Check out an interview Justin did while in Germany for the promotion of In Time. Here he confirms once again he is doing the Coens brothers movie:
Damn…What a slow week. But finally, here is Justin & Amanda’s episode on El Hormiguero. They filmed it at the beginning of November when they were in Spain promoting In Time. Check out all the videos below. It’s pretty entertaining and interesting:
In Time opens in Spain on December 2nd:
Update: The pictures can be found at the bottom, after all the videos.
Yes Bieber, get out of the way! Here is the new NRJ interview of Justin Timberlake with Cauet:
Have you seen the photo of Jimmy Fallon copping a feel of Justin Timberlake’s nether regions?
The late-night talk-show host is on the cover of GQ magazine hugging J.T. from behind with his right hand spread over the singer-actor’s SexyBack bits. (Timberlake’s hands are behind him so it’s anybody’s guess what he may or may not have been reaching for.)
Despite the man-on-man photo shoot…
Fallon insists they didn’t touch uglies. “There’s no actual contact—no physical contact,” Fallon told me at last night’s GQ Men of the Year party.
“It’s like one of those round machines at Sharper Image where lightening shoots out and up to your hands. There was no actual contact, but there was electricity.”
They didn’t plan on posing so close. “Anytime you get to shoot with Justin Timberlake, it’s going to be fun,” Fallon gushed. “He’s full of energy. It’s actually the best photo shoot I’ve ever done.”
Fallon also insists he never expected to be one of the magazine’s Men of the Year.
“It’s the craziest thing,” he said. “Twenty people call and you’re on a conference call and I’m like, ‘Is my career over? Is there a scandal? Am I having a baby?’ But they go, ‘GQ wants you as a man of the year. As a comedian you don’t think about these things. You don’t have that kind of goal.”
He probably also never thought he’d come close to going to third base with Justin Timberlake.
The interview from this already aired but there’s nothing like getting the chance to hear Justin speak a little bit of french, so I thought I’d post it:
Update: There’s going to be a new interview airing this Saturday Nov 19. It will be available later on here. Then on the 23 there’s going to be a special including both interviews. Thanks Yohan for the info
Ready for another trip to the classroom of hip-hop?
Jimmy Fallon told Access Hollywood that he and rapping pal Justin Timberlake are working on yet another “History of Rap” segment for “Late Night with Jimmy Fallon.”
We’re working on another ‘History of Rap,’” Jimmy told Access at GQ’s 2011 Men of the Year Party in Los Angeles on Thursday night.
“We’re going to try and top [the others with] the next thing,” he continued.
But what about possible a rap album with Jimmy and the star?
“Justin doesn’t return my phone calls about that,” Jimmy said with a laugh. “He’ll call about anything else.”
All jokes aside, Jimmy told Access he was honored to appear on the cover of GQ with his friend and collaborator.
“Justin’s one of the most talented people in the world,” Jimmy said. “He always makes me smile. He just comes on show and takes over. I love that guy so much… It was an honor to be on the cover with that guy.”
source: Access Hollywood
In 10 Words or Less
A movie full of good stuff
The film arrives on a single Blu-Ray disc, in a standard BD keepcase with a two-sided cover, with an animated menu offering the option to watch the film, select scenes, adjust the subtitles and check out the extras. The disc offers audio in English and French DTS-HD Master Audio 5.1, Spanish Dolby Digital 5.1 and an English Dolby Digital 5.1 audio description track, while subtitles are available in English, English SDH, French, Spanish, Chinese (Traditional and Simplified) and Korean.
The 2.40:1 1080p transfer is impressive across the board, with appropriate color, a consistently sharp, detailed image and nice fleshtones and black levels. There’s a wide variety of settings in this film, from clear city nights and cloudy days on the Pacific Ocean to ultra-modern apartments and the hills of Los Angeles, and they all look terrific, especially during the New York City scenes. Gluck’s put together some beautiful visuals, and the Blu-Ray brings them home without any noticeable problems like digital artifacts or noise (partially a result of the film having been shot digitally.)
The DTS-HD Master Audio 5.1 track is pretty sweet for a romantic comedy, complementing the clear, center-focused dialogue with some strong music enhancement in the surrounds, and a good deal of atmospheric sound, filling the side and rear speakers with ambient noise from the scenes. Thanks to a light soundtrack (with the exception of a well-used ’90s hip-hop track) it’s not the heaviest presentation, but there’s nothing to really complain about either.
Flipping over the box, I was surprised to see how many extras where included here, considering how most movies that aren’t mega-franchises or genre flicks get slim pickings when it comes to bonus features. The biggest extra is certainly the audio commentary, featuring Gluck, Timberlake and Kunis. It’s a fun track, as they get along great, are fast to poke fun at each other and have lots to talk about, with Gluck focusing on technical elements and the actors sharing tales from the set. If only all commentaries were so balanced and entertaining.
Up next is almost nine minutes of deleted scenes, which really should be watched, as some fun moments were left behind, including a look at a Ferris Bueller musical, more with the costumes at Grauman’s Theater, and additional moments with White and Harrelson (who had more stereotypically flamboyant bits that were cut.) You get more cut material in the six-minute outtakes reel, which ironically (if you watch past the credits of the film) make it seem like a very fun set. And for those of you who don’t know, JT does an impeccable Alec Guinness imitation.
The rest of the extras are exclusive to the Blu-Ray release, but DVD buyers shouldn’t feel too bad. “On the Set with FWB” is a five-minute featurette about shooting on-location in New York and Los Angeles, with interviews with Gluck, Timberlake and Kunis, and it talks about the iconic elements used in the film. It’s pretty polished, feeling like an EPK production, much like “In a Flash: Choreographing a Mob” the other nearly-six-minute featurette, featuring the main three and choreographer Ashley Wallen, as they talk about the big dance numbers. It’s good behind-the-scenes info, but your interest will depend on your interest in flash mobs, which for most people has to be waning.
The last BD-only extra on the disc, besides some trailers, is “Bonus Benefits,” a pop-up trivia track that recycles some of the info from the commentary, mixed with plenty of tangential information about things and ideas seen in the movie. If you’re giving the film another viewing, it’s a way to get a bit more out of the movie, so it’s certainly added value, and no one should complain about that.
This disc also offers access to an UltraViolet copy of the film, for streaming or downloading, but be careful, as your code to get that online copy is on the back of a sticker on the plastic wrapping around the case when you buy the disc. If you’re not paying attention to the very small print, you could easily throw this access code away.
The movie releases on DVD & Bluray December 2
Here are the pictures of Justin Timberlake at the 16th Annual GQ “Men of the Year” Party at Chateau Marmont LA last night.
He was seen in the company of Jimmy Fallon and Jay-Z who where also crowned Men of the Year, his girlfriend Jessica Biel and several other celebrities.