With her new season approaching, friend and multiple guest Justin Timberlake helps promote by saying a few kind words.
Jessica Biel may be one of the most stylish women in Hollywood, but that may be thanks to her fiancé Justin Timberlake.
Biel, 30, tells InStyle in its August cover story that Timberlake, 31, helps choose her outfits – and picked out her gorgeous engagement ringwithout any input from her.
“I had no say whatsoever [in the ring]. I don’t micromanage,” shetells InStyle, on newsstands Friday. “He is fearless in his choices and has a real eye for design. And I’ll be honest: He has better taste than I do.”
Adds Biel, “When I walk out of the closet after getting dressed in the morning, I’ll go like this [turns palms upward as if to say, 'Well?'] And he goes like this [shakes his head no]. Then he picks again. It’s hilarious.”
Fashion feedback aside, Biel says her advice for having a happy relationship is “letting go of the little stuff. You can’t let it get to you.” Plus, being with an inspiring person is key to her happiness. “It is important to me to have a partner who is loving and fun – someone who inspires me,” she says. “And he must be a good person.”
Asked about whether she plans to raise children someday in Los Angeles, where she and Timberlake currently live in the Hollywood Hills, the actress who was raised in Colorado says, “I would like those future little people to have the experience I had, in some capacity. It was fun. I love Colorado; I’ve always thought that could be a possibility for me.”
Making Time for Each Other
In addition to being raised in the outdoorsy environment of her home state, Biel says she learned a lot about relationships growing up by watching her mom and dad.
“The best thing I learned from [my parents] is that you have to put your relationship first. You need to make time for your partner,” she says. It’s really easy to let that go by the wayside. It’s easy to say, ‘Hey, I’ll see you later. I love you.’ And you can’t do that.”
Biel finds this especially difficult because of the demanding schedules she and Timberlake have because of their work. “Justin and I have a rule that we don’t let a certain amount of time go by without seeing each other, but it doesn’t always work,” she says. “But from here on out, I want to participate in making smart choices for the relationship.”
Still, it’s important to the actress that she and Timberlake maintain some of their independence.
“In my earlier experiences with relationships, I was really vulnerable to somebody else’s personality, hobbies and way of life,” she says.
“But as I’ve gotten older, I’ve become proud of the traits that make me who I am. Maintaining my individuality is really important to me because otherwise I can easily slip into somebody else’s life. So I’m glad I’m getting better at it. It’s a process, but it’s getting simpler.”
The 30-year-old actress admits she learned that most important thing in a relationship is putting it first
Famously private Jessica Biel doesn’t like to reveal too much about her personal life, but when it comes to her sense of style, she has no problem admitting that she’s not the pro in the relationship.
“(Justin) is fearless in his choices and has a real eye for design,” she tells the August issue of InStyle. “And I’ll be honest: He has better taste than I do.
“When I walk out of the closet after getting dressed in the morning, I’ll go like this (turns palms upward as if to say, ‘Well?’). And he goes like this (shakes head no). Then he picks again. It’s hilarious.”
Biel, 30, and Timberlake, 31, got engaged during the holiday season last year, and are reportedly set to tie the knot in September.
In May, the pair rang in summer with a star-studded soiree to celebrate their upcoming nuptials.
“You can see that they have been dating for a long time and really know each other’s friends and family well,” a source told Us Weekly of the events. “The party was a fun celebration and a preview of what’s to come with the wedding.”
The pair has remained largely mum about their wedding plans, but Biel does admit that she’s bent on creating a lasting relationship with Timberlake, based largely in part on her parents’ own marriage.
“The best thing I learned from them is that you have to put your relationship first. You need to make time for your partner,” she said. “Justin and I have a rule that we don’t let a certain amount of time go by without seeing each other, but it doesn’t always work.
“Sometimes you are both working and it just happens. But from here on out, I want to participate in making smart choices for the relationship.”
Biel will star in this month’s action remake “Total Recall” opposite Colin Farrell and psychological thriller “The Tall Man.”
Timberlake, meanwhile, is busy with his own projects, including a home line with stylist Estee Stanley called HomeMint.
Fittingly, the singer’s ambitions seem to fall perfectly in line with the actress’ prerequisites for a partner.
“It’s important to me to have a partner who is loving and fun – someone who inspires me,” she tells the magazine. “And he must be a good person.”
The actor and dancer Justin Timberlake filmed today its first love scenes with actress Gemma Arterton as part of the plot of the movie “Runner Runner” which is filmed in Puerto Rico since last Monday.
Arterton Timberlake arrived on the scene of shooting at 7:00 in the morning. At 1:00 in the afternoon took a lunch break and then resume filming schedule below at 2:00 pm.
First Time Power forward that the two actors will be filming today in Carolina until 7:00 pm.
On Tuesday, Timberlake and re-record Arterton other sequences in the same place. On Wednesday, being a holiday (July 4), take a break. The morning itinerary will be the same as Monday in Carolina.
First time was further reported that Timberlake and his fiancée Jessica Biel take advantage of the July 4 for domestic tourism and of course enjoy our beaches.
In “Runner Runner”, Justin Timberlake is “Richie Furst,” a student at Princeton University who loses his tuition money playing poker on a website. Gemma Arterton is “Rebecca Shafran” love interest “Richie” (Timberlake).
It is expected that next Sunday, July 8, arrives in Puerto Rico actor Ben Affleck, the other protagonist of the film, who will be accompanied by his wife, actress Jennifer Garner.
A total of 160 technicians (between Americans and Puerto Ricans) are part of the film’s production team and it is estimated that around 3,500 extras appear in the film
Justin and Jessica leaving resturant in Puerto Rico, and Justin is pushin a cute little baby!
Justin Timberlake loves the smell of beer.
The singer-and-actor has been discussing his favourite fragrances. He is the face of Givenchy Play Sport and while he is a big fan of the scent there are other more unusual smells that he is a fan of.
“Call me crazy, call me weird, but I like the smell of beer. I don’t think men should overdo their ‘aura’, or let people smell you before you walk in the room. I like a fresh-out-of-the-shower smell,” he told the latest edition of UK magazine Glamour.
Justin has legions of fans all over the world and is widely regarded as one of the hottest guys in Hollywood. His In Time co-star Amanda Seyfried famously said; “Only a straight man or a gay woman could resist the Trousersnake”.
However, the 31-year-old heartthrob has downplayed his sex symbol status.
“I despise that nickname,” he teased. “It was given to me by the Brits and I will forever hold that against you! She [Amanda] knows where she got the nickname! I certainly lack the ability to, er, live up any sort of hype, or any sort of hoopla that the nickname bestows upon me. But reverse the connotation and I’d say the same thing about her.
“She was obviously hyping our film. She doesn’t feel that way about me, trust me.”
And that had their own generators to carry out a series of scenes in the heart of the Pearl.
The streets of the historic district sanjuanero hosted the filming of this “thriller” about Internet gambling, to recreate a Caribbean party atmosphere. During the day, Timberlake shot a footage in which he wore all black while walking down a street. At nightfall it will shoot a sequence with many musicians and outdoor pool.
Runner Runner has recorded Pine, County and Rio Piedras. A scene that would be produced in a condominium in Puerta de Tierra had to be postponed.
Justin Timberlake was yesterday with his girlfriend in Santurce, but eye, it was Jessica Biel,
This is the actress of Clash of the Titans and Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time, Gemma Arterton, who is already in Puerto Rico because of the filming of the Hollywood production, Runner, Runner.
And, in the film, the beautiful actress plays the love interest of “Richie Furst,” Justin Timberlake role plays, the first of the cast members of Runner Runner Puerto Rican soil that arrived two weeks ago.
Yesterday Arterton recorded his first scenes with Sam Timberlake and even Palladio. The actors arrived at 7:00 am in the area of Santurce and began recording at the Hotel El Boricua, which is located a few blocks from the market square of this area of the capital, San Juan
Arterton, Timberlake and Palladio (who estambién couple of Puerto Rican Zuleyka Rivera in the plot), recorded in the guest house until 2:00 pm.
For purposes of the plot of the movie, Hotel El Boricua was transformed into a brewery in Costa Rica. In fact, the conversion could be seen through that changes made to the front of the place.
After a recess, the three actors other sequences shot on location in several streets that are nearby.
But that’s not all over. Once Timberlake, Palladio and finished recording Arterton in the streets, moved to another set: a nearby building that was converted into the Hotel del Mar in Costa Rica.
The actors recorded in that set until 8:00 pm.
Today, Friday, and tomorrow, Saturday, filming Runner, Runner continues in the La Perla in Old San Juan. Ben Affleck will join the shoot from July 8. Is expected to come with his partner Jennifer Garner and her children.
In the 31 short years he’s been on this planet, Justin Timberlake has managed to cram in being a child TV star, a boy-band pin-up, a triple platinum-selling recording artist and one of Hollywood’s most bankable leading men, all the while dating some of the world’s hottest women. While some of his peers have suffered public meltdowns and falling output, he has deftly turned his hand to each new challenge with inimitable success. Unlike his Mickey Mouse Clubco-stars Britney Spears and Christina Aguilera he has snubbed launching his own fragrance in favour of being the global face of Givenchy. When we meet, Timberlake is flying the flag for the house in a bespoke single-breasted suit over a simple henley top with a printed scarf from the current collection, matched with an enormousCartier watch. And while he’s happy to talk about the new fragrance, Play Sport, just don’t mention the hair…
In Friends With Benefits you play a character called Dylan, creative director of GQ. Did you study our Editor Dylan Jones carefully for this role?
I just kind of walked through the office and saw what they wore to work every day. They’re all very stylish men, so it was important to get that. My character wanted to impress because he had just got the job there, so I wanted him to dress up even a little more.
Is Dylan the best-dressed character you’ve played so far?
I’ve had some pretty well-dressed characters: Sean Parker [The Social Network], who wore suits all the time. I’d say the worst dressed was Scott in Bad Teacher. Some of those sweaters were just ridiculous; the one with the bone latch was really funny. I would say Will in In Time had some of the coolest clothing I’ve worn. It’s not every day you get Colleen Atwood, Oscar-winning costumer, dressing you.
Have you picked up any style tips from your characters?
I put a little bit of how I dress and a little bit of who I am into every character because [that way] you find something to relate to.
As the face of Givenchy, how much creative input do you have?
Well, I think it’s important to know what you don’t know. I know nothing about what it’s like to put a fragrance together. I sat with them first, and we talked more about my lifestyle, so the fragrance is an extension of that conversation more than anything. That’s why this was an interesting collaboration for me.
Does Givenchy Play Sport reflect your style?
You’re talking about a company that’s been around for a long time. And I think it speaks to the level of their quality that they’re able to reinvent themselves. I’m also a huge fan of Riccardo Tisci [Givenchy's creative director], so it seemed like a great partnership. I love Riccardo; I love his work. Givenchy as a brand is classic but it’s also very modern. It seemed like a very cool thing to do. I don’t create notes for the fragrance, I talk in a broader way, more about lifestyle and what I think makes sense for the both of us in this partnership; that’s more the impetus and that’s my relationship with the project.
So we shouldn’t expect a “Justin Timberlake” fragrance any time soon.
I don’t think I would ever make my own – this is more comfortable for me. I don’t aspire to have my name on a fragrance.
You were telling us you like to play golf and snowboard, but how do you stay fit and healthy when you’re on the road, working all the time?
Being on the road, the hours aren’t as crazy, but it is a sevenday- a-week job. I compare being on tour for music to being a pro athlete. You show up, and for two hours you’re exerting yourself, then you go straight to the next place. Or like being a pro footballer. But they probably travel a lot more nicely than I do – I get on a bus, they probably get on a private plane…
Is acting less demanding than music?
Acting is a different process, in a way; you work 12-hour days at least, but you get two days off. For a movie, I train leading up to it; then while rehearsing, I’ll have two or three months to really train. Then when filming starts you do things that aren’t as vigorous because you’re working so much, but you can get in short work-outs.
How do you train?
Sometimes I wake up and stretch and do 20 minutes on the treadmill, or anything to just break a sweat. And then I have the weekends where I can get out and play nine holes and maybe go to the gym. So I try to moderate it. It’s kind of like running a marathon. The hardest part about making movies is staying the exact same weight every day and looking the same.
Presumably that takes some pretty serious discipline.
You have to ignore the catering. It seems like a pain, but it’s really not that hard to monitor your calories once you get it down. Plus, sometimes I can up my intake because I’m working 12-hour days and burning a lot more energy, especially on a movie like In Time, where it was so physical. All that diet and health stuff really revolves around the movie or show. I’m sure that there will be a project where I need to look unhealthy; I’ll have to figure that out when the time comes.
You travel an enormous amount – give us some tips for the products to always pack.
The only thing that I travel with is an Ole Henriksen facial cleanser, something that my skin is used to avoid using different soaps at different hotels all the time, and Givenchy Man Pro-Energizing Massive Moisturizer. I usually keep my hair pretty short, too, so I don’t require a lot of stuff.
Any haircuts you wish you’d never had?
I’ve had a lot, but they were more in my teenage years. We don’t talk about those…
Givenchy Play Sport, £55.50 for 100ml. At House Of Fraser. houseoffraser.co.uk
Justin being the warmhearted man that he is, tweeted today about the passing of film writer .
“R.I.P. Nora Ephron… Funny, charming, witty, full of heart, and one of the greatest who put it all down in timeless, quotable classics.”