Sir George Clooney, At Yours (and Natalie Dormer's) Service
George Clooney, who is halfway to being a billionaire, is still doing Nespresso commercials. At this point we have to accept he’s not doing it for the money, so he either really really loves Nespresso; the coffee syndicate has some dirt on him (and they’re in cahoots with the Illuminati, so that’s not out of the question); or some part of him gets off on being their spokesperson. I ran the numbers, and those are the only three options we have at present, people.
Regardless of his intentions, his newest spot is a sight to behold, and he’s roped in Margaery Tyrell, I mean, Natalie Dormer to be a part of his racket and get that sweet, sweet Nespresso money.
Look, I watched the spot. Numerous times, over the course of an hour. I kept looking for clues, a hidden meaning as to why George Clooney keeps making these ads. An hour and 15 cups of Nespresso coffee later (I don’t know how I did it, as I most definitely do not have a Nespresso machine) I’m no closer to having the answers.
Who knows why, maybe because it’s easy money and it looks pretty low maintenance to do? Maybe George uses his Nespresso shoots as a wish fulfillment of sorts, and directs Karen, the production assistant (I’m assuming her name is Karen) that he always wanted to dress up in a knight’s costume, because he’s really into Game of Thrones at the moment. So Karen being Karen, concocted an entire shoot around George’s wishes, and even hired Natalie Dormer to get in on the action. I mean, when you’re that rich, why not make someone else pay for your wish fulfillment?
All I can say is that I hope George’s next commercial somehow involves mermaids, and the lost city of Atlantis, and incorporates all of the Spice Girls, because this all seems like harmless fun, so let’s just go with it, ok?
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