance, but his performance in the ad feels forced and only like he did it for the money. Thumbing down starts….now.

  • lurker

    fab brad looking hot,love this one more

  • Where is Brad masculinity?

    He looks like a girl in that add!

  • Frenchy

    OMG I heard that he may do an instore appearance somewhere OMG!!
    Waving to all fans!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • lurker

    Angelina Jolie’s Charity Donates $50,000 Toward Girls’ Education In Pakistan, Afghanistan
    4:17 PM PDT 10/16/2012 by Erik Hayden
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    The donation, to Tina Brown’s Women in the World Foundation, is in honor of Malala Yousafzai, the 14-year-old who was shot by the Taliban.

    Angelina Jolie’s Education Partnership for Children of Conflict is donating $50,000 in the name of Malala Yousafzai — the 14-year-old shot by the Taliban — to Tina Brown’s Women in the World Foundation.
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    “As a response to Malala’s bravery, girls across Pakistan, Afghanistan and the world are standing up and saying, ‘I am Malala’ – and this is our opportunity to show the same solidarity,” wrote both the Newsweek editor and the movie star in a joint email to supporters of the Women in the World foundation.
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    The $50,000 pledged by Jolie’s charity was to help create a new award, the Women of Impact Award for Girls’ Education, that will “provide funds to women and girls fighting for girls’ education in Pakistan and Afghanistan,” the email stated.
    Another celebrity prominently showing support for Yousafzai has been Madonna, who dedicated a song to the Pakistani child activist and stenciled her name in her back during a concert at L.A.’s Staples Center.
    The Daily Beast also published a column by Jolie on Tuesday where the actress explains how she talked to her own children about the story of Malala Yousafzai — who was shot by Taliban gunmen in retribution for being outspoken about education rights. She is currently recovering in a British hospital.
    “After reading the [New York Times] article, I felt compelled to share Malala’s story with my children,” Jolie wrote in her column. “It was difficult for them to comprehend a world where men would try to kill a child whose only ‘crime’ was the desire that she and others like her be allowed to go to school.”
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    “Malala is proof that it only takes the voice of one brave person to inspire countless men, women, and children,” she wrote, also adding: “As the Nobel Committee meets to determine the winner of the Nobel Peace Prize, I imagine brave Malala will be given serious consideration.”

  • Annabelle

    They had to cut a new one because of the reception the first one got. Everyone thought it was so bizarre.

  • awwwww

    Love it. Gorgeous Brad, sexy voice, beautiful styling.

  • lurker

    @Frenchy:
    tell me where?? i use chanel Chance love it,but will try N5

  • Aunt Hill

    Tihs is way better than the last. Keep em coming…there’s more right?

  • Aunt Hill

    I meant ‘this’.

  • Pitt is such a jerk

    Totally jerk

  • gaga

    this ad is even worse than the first

  • Frenchy

    @lurker:

    It’s just gossip but the buzz is NM in Dallas…. why not NY? gah!

  • BW

    I read on Chanel website,there are two parts of ad. I keep waiting for the second one since the first is too short, not enough. Here it is. This one is more traditional perfume ad. The first one is unique,but first one is to introduce the second one. Love both.

  • silverfox

    bleh….Colonel Sanders lives again, this time selling my grandmother’s perfume

  • Natalie

    Brad Pitt is SO overrated.

  • bdj

    Nice. Papa Pitt is mighty sexy.

  • ladyb

    For millions they should atleast made him dress up and cut his hair. This one is better than the fist one cause they don’t show him as much but still he should have been better groomed.

  • yay

    It would be so cool if that woman in the ad turned around and it was Angelina!. I would so scream and then faint.

  • Viviane

    Just pathetic!

  • silverfox

    gorgeous Brad? are you kidding, he’s a loser and has been. He should continue selling KFC chicken.

  • ASIANS CAN ACTUALLY READ MINDS

    ASIANS CAN ACTUALLY READ MINDS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    they can hear, and see what your visually thinking
    this is the absolute complete truth!!!!
    .
    The reason a lot of Asians have completely expressionless faces, segregate from everybody else-only associate with Asians and don’t associate with non Asians that much, are very untalkative, and are very unfriendly in general is to avoid accidentally revealing that they can read minds by accidentally showing a facial expression or dirty look when someone thinks, or visually pictures something in their mind they don’t like, find astonishing, or funny etc because those people might see that and really wonder what that was that just happened there and see the connection, and they might accidentally say something similar to what the person was just thinking and going to say. If they all associated with non Asians a lot more then there would be a lot more people around for them to accidentally show facial expressions when those people think things they don’t like etc, so they segregate and only associate with Asians so there won’t be anyone around for them to see that and have any accidents happen in the first place.
    .
    Try thinking, best yet visually picturing in your mind something absolutely wild as you possibly can when you are around Asians, and try looking for Asians who give people particular looks, especially dirty looks for what appears to be for completely no reason.
    .
    I know this may sound crazy, impossible and unbelievable, BUT IT ISN’T CRAZY WHEN IT’S TRUE
    .
    YOU HAVE TO SPREAD THE MESSAGE!!!!!!!
    THE WORLD HAS TO KNOW THIS!!!!!!!
    .
    .
    .
    ______________________________________________________________________
    It really i true!!!!!! PLEASE SPREAD THE MESSAGE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • Fabulous Brad!

    @Frenchy:

    OMG!!! I hope this is true because I live in Arlington, TX and I will so be there. I will do some snooping and if i hear it’s true i’ll let you guys know. Thanks Frenchy!!!!

  • nellygin

    Is the man beautiful or what? I love the ad and I must say I only wear Coco Chanel but because of Brad I’ll get the husband to buy me Chanel No 5.

    Brad’s voice…………Oh! my goodness…

  • MIMI

    Brad is just beautiful. Chanel Part 2 is nice.

  • ASIANS CAN ACTUALLY READ MINDS

    It really is true***

    Typed too fast!

  • Media makes fun of pitt AD

    LAINEY GOSSIP

    Brad Pitt’s fragrant fontrum

    I never would have thought I’d put Brad Pitt and Fontrum in the same sentence though I suppose before the Oscars, I never would have thought I’d put Angelina and Try in the same sentence either but then she stuck her leg out and became a punchline and now it seems like it’s his turn.

    There’s probably a Tumblr parody for this already.

    Have you seen it yet? Brad Pitt’s highly anticipated ad for Chanel No5? Watch, then meet up with me after the video.

    Pretentious arty sh-t, yes.

    And so f-cking embarrassing.

    I am embarrassed for him.

    I am embarrassed that he’s looking off into the distance and talking about… THE WORLD TURNING AND WE TURN WITH IT….

    Why is Brad Pitt gazing out to the nether-yond like all fake-pensive?

    Why can’t he close his mouth?

    Why couldn’t he have just said to camera “the renovations on my French chateau, Miraval, are really expensive” and let it go at that?

    I would have preferred that.

    I would have preferred the straight up money grab instead of this — a lame attempt at profundity…over PERFUME.

    This is so shockingly off-brand, I almost don’t understand how he could have agreed to it except I do. I do because Brad Pitt would have had the power to kill if it he had wanted to kill it. And the reason he didn’t kill it is because this is what he has in common with James Franco – an “artist’s sensibility” is what he’d call it; an “artist full of eye-roll” is what we’d call it. This is his definition of high concept. This is our definition of his sh-t to Jennifer Aniston’s Smartwater diarrhoea… to say nothing of the weird timing of it all.

    Just the other day, Pitt was in LA promoting the documentary The House I Live In, crusading for change in the war against drugs. So on one hand he’s speaking articulately in service of an important cause – click here to read – and on the other he’s staring off at the moon and stars, delivering a soliloquy to a fragrance. I don’t understand why they couldn’t have left it at this.

  • Media makes fun of pitt AD

    CELEBITCHY

    Brad Pitt’s first full Chanel commercial: minimalist, sexy or underwhelming?

    Brad Pitt’s first official ad/commercial for Chanel has come out! And it’s a doozy. Except not really. I guess I built it up in my head, thinking that it was basically going to be Pantless Brad Pitt holding a box of chocolates and talking dirty to a perfume. I didn’t realize that it was going to be about, like, the universe and how it’s not a journey and we’re all going to die, so we might as well wear Chanel No. 5 or something. I don’t really think “Inevitable” should be the tagline. Wearing Chanel No. 5 is NOT fait accompli!

    It’s underwhelming. I almost think it would have been more powerful if Brad had been looking into the camera the whole time. I can’t believe they hired Joe Wright – a solid director known for his period films – to direct this simple, minimalist commercial. It’s weird. Brad released a statement too:

    Dear Brad: I want to defend you, but seriously? Enough with the pretense. It’s a perfume ad, not women’s suffrage. Perfume IS NOT LIBERATING. Perfume is not a revolution.

  • carry

    I think it is sexy .

  • Media makes fun of pitt AD

    NATIONAL POST

    Brad Pitt’s Chanel No.5 commercial a stinkbomb

    There’s no point equivocating: Brad Pitt’s much-hyped commercial debut on Monday as the new face of Chanel No. 5 perfume is a stinker. Directed by Joe Wright (Atonement, Anna Karenina), if the 30-second clip “There You Are” were a movie, it would be a box office bomb. Hardly appropriate for the world’s bestselling perfume.

    “Inevitable” is Chanel No. 5.‘s new tag line, which Pitt pronounces with all the meaning that his million-dollar payday can muster.

    At first the spot is confusing because, well, is this for real? There’s almost no point in a parody, since this ad already is one — it feels a lot like “Compulsion,” the late-’80s spoof that Saturday Night Live did of Calvin Klein’s Obsession perfume (Phil Hartman: “She was an incandescent angel dancing on the edge in a ritual that was both innocent and jejune”). It’s easier to take Gilda Radner’s fictional Hey You (“the fragrance for one-night stands”) perfume more seriously.

    “It’s not a journey,” a bearded, long-haired Pitt intones earnestly to no one in particular, just talking to himself in washed-out black and white as though practicing a theatre audition monologue (what, was that bit from Glass Menagerie taken?), occasionally looking deep, deep into the camera lens. “Plans disappear, dreams take over, but wherever I go, there you are,” he murmurs.
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    “My luck, my fate, my fortune,” he adds. You got one of those right Monsieur Pitt: your fortune. Stars shill ridiculous things for ridiculous amounts of money all the time, but generally they have the good sense to do it as geographically removed from Hollywood as possible. To wit: George Clooney fingering a Nespresso coffee pod — in Japan, years before TV commercials aired in English (which was at least goofy and took the piss out of his suave persona). Pitt’s art-school reel, on the other hand, is embarrassing and I think he knows it: If he looks studiously pensive, I think it’s because he’s suppressing major eye roll.

    Gabrielle Chanel was one of the first modern women and a savvy feminist. Beyond the simply awful script, tone-deaf execution and overall half-baked idea, I take exception that such an iconic fragrance from such an important woman-founded label (created, in Chanel’s own words, as “a woman’s perfume with a woman’s scent”) be fronted by a man. This, because Chanel’s creative director Karl Lagerfeld reportedly selected Pitt as the first male spokesman for the women’s fragrance since it was launched in 1921 because, well, women wear perfume to please men. Right?
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  • Heidi

    this is stupid

  • Leslie

    Chanel number 5,inevitable. Brad is so sexy.

  • Media makes fun of pitt AD

    THE GUARDIAN

    Brad Pitt’s Chanel No 5 ad: the smell of disaster

    All the actor had to do was stand in a room spouting drivel for 30 seconds. What could possibly go wrong?

    However much Brad Pitt was paid to become the new face of Chanel No 5, it almost certainly wasn’t enough. Sure, it might have seemed like easy money at the time – all he had to do was stand in an inconsistently lit room for 30 seconds and spout a load of unscannable nonsense that sounds like it’d been Google translated through 12 different languages and back into English again – but it’s bound to come back and kick him in the bum.

    Perfume adverts always do. Nicole Kidman’s career never fully recovered from her own Chanel advert in 2004, perhaps because millions of people still fight the urge to shout “I’m a DARNCER! I LOVE to DARNCE!” at the top of their voice whenever she appears onscreen.

    And yet, somehow, Pitt’s Chanel No 5 advert manages to be the worst one of all. He was doing so well to shake off his reputation as barely sentient eye candy. But there he is – shaggy-haired with a David Brent beard, desperately trying to inject hammy profundity into lines such as, “The world turns and we turn with it,” that he all but bursts an eyeball in the process – all that good work undone in a stroke.

  • wow

    I can listen to Brad’s voice and watch this ad for 100 times.

  • carry

    @lurkerAngie donation is great. She definety have heart.

  • Rec

    It sounds like a poem written by a 12 year old.

  • Media makes fun of pitt AD

    HUFFINGTON POST

    In the commercial just released, Pitt, who reportedly nabbed $7 million for the gig, looks more like he wandered out of a dive bar in Brooklyn than the chiseled stud we saw years ago. “The world turns and we turn with it,” he muses in black and white, “but wherever I go; there you are.”

    If you think it’s all a little cheesy, well, you’re in good company. “TRY NOT TO LAUGH WHEN YOU WATCH THIS!” howls one commenter on the YouTube version. “Bad hair, bad style, wtf?? do i see a goatee??? Horrible taste… and btw, why use an [American] to sell a French product?” writes another.

    But LOL-worthy lines aside, Brad’s good looks are still working their magic on at least one charmed lady. Writes one commenter:

    “The things he says makes no sense whatsoever. But his eyes. OMG.”

  • bdj

    The media makes fun of the glow in the dark massive uranium ring of Your Hairness, her nips of steal, and fake crying over her hired boytoy with her boozy paid friend. it is all good.

  • Erica

    Why is Brad so hot?

  • Media makes fun of pitt AD

    THE GAWKER

    This Brad Pitt Commercial for Brad Pitt Will Make You So Uncomfortable

    If you didn’t know it was a commercial for Chanel No. 5, you might think it was just a PSA alerting you of Brad Pitt, or perhaps a tourism commercial in the form of a love letter to the universe, designed to lure travelers from alternate universes (a universe where the French Revolution never occurred, a universe where you wore glasses instead of contacts today, a helliverse where Brad ended up with Jen) to ours.

    Here is the text of Brad’s speech (for accuracy, imagine 40 second pauses every fourth word):

    It’s not a journey. Every journey ends, but we go on. The world turns and we turn with it. Plans disappear. Dreams take over. But wherever I go, there you are. My luck, my fate, my fortune. Chanel No. 5. Inevitable.

    Which moment of the commercial makes you feel the most uncomfortable? Is it the way his eyes dart up, down, and all-around, as he contemplates aloud the Earth’s axial rotation, then suddenly swings back to stare right into the camera lens? Is it the way he pronounces “my luck” as “my luckqh”? Is it the very beginning, when he gravels, “It’s not a journey” and your eyes reflexively roll back into your head because you can already tell this is going to be that kind of thing? Or is it this commercial for the commercial when he demands to know if you’re going somewhere and where you’re going?

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  • annon

    http://www.totalbeauty.com/beauty-buzz/brad-pitt-chanel-no-5-makes-perfect-sense

    Brad Pitt for Chanel No. 5 — It Makes Perfect Sense

    When Chanel announced that Brad Pitt would be the new face of its iconic fragrance, Chanel No. 5, $74, there were some skeptics: How can a man be the face of a women’s fragrance?

    Well, yesterday Chanel released a short film starring Pitt, and those skeptics were swiftly silenced. Not only does he represent the sexy and mysterious qualities of the scent, he makes us what to run out and buy a bottle — and isn’t that the point of an ad?

    We’re not exactly sure what he’s talking about in the commercial — but that might be because it’s impossible to concentrate on what he’s saying. Instead, we found ourselves hypnotized by his raspy voice and “Legends of the Fall” hairstyle. Regardless, we’d call this campaign a recipe for success: One part Brad Pitt eye candy and one part ultra-glamorous French fragrance. We’re sure Angie’s wearing it — and we want to, too.

  • annon

    http://www.lhrtimes.com/2012/10/17/brad-pitt-the-person-minissha-lamba-most-wants-to-photograph/#ixzz29VPlgrUr

    Brad Pitt the person Minissha Lamba most wants to photograph

    NEW DELHI: Actress Minissha Lamba, who is the brand ambassador of Japanese company Fujifilms, launched the latest XF1 camera range Tuesday here and said that she feels close to the brand for personal reason.

    “The first time my parents went abroad, they bought a Fuji camera. It was a big deal in those days and to get something like this was a huge thing. It is a great opportunity to be associated with the same brand. Life comes full circle and it is good to have the feeling of closeness with the brand,” Minissha told IANS.

    “Everyone loves photography, specially with cameras like Fujifilms that are so amazing. It’s easy for anyone to just pick up the camera and become a photographer,” added the 27-year-old, who launched the brand’s latest range – XF1 here.

    Asked who she would wish to capture in the frame, the actress was quick to reply: “Brad Pitt! I would love to click his pictures anytime.”

    Last seen in Shirish Kunder’s Joker, the actress will now be seen in Zilla Gaziabad.

  • Media makes fun of pitt AD

    HOLLYWOOD.COM

    Brad Pitt’s Chanel No. 5 Ad Is Embarrassingly Awful

    -Brad Pitt’s new commercial for your grandmother’s favorite perfume, Chanel No. 5, involves — except there’s no music, shirtlessness, or punchline. Oh, and it is not a parody because it is a real, actual thing that someone thinks will get your grandmother to buy more perfume.

    -”The world turns and we turn with it,” Pitt tells us, reciting the ad’s copy or the world’s worst poetry as written by a lovesick tween, like Manny from Modern Family.

    -Mr. Pitt also can’t seem to figure out where to look for his cue cards. His eyes dart all around the set like a hummingbird on a Red Bull bender. If I had to read this script, I’d have a hard time looking you in the eyes, too.

    -The kicker: Pitt doesn’t even look that hot. With his long hair, goatee, and loose-hanging shirt that is open just so far, it looks like he went to the Fabio School of Poise, Modeling, Romance Posing, and Bartending Arts. Remember when our big celebrities would cash in on Japanese commercials so they could make big money and not embarrass themselves in their home country?
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  • oh boy

    His voice is such a seduction. Angie is so lucky.

  • Media makes fun of pitt AD

    ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY

    After decades of employing actresses like Marilyn Monroe and Nicole Kidman as the face of No. 5, Chanel signed Brad Pitt as the inaugural frontman for its iconic fragrance. Last week, a series of audio clip teasers featuring Brad asking random questions to no one in particular – “Are you going somewhere? Where?” – had me scratching my head. Now that the full short film has been released, I finally have some answers… and some questions of my own.

    For starters; What it is about Chanel No. 5 that makes Brad all emo and reflective? The actor launches into a monologue that’s full of so many dramatic pauses and soap-oprea stares off into the distance (did he pick up this technique during his 1987 stint on Another World?) that you’d think he was reciting poetry at an open mic night. Watch the commercial below and tell me what you think.

  • omg

    Brad can sell me anything, I will buy. What a babe.

  • bdj

    http://www.complex.com/style/2012/10/video-watch-brad-pitt-sell-you-some-chanel-n5

    Video: Brad Pitt Gets Philosophical to Sell Chanel No. 5 Perfume

    It’s not even December yet, but soon you’ll be getting hints from your girl through post-it notes, texts, pouty faces, and carrier pigeons clueing you in on what she wants next. If you haven’t deciphered what CHANEL N°5 is, let us teach you something; it’s THE most iconic perfume in the world. Now that you know, the second reason she wants this perfume is because Brad Pitt just sold it to her by way of this commercial. Also take note that he’s the only male face to be added to this campaign. So when your lady friend asks you silly questions only girls would know the answer to, you can respond without hesitation.

  • Pittslut and babymama are joke

    You know I watched the perfume ad just now on Youtube and I’m starting to think Brad must be back into drugs so deep he doesn’t even know which way is up any more. I actually think he’s imploding mentally.

    his baby mama was the worlds laughing stock at the oscars and now is his turn.

    all the jollie-pitt sluts bloggers like lainey, celebitch are all mocking the chanel gate and leg gate, oh God bless the jolie-pitt, ,lol my ass

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