This is a commercial ad of Old Spice. This commercial was released in January 2019 in United States. Under the title of “Old Spice: Running on Empty”.
It’s time to get real. Real about our emotions, real about our products, real about our ingredients, and real about our emotions about the Old Spice body wash and antiperspirant products that have real ingredients. Because men have skin too.
It was done by Wieden+Kennedy, Portland advertising agency. And the commercial by Production Company is Doomsday Entertainment and is directed by Millicent Shelton.
We need to talk.
What would you like to talk about?
Take a guess.
What is it?
This is what you want to talk about right now?
Cuz you make me share everying that’s why.
Well, it,s not something I actually enjoy doing.
Well, you take extremely long showers getting super soft skin.
What is there not to enjoy?
Why are we doing this?
Why are we doing what?
Using my Old Spice Moisturize with Shea Butter body wash?
All I wanted was to use your body wash.
And all I wanted was to have a body wash.
Men Have Skin Too.
I wonder why.
Men Have Skin Too
The commercial song is Original Music by Joint Editorial. This song was produced specifically for the commercial and unfortunately, it is not available to purchase or download on any music sites.
Thus, I am not able to get any information about this song. However, if you have any information about this song by any chance, please leave your comment.
Watch the whole advertisement here.
Old Spice: Running on Empty
Client: Old Spice
Geo: United States
Released: January 2019
Advertising Agency: Wieden+Kennedy, Portland
Executive Creative Directors: Eric Baldwin, Jason Bagley
Creative Directors: Matt Sorrell, Ashley Davis-Marshall
Copywriter: Eric Fensler
Art Director: Liz Malenfant
Producer: Nicole Kaptur
Production Company: Doomsday Entertainment
Director: Millicent Shelton
Executive Producer: Danielle Hinde
Line Producer: Alicia Martinez
Director of Photography: Doug Emmett
Actor: Deon Cole (American actor)
Music: Original Music by Joint Editorial