Brad Pitt: “I Kind of Liked” My Spoofed Chanel Ad

rad Pitt attends The Cinema Society with Men's Health and DeLeon hosted screening of The Weinstein Company's "Killing Them Softly" on November 26, 2012 in New York City. Stephen Lovekin/Getty Images

Brad Pitt is laughing about those Chanel ads, too — all the way to the bank.

When asked about the Saturday Night Live parody of his buzzed-about black-and-white commercials — in which a goateed Pitt, 48, mumbles quasi-zen sentiments like "The world turns and we turn with it" — the actor recently told Access Hollywood that people should feel free to say what they want about them.

"I've been overseas, so I've been blissfully protected [from the criticism]," Pitt said of the parody starring SNL's Taran Killam. "I haven't [seen the parodies], but I say absolutely fair play, fair play."

For his part, the Oscar-nominated star says he thinks his Chanel No. 5 campaign ads are well done.

"I kind of liked it . . . I respect what they do," he shared. "They do some really quality things."

Though official figures haven't been confirmed, Angelina Jolie's fiance will reportedly earn $7 million for his Chanel-shilling duties. He is the first-ever male face for the iconic French fashion house's signature fragrance.

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