Jennifer Aniston Is Spoiled Rotten in This Ritzy, Mile-High Ad for Emirates Airline

No personal shower? That's a problem

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Many celebrities shy away from doing luxury ads for fear of seemingly snooty. But Jennifer Aniston clearly doesn't care about that—filming this new spot for Emirates airline (via agency RKCR/Y&R) in which she can't possibly imagine flying on a plane without her own personal suite and shower.

Aniston is one of the few actresses who can actually pull this off—portraying everyone else's reality (if they're lucky) as her own bad dream. But that's why she gets the big bucks—some $5 million for the campaign, according to the New York Post.


Client: Emirates

Agency: RKCR/Y&R

Creative Director: Mark Roalfe

Copywriter: Jonathan Thake

Art Director: Marc Hatfield

Business Director: Emma Massey

Account Director: Franky Wardell

Agency Producer: Fiona Renfrew

Production Company: Hungry Man LA

Director: Bryan Buckley

Editorial Company: Whitehouse Post

Editor: Charlie Harvey

Executive Producer: Lisa Kenrick

@nudd Tim Nudd is a former creative editor of Adweek.
Publish date: October 6, 2015 © 2020 Adweek, LLC. - All Rights Reserved and NOT FOR REPRINT