Lol. Here is the video of George Lopez grabbing JT’s er.. Sexyback
Today has been a fantastic day. There have been tons of photos!! Amy Judd once again donated an amazing set of more than 100 pictures of Justin. Thanks Amy
The one below is my favorite from them all. He has a gorgeous stare!
Kodak moment from the bunch ? Definitely George Lopez grabbing JT’s behind and then Justin’s reaction to it. If you check the pictures in order you can literally see how the story unfolds. Hilarious!
NEW YORK — Justin Timberlake has been lauded for his work in music, TV and film. Now he’s about to get an accolade for trying to better the environment.
The Environmental Media Association says Timberlake will receive its Futures Award, which represents future environmental leaders in entertainment.
The group cited Timberlake’s attempts to reduce his carbon footprint during his tours, his advocacy for environmental issues and his eco-friendly golf course outside of Memphis, Tenn.
EMA President Debbie Levin called Timberlake “a great example of how you can lend your voice for positive change.”
Others who have received the award include Edward Norton, Rosario Dawson and Maroon 5.
The Environmental Media Awards will be held Oct. 15 in Burbank, Calif.
source: washington post
The possibility of Tiger Woods playing in this week’s Justin Timberlake Shriners Hospitals for Children Open at TPC Summerlin was briefly floated last month.
It seemed like a logical idea because Woods, who is recovering from a leg injury, needed competition to prepare for the mid-November Presidents Cup and already was out of contention for the FedEx Cup because of the injury-plagued season.
While big-name golfers rarely play in Las Vegas, the possibility of Woods teeing it up here would have been the boost of attention the Fall Series tournament needed. Nothing, however, transpired and the tournament will begin Thursday without Woods.
Here is what Las Vegas is missing: Ticket sales tripled for the Oct. 6 to 9 Frys.Com Open in Northern California after Woods announced last month he would play in the event. Organizers expect a capacity of 15,000 fans each day, easily three times the amount of spectators in Las Vegas. Also, hotel room occupancies have spiked and nearby towns will receive an economic bump.
Woods won his first PGA event in 1996 in Las Vegas and organizers would have been willing to roll out the red carpet for a return. That includes Timberlake, the famous entertainer and the tournament’s host.
“We’d love to have him out here, and I’m sure the crowd would love to see him,” Timberlake said Tuesday. “I’m sure the town would love to see him play out here again.”
The field is typically comprised of up-and-coming golfers scrambling in the last weeks of the season to crack the top 125 on the money list, which means they retain their player privileges the following season. For the top players, the season essentially ended last week in Atlanta during the last stage of the FedEx Cup.
The local tournament is known for its low scores, which could have been the perfect remedy for Woods’ recent struggles.
“I’d love to see him play this course,” Timberlake said. “I’m sure he’d tear it up. And I’m sure I speak for all the fans as well when I say that. So we’d love to have him out here.”
When Timberlake first started working with the event four years ago, he tried using his celebrity to contact several top golfers for commitments to play with aspirations of enhancing the event. “I reached to a lot of golfers,” he said. “You know, you want the field to be as big and bad as possible.”
But with Woods, Timberlake said he didn’t want to bother the world’s most sought-after golfer during his rehabilitation.
“I was just trying to be respectful of that,” Timberlake said. “For someone that’s dealing with an injury I don’t want to make them feel terrible because they can’t make it.”
Awell-crafted courtroom melodrama can be great fun for audiences, and a money-maker for backers.
“A Few Good Men” launched the career of Aaron Sorkin back in 1992. The Roundabout Theatre Company made a tidy packet on Scott Ellis’ cracker-jack production of “Twelve Angry Men” in 2004. And fans of old-fashioned, juicy, scene-stealing acting flocked to see Christopher Plummer and Brian Dennehy go at each other in that granddaddy of courtroom melodramas, “Inherit the Wind.”
The play, which was adapted from the novel by Rupert Holmes, opened earlier this year at the Arena Stage in Washington DC.
The Washington Post’s Peter Marks gave it a mixed review, calling it “mashed-potatoes theater, easy to digest and decently filling, but nothing you have not swallowed 1,000 times before.” Marks said Broadway may be a stretch — unless some stars are attached.
Well, this Friday there will be a reading of the play in New York, with Beau Bridges as Lucien Wilbanks, a disbarred civil-rights lawyer who gets involved in a racially incendiary murder case. Bridges’ daughter Emily will also take part in the reading, as will Shuler Hensley, who was about the only redeeming thing in “Young Frankenstein.”
“The Fabulous Baker Boys” came out in 1989, after all. Today Bridges is more of a dependable character actor. But should the producers decide to go forward with a Broadway production after Friday’s reading, I hear they’ll approach Justin Timberlake for the key role as Wilbanks’ young legal protegé.
Timberlake, a memorably ambitious Sean Parker in “The Social Network,” has been looking for a Broadway play for a couple of years. “A Time To Kill” might fit the bill. It ain’t “Hamlet,” but it’s got plenty of dramatic scenes in which the actor can throw off some fireworks — and earn some decent notices.
And now, ladies and gentlemen of the jury, I present what could be the next Broadway courtroom thriller — John Grisham’s “A Time To Kill.”
Here are the pictures from today at the JT Shriners. Thanks once again to Amy Judd for sharing the pics with us
Justin also talked to the media and signed some autographs. Couple more pics below
THE MODERATOR: All right. I’d like to welcome our tournament host. He’s been host here for four years now, Justin Timberlake. Justin, I think the question everybody wants to know is how is your golf game coming into this week?
JUSTIN TIMBERLAKE: It’s nonexistent. I’m going to say a couple prayers tonight, and we’ll see what happens. I mostly I don’t play golf. I just play at it, so I don’t know who knows what’s going to happen? It’ll be entertaining.
THE MODERATOR: Also, on Sunday you had a chance to meet the two Shriners Hospital patient ambassadors. If you want to kind of talk a little bit about that, and obviously Shriners Hospital does a lot of great things.
JUSTIN TIMBERLAKE: Sure. Well, every year every year we come back you get to see a little bit of the benefits of the Shriners’ hard work. And you know, that’s the reason I’m here first and foremost. I mean it’s fun to host a PGA tournament, but to know that you’re sort of doing so much good. And meeting the two ambassadors this year and seeing actually I met them I met one of them last year, and seeing some of the work that the Shriners have done over the year, it’s just really mind blowing, and such a worthy cause, and it makes you proud to be a part of what we’re doing out here at Timberlake.
THE MODERATOR: Thank you. We’ve got time for a few questions.
Q. Justin, your obligation to this tournament ends in 2012. Have you considered extending that relationship with the Shrines, or are you now quite sure that your schedule in the future will permit you to maintain?
JUSTIN TIMBERLAKE: Yeah. We haven’t really talked about it. We haven’t really talked about it.