Justin rehearsing for 901 Day/Performing in Southern Hospitality – Aug 31

Justin is in New York today rehearsing with Freesol for the National 9/01 Day concert set to take place tomorrow at the Irving Plaza. They are also doing a small set of songs tonight at Southern Hospitality BBQ NYC. Check out some twitpics below:


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Justin & Jessica photographed together in Toronto (Update)

Hollywood life: Justin Timberlake and Jessica Biel parted ways in March, but the pair were spotted together over the weekend in Toronto—the second reported sighting of them together since they announced their split.

Could they be rekindling their romance?

The pair, whose reps in March said “they mutually have decided to part ways”—were photographed by eTalk riding bikes in downtown Toronto—where Jessica has been filming Total Recall—along Queen Street West, known for its hip boutiques and restaurants.


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Bad Teacher crosses $ 200 million mark

MUMBAI: This summer, Sony’s Bad Teacher has become the third R-rated comedy to cross the $200 million mark worldwide.

The film that stars Cameron Diaz hit the milestone over the weekend, earning $2.2 million at the foreign box office for a new international cumulative total of $102.6 million.

The film, also starring Jason Segel and Justin Timberlake, has grossed $98.1 million domestically for a world total of $200.7 million.

The film’s better-than-expected performance means strong profit margins for Sony that made the film for under $20 million. The studio purchased Lee Eisenberg and Gene Stupnitsky’s script in 2008.

Warner Bros.’ The Hangover Part II, that opened in theatres on 26 May has earned a whopping $581.2 million worldwide followed by Universal’s Bridesmaids that has grossed $272.9 million globally since its release on 13 May.

The summer’s other notable R-rated comedy is New Line and Warners’ Horrible Bosses that has, to date, totaled $170.4 million worldwide.

source: india television

More FWB interviews

Expect these to continue popping. The movie still has to premiere in lots of countries, including the European ones where they did the promo tour:

New International Trailer for “In Time”

The movie will be released to US Cinemas on October 28. Click here to check the international release dates.

1991 Yearbook : Trip to memory lane


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Today Ancestry.co.uk, the number one family history website, announced a huge expansion of its online school and college yearbooks, which includes a wealth of school photographs of today’s film and music superstars.

Justin Timberlake is pictured in 1991, when he was in 4th Grade at EE Jeter Elementary School in Millington, Tennessee.

Always cute to go back to memory lane once in a while :D

Justin on the September issue of Film Ink Magazine

Justin Timberlake  is featured in the September issue of Film Ink magazine (Australia) Check out the scans below to read the interview.

You can buy the magazine in newsagents around Australia or by emailing dina@filmink.com.au Make sure to grab your copies!!


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Celebrate National 9/01 Day in NYC with 901, JT & FreeSol


ST. LOUIS, Aug. 22, 2011 /PRNewswire/ – In celebration of National 901 Day on 9/01, 901 Silver Tequila is planning to give fans a free concert co-hosted by 901 President Kevin Ruder and 901 CEO and Founder Justin Timberlake. This event is part of the largest-ever national promotion in support of the annual day celebrating the 901 Tequila brand’s namesake. In addition to sponsoring a FreeSol concert at Irving Plaza in New York City on 9/01 at 9:01pm, over 500 901 Tequila accounts throughout the U.S. will be hosting celebratory events where consumers will toast National 901 Day at 9:01pm.

The National 901 Day celebration will feature a special performance by FreeSol. Their debut album No Rules will be released on Tennman Records/Interscope October 11. FreeSol is a progressive and unique hip-hop, rock, and soul infused band from Memphis, Tennessee. Production on the record includes: Timbaland, Jim Jonsin, Mike Elizondo, and The Y’s. No Rules was Executive Produced by Justin Timberlake. The video for the band’s first single, “Hoodies On, Hats Low,” prominently features 901 Silver Tequila – http://youtu.be/HLgX7f-eFAo.

The brand will also unveil new 901 Silver Tequila signature cocktails created by Denver Mixologist Sean Kenyon including:

901 Strawberry Smash

2oz 901 Silver Tequila
3/8 lime (1 med lime cut in to eighths, 3 pieces)
1 Strawberry (stemmed, cut in half)
.5oz – 1oz simple syrup to taste

In a mixing glass, muddle limes with sugar & strawberry. Add 901, ice and shake. Dump entire contents into an old fashioned glass. Garnish with a strawberry slice.

Notes: 901 Silver Tequila plays on a traditional Caipirinha. 901 brings some peppery spiciness to the cocktail.

901 Smoked Peach

1.5oz 901 Silver Tequila
.75 oz peach liqueur
1oz fresh lemon Juice
.25oz Los Amantes Mezcal

Shake all ingredients with ice. Strain into a collins glass over fresh ice. Garnish with a peach slice if available or lemon wheel.

Notes: 901 Silver Tequila plays beautifully with peach and the light smoke of mezcal.

Fans interested in attending the National 901 Day concert should arrive early on 9/01. Doors will open at 9:01pm. Entry will be first come, first served. Guests must be 21 to enter.

To achieve a superior level of quality and expression, 901 Silver Tequila is made using only 100% Blue Weber Agave. Unlike many tequilas, it is triple-distilled using the most innovative distillation methods available for extraordinary tequila. Perfected through three generations of craftsmanship and more than 60 years of experience, 901 Silver Tequila is hand-crafted in small batches to achieve the highest standards and finest expression of tequila. Deftly balanced, it delivers a fruity nose and finishes with subtle hints of agave and exceptional smoothness.

source: PRNewsWire

Revamped MySpace Will Have iTunes, Spotify and Vevo in Its Crosshairs

Forget Facebook and Twitter. When MySpace relaunches later this year under new corporate parent Specific Media and creative director Justin Timberlake, the former News Corp. social-networking site will emerge with new competitors like iTunes, Spotify and Vevo in its crosshairs.

Al Dejewski, MySpace’s newly appointed senior VP-global marketing, likens MySpace’s eight-year life cycle to that of a young male adult who found a way to express himself through music but decided to bulk up on things like classified ads and horoscopes along the way.

“This young adult male needs to be put on a diet, we need to get it on P90X, clean its system and get back to its foundation. And we’ve found that foundation is music,” Mr. Dejewski told Ad Age. “No other music destination online today can claim the breadth of partnership we have with the four major music labels in addition to the tens of millions of independent artists and the libraries of their songs.”

MySpace’s renewed positioning as a music hub will be introduced through a launch campaign later this year. Mr. Dejewski has tapped two branding agencies, which he declined to reveal, to help enlist celebrities and major brands from the automotive, packaged-goods and quick-service-restaurant categories as promotional partners for MySpace’s new brand identity. Mr. Dejewski, a nearly 10-year veteran of PepsiCo who most recently worked on strategic marketing and promotions at Turner Entertainment Marketing in New York, embodies the type of consumer marketing executive Specific Media is looking for to help lead MySpace 3.0. The company’s other recent hires include Procter & Gamble vet Vic Catalfamo and former Warner Bros. and CBS exec Jim Knopf.

“When you think about the top 10 sites on ComScore, they all have a consumer-facing platform like YouTube or Yahoo or Facebook,” Mr. Dejewski said. “Then you get to No. 6, and this weird company called Specific Media doesn’t really conjure any image in the mind’s eye for a consumer proposition. The people at Specific realize they’ve built this really successful digital network but they don’t really have anything for the consumer, so they’re looking for experts, whether it’s from P&G or Warner Bros. or me from Pepsi. That way we can help them build that interactive content platform and, more importantly, that compelling position to engage and build users for these websites.”

As a consumer proposition, MySpace has gotten less and less mass in recent months, beginning the year with 73 million unique U.S. visitors in January, according to ComScore, and entering August with roughly half that base. So the forthcoming ad campaign will be designed to appeal to new users as well as existing and dormant users, through a media mix that will include print, radio and digital outlays as well as a retail component.

“We have over 70 million active users globally on a monthly basis, and in the U.S. it’s in the 30 [million] to 40 million range right now,” Mr. Dejewski said. “It’s no small database by any means. While we may have lost some traction to people like Facebook, things like LinkedIn are a very different proposition in my mind. We have a very broad reach and footprint today and one we can capitalize upon, no question about it.”

source: adage

Time to open those MySpace accounts again!

Friends with Benefits opens at #1 in Australia

Justin & Mila

Friends with Benefits has knocked the Green Lantern off the Australian box office top spot.

The comedy starring Justin Timberlake and Mila Kunis took in $2.4 million in its first weekend at the box office.

The superhero flick Green Lantern, starring Ryan Reynolds, dropped to the fifth spot with $1.2 million.

Red Dog, set in Australia and in its third week of release, kept the newly released blockbuster Cowboys Aliens starring Hollywood heavyweights Daniel Craig and Harrison Ford in third spot.

Another new release, the action adventure Conan the Barbarian, came in at number seven with $619,470.

Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2, the finale in the Potter franchise, continued to weave its magic at the Australian box office.

It took in $756,945, with the overall takings in its six weeks of release a healthy $50.871 million.


1. Friends With Benefits – $2.485 million (Sony Pictures)

2. Red Dog – $2.234 million (Roadshow)

3. Cowboys Aliens – $2.037 million (Paramount)

4. Rise of the Planet of the Apes – $1.665 million (Fox)

5. Green Lantern – $1.236 million (Warner Bros)

6. Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2 – $756,945 (Warner Bros)

7. Conan the Barbarian – $619,470 (Roadshow)

8. Jane Eyre – $583,785 (Universal)

9. Glee Live 3D Concert Movie – $541,730 (Fox)

10. Captain America: The First Avenger – $324,728 (Paramount)

source: sky news au

You aussies defenitely know the good stuff ;)