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Scarlett Johansson & Matthew McConaughey: 'Dolce&Gabbana' Ad Video - Watch Now!

Scarlett Johansson & Matthew McConaughey: 'Dolce&Gabbana' Ad Video - Watch Now!

Scarlett Johansson and Matthew McConaughey are up close and personal in this newly released campaign for Dolce&Gabbana!

The 28-year-old actress and the 44-year-old actor were directed in the campaign video by the famed director Martin Scorsese. Check out the campaign video below!

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“I love those streets, they’re part of me because that’s where I grew up,” Martin shared in a statement about the video.

WHAT DO YOU THINK of Scarlett Johansson and Matthew McConaughey in their Dolce&Gabbana ad campaign?

Scarlett Johansson & Matthew McConaughey – Dolce&Gabbana Campaign Video

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19 Responses to “Scarlett Johansson & Matthew McConaughey: 'Dolce&Gabbana' Ad Video - Watch Now!”

  1. 1
    sugar daddy Says:

    Such a boring commercial or whatever this was
    Scarlett so photoshopped in those pics

  2. 2
    ALIAS Says:

    Dear Matt; You get to have her too, if you straighten up a fly right. Lucky you.

  3. 3
    Evie Says:


  4. 4
    ALIAS Says:

    No.1; No photo-shop here. She just slimmed way down for the classic DOLCE VITA black and white photo shoot. Which makes her look like she was physically transfigured in the near future. That is what FFing is all about.

  5. 5
    ALIAS Says:

    No.3; What is so boring about Scarlett Johansson and Matthew McConaughey, and his lovely Brazilian wife, spending the night together? Am I missing something here?

  6. 6
    pretty kitty Says:

    I love this commercial!! so refreshing.. I hated the rpatz one.. so greasy!!!

  7. 7
    Yawn Says:

    Scarlett is a pretty woman but that second pic makes her look like a guy.

  8. 8
    November Says:

    Love Scarlett and Matthew. Great commercial.

  9. 9
    theo Says:

    Matt is not attractive anymore.

  10. 10
    Looselipz Says:

    Man that’s just horrible. Terrible acting and no chemistry at all between the two.

  11. 11
    living in a box Says:

    i think i quite nice commercial, but Rooney Mara’s calvin klein is better and Lea Seydoux’s Prada is superb!!

  12. 12
    ttdavid Says:

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  13. 13
    Blah Says:


  14. 14
    ALFA Says:

    No.8; Ditto.

  15. 15
    sheigh Says:

    Seriously Scorsese is behind ?

  16. 16
    CAte Says:

    Scorsese is a great film director but I find his perfume commercials not so good. I didn’t like the one with Gaspard either. This might have worked better if the actors were in the same age range. With their large age gap it’s hard to believe they have a long loaded history like the dialogue implies? Nice cinematography and scenery though.

  17. 17
    Rita Says:

    @Looselipz: Ditto.

  18. 18
    yaddayadda Says:

    black and white and cheap italian music are not romantic

    so much makeup makes the guy look younger than her

    2 minutes of unnecessary filler dialogue

    i dont think at 25 or whatever you’re entitled to be nostalgic about the past

    i think that time could have been better spent making out instead of visiting random buildings

  19. 19
    Louise Says:

    @yaddayadda: Black-and-white is superb, it emphasizes faces and atmospheres, while colour is distracting. The ‘cheap Italian music’ is a beautiful song from 1960, and this is the original recording.

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