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Justin Timberlake and Anthony Mackie filming together on the “Runner Runner” set at Old San Juan-Santa
so I turn on my TV and check my DVR… and what to my surprise JUSTINNN lol check out ET’s coverage of trouble with the curve from last night.
I posted earlier what Billboard.com had posted on this topic, but here is EW.com’s tid bit
Justin Timberlake hasn’t released an album since 2006′s FutureSex/LoveSounds, mostly because he has been distracted by the business of being Justin Timberlake. That tends to fill one’s day with acting in Oscar-winning films, dropping into the occasional SNL sketch, hosting a golf tournament, sometimes going to the Marine Corps Ball, and being engaged to Jessica Biel.
It’s a busy life, which is why our eyebrows raised when we saw these quotes from producer Jim Beanz, a frequent Timbaland collaborator (he’s also been involved in song productions for Britney Spears, Adam Lambert, and Demi Lovato) who claims to be working with Timberlake on a series of songs for a “crazy” new album.
It turns out… He wouldn’t. According to Timberlake’s publicist, there are currently no plans for a new album, though JT is working with Timbaland on tracks for Shock Value 3 (he appeared on each of the first two installments of the series).
But as for other music, “That’s it,” said the spokesperson.
That makes a lot more sense for Timberlake, who’s now pretty much entirely focused on acting. In fact, he’s currently in Puerto Rico with Ben Affleck filming the movie Runner Runner, which would certainly get in the way of his being in the studio.
So while the idea of a new JT album is titillating (especially for those of us still obsessed with FutureSex), it will have to remain a fantasy for now.
But it does bring up a good question: What other musicians have walked away on top the way Timberlake did? While he hasn’t been completely invisible (he has dropped in on tracks for Madonna, T.I., Jamie Foxx, Timbaland, and Esmee Denters, among others, since the release of FutureSex/LoveSounds), he has pretty much put the idea of an album on the back burner — though he may be dipping his toe into the world of film scores.
For a hot minute, it looked like Justin Timberlake was finally in the studio working on his much-much-much-anticipated third album. Producer Jim Beanz, who notably co-wrote Britney Spears’ “Gimme More,” updated UK site Digital Spy about progress being made on Timbaland’s “Shock Value 3,” a project that Timberlake is helping with.
“It’s still in the early stages, but they have a lot of tracks,” Beanz stated. “While I’ve been over here in the UK they’ve been working, so by the time I get back they’ll have a whole load of ideas and I’m going to have to catch up!”
However, the headline “Justin Timberlake working on ‘crazy’ new album” caused mass head-scratching. New album by the man behind “FutureSex/LoveSounds”? Nope.
Timberlake’s publicist tells Billboard that while it’s true the superstar is collaborating with Timbaland, there are no plans for a third solo album. Further, Timberlake is currently shooting a movie, “Runner, Runner,” in Puerto Rico.
Upon its release in 2006, “FutureSex/LoveSounds” peaked at No.1 on both the Billboard 200 and R&B/Hip-Hop Albums charts. Timberlake’s solo debut, “Justified,” peaked at No. 2 on both charts.
The first trailer for “Trouble With the Curve” — a new baseball dramedy starring Clint Eastwood, Amy Adams and Justin Timberlake — has arrived online. Eastwood did not direct this movie. But in it, he does appear to be playing a baseball scout version of his character from “Gran Torino” while the cast as a whole appears to be starring in this year’s answer to “Moneyball.”
The film’s release date was recently bumped up to Sept. 21, which — hey, wouldn’t you know — is very close to the same date on which “Moneyball” was released last year. Is “Trouble With the Curve” as good as the Brad Pitt Oscar contender? We’ll have to wait and see. With a cast like this, it at least boasts a promising starting line-up.
Justin Timberlake and Jessica Biel are soon to cement their royal A-list status in matrimony.
And despite early rumours that the Tinseltown twosome would sad ‘I do’ in Italy, they are now believed to be tying the knot at a luxury private resort in Montana, according to Celebuzz.
The couple are said to be having a brief engagement, with the former N*Sync star only popping the question last December, and the biggest event of 2012′s showbiz calender just weeks ahead.
And Jessica is obviously a fan of the area, with the pair taking annual holidays to Montana – even getting engaged at the neighbouring Amangani Resort in Jackson, Wyoming.
An insider said: ‘They have vacationed there many times before both in summer and winter and absolutely adore the location.
‘It’s away from the hustle and bustle of Hollywood and it’s beautiful.’
The insider added: ‘The laid back lodge feel is totally their vibe.’
Fellow Hollywood stars Leonardo DiCaprio and Bradley Cooper, along with Bill Gates, are said to be members of the elite property, which is the only private ski resort in the world.
Playful Jessica teased fans at the New York premiere of her latest film Total Recall, by hitting the red carpet in a bridal theme dress.
The bride-to-be posed alongside co-star Kate Beckinsale in a delicate white lace number that hinted a ceremony is on the horizon soon.
Speaking to the Chicago Sun-Times, the former 7th Heaven beauty admitted she’s just ‘enjoying being engaged’ – no doubt thanks to hired help planning the big day for her.
Wayfair.com and HomeMint.com have teamed up to sell a collection of home goods selected or designed by pop star Justin Timberlake. HomeMint.com says its intent is to expose its products to Wayfair’s home décor-minded audience, and to build interest in HomeMint.com’s own e-commerce business.
From its launch this spring until this week, Timberlake’s line was sold exclusively at HomeMint.com. HomeMint.com is one of a handful of celebrity-infused e-commerce “mint” web sites owned by BeachMint LLC, which started operations in 2010. Other BeachMint sites include JewelMint.com, with actress Kate Bosworth; BeautyMint.com, with singer Jessica Simpson; and ShoeMint.com, with actress Rachel Bilson.
Consumers who visit Wayfair.com will see many of the same products available for sale at HomeMint.com, although the pricing is different. A BeachMint spokeswoman says the prices for HomeMint goods on Wayfair.com are not lower than what HomeMint.com’s paid subscribers pay for the same products. HomeMint.com works on a two-tier pricing model. Consumers can buy a product outright without having to pay a monthly $9.99 subscription fee, although members pay less for the same product. For example, HomeMint.com sells a washed linen fitted sheet to non-members for $116.99. It sells the sheet to members for $89.99. On Wayfair.com, the same sheet is listed for $103.49.
The BeachMint spokesperson declined to provide details on the sales arrangement but says BeachMint spoke with Wayfair representatives before Timberlake’s line launched this spring. “We talked about this from the start as a way to size up the mailing list for HomeMint,” the BeachMint spokeswoman says, adding that the company considers the arrangement with Wayfair.com a test. She says other BeachMint sites have occasionally sold goods through other e-retailers, although those were typically flash sale e-retailers. BeachMint has sold JewelMint.com jewelry through Gilt Groupe, for example. Gilt Groupe is No. 49 in the Guide. Wayfair.com, No. 50, did not respond to inquiries.
Wayfair.com is promoting the availability of HomeMint goods with “exclusively at Wayfair” messaging and photos on its home page of Timberlake and the line’s co-designer Estee Stanley. Stanley also wrote a Wayfair.com blog entry introducing her design approach. Clicking the Shop Now button from the home page takes consumers to a page with HomeMint product selections, where consumers are also urged to sign-up for HomeMint.com e-mails. Orders and payments take place wholly within Wayfair.com’s systems.
The baseball drama marks Eastwood first acting gig since “Gran Torino” in 2008; he stars opposite Amy Adams and Justin Timberlake.
Warner Bros. is moving up director Robert Lorenz’s Trouble With the Curve baseball pic by one week, from Sept. 28 to Sept. 21.
The father-daughter sports drama stars Clint Eastwood and Amy Adamsand marks Eastwood’s first acting role since his acclaimed performance in the Gran Torino in 2008. It’s also the first film he’s starred in that he hasn’t directed since In the Line of Fire.Lorenz is Eastwood’s longtime producing partner.
Trouble With the Curve – positioned to take advantage of baseball playoffs — marks Lorenz’s feature directorial debut.Trouble With the Curve also stars Justin Timberlake, Matthew Lillard,John Goodman and Joe Massingill.Written by Randy Brown, Trouble With the Curve stars Eastwood as an Atlanta Braves baseball scout who brings his daughter (Adams) on his final trip to woo a younger player (Massingill).
The situation becomes complicated when he and his daughter encounter a rival scout (Timberlake).
In the September issue of ‘Teen Vogue,’ Selena Gomez admits she loves another Justin — Timberlake! What will her boyfriend Justin Bieber think of her new confession?
Justin Bieber is sure to be a little jealous after he reads what girlfriend Selena Gomez said in Teen Vogue. She praised Justin Timberlake: ”I love his music sooo much.” The Biebs recently freaked out at a radio show host who compared their music. What will he say to Selena?
“Who I would die to work with, but I don’t think he ever would—I don’t even think he’s doing music anymore—is Justin Timberlake,” Selena said. “Just ’cause I love his music sooo much.”
We hope Justin isn’t feeling especially jealous! He took a compliment as an insult when he was on a Detroit radio show on June 29. The DJ heard JB’s song “Boyfriend” and told the Biebs he sounded like Justin Timberlake — that didn’t go so well.
“I thought it was Justin Timberlake,” the DJ said. “I hope you take this as a compliment, I really mean it as that.”
“Man that’s crazy ’cause our voices sound nothing alike,” Justin snapped back. “I mean, saying I sound like someone else is not really a compliment.”
Actress Jessica Biel never expected Justin Timberlake to propose marriage, she revealed in a new interview. Since the engagement was revealed to the world in January, Biel said she has done “almost nothing” to help plan the wedding, which is rumored to take place later this summer.
“I’m just enjoying being engaged. I do feel like there is a lot of time and nothing needs to be rushed,” Biel told the Chicago Sun-Times. “Everyone tells me that being engaged is the really special moment. Not that it gets bad when you get married! But being engaged it just absolutely amazing.” Biel has been with singer and actor Timberlake for five years now, and she told the Associated Press she never expected his proposal.
“It’s actually not anything I ever really thought was going to happen to me or that I really wanted. And when it happened, it just seemed- it just was right. It’s wonderful,” she said. The pair has been quiet about the details surrounding the proposal and upcoming wedding, refusing to even tell the public the date of the nuptials. Timberlake and Biel have shared public displays of affection, most recently being photographed kissing at a Laker game.
Timberlake was previously in relationship with Britney Spears, but they broke up in 2002, and since then he has had a lively social life. Before getting engaged to Biel, Timberlake was in a committed relationship with Cameron Diaz. When they separated in 2007, the pair issued a joint statement.