It's safe to say Friends With Benefits is probably one film that Jessica Biel won't be going to see this year. A week after Justin Timberlake officially announced his split from the actress he appears semi naked with co-star Mila Kunis in a newly released trailer for the movie. If the two and a half minute clip is anything to go by Justin, 30, spends most of the movie partially clothed and in bed with the attractive Black Swan star. Scroll down to watch the trailer On location: Most of the film was shot in New York meaning both Justin and Mila were away from their Los Angeles homes for several months.
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Justin Timberlake has insisted that he will not appear nude on screen again. The singer and actor wore only a modesty sock while filming sex scenes for his upcoming comedy Friends With Benefits with Mila Kunis , an experience which he is not keen to repeat. I figured this is the time, before gravity gets the best of me. Kunis also told the publication that she was surprised to discover the physical demand that filming such scenes put on both herself and the Social Network actor.
Its lyrics proclaim Timberlake's tunnel vision for his love interest, with several voyeuristic references. After the album's release, the song charted in South Korea and the United States because of high digital sales. It debuted on the singles chart in South Korea at number 27, selling 6, digital copies in its first week. In the seven-minute video, Timberlake and Timbaland watch nude women and dance. Originally banned on YouTube , it was later posted with the condition that viewers disclose their age.
It was no shock that Justin Timberlake had such an incredible degree of success in films and as an 'SNL' host after he embarked on his solo music career. While his film work is often comedic and of the romcom sort, JT has showed his serious and actorly side in many of his music videos. The videos are usually cinematic, often involve gorgeous women and incorporate loads of fancy footwork. Additionally, the singer's videos often feel like mini-films, especially 'Cry Me a River,' 'What Goes Around …Comes Around' and 'Mirrors,' since they involve detailed and captivating narratives.