Think about it this way: If Justin Timberlake hadn't partially exposed one of Janet Jackson's nipples during that fateful Super Bowl halftime show, you wouldn't be able to watch all the nipples you'd like on your computer today.
Not to be outdone by his less famous mirror image Robin Thicke, Justin Timberlake has released a new music video, 'Tunnel Vision', that skirts the NSFW YouTube line with boobies just like Robin Thicke's Blurred Lines video. Which is to say: THIS VIDEO IS SO NSFW PEOPLE. It's nearly as NSFW as Blurred Lines which…
This music parody video from wekejay of Justin Timberlake's "Suit and Tie" has a ton of good in it: a spot-on Tony Stark, an excellent merging of the set from the original Timberlake video and the Stark Expo from Iron Man 2, Rhodey's guest rap...
Watch as Mad Men's Vincent Kartheiser gives us all a lesson in future Darwinism. Only the rich survive. He then creepily eyes his daughter for looking just like his wife. This forever young society raises some serious incest issues.
Take an exclusive look inside Andrew Niccol's (The Truman Show, Gattaca) futuristic class warfare flick In Time — where time really is money. Meet Will (Justin Timberlake), a working stiff who wakes up every morning with 24 hours on his life clock. Plus Sylvia (Amanda Seyfried) a rich girl with plenty of time on her…
Harlan Ellison famously sued James Cameron over The Terminator and won — and now he's going after Andrew "Gattaca" Niccol's new film In Time. Ellison claims In Time is too similar to his story "'Repent, Harlequin!' Said the Ticktockman." And he's not just seeking a payout — he's trying to stop the October 28 release…
Want to see why we're excited about Andrew "Gattaca" Niccol's In Time? Check out this international trailer, which shows just how harsh a critique this futuristic thriller is of the gap between rich and poor.
Andrew Niccol's latest dystopian mind-bender, In Time, has a brand new trailer. And now we get a good look at the mother-son relationship between Olivia Wilde and Justin Timberlake.
Take a look at Andrew Niccol's new futuristic thriller In Time, in which four minutes of your life can buy you a cup of coffee! The dystopian class-warfare film stars Justin Timberlake, who strikes it rich by getting a century added on to his life.
Director Andrew Niccol rocked our worlds with The Truman Show and Gattaca, and now he's back with the dystopian thriller In Time, due out in late October. We just saw footage from the film, which is a thinking person's mega-thriller.
Let's cut to the obvious irony of this news: in The Social Network, Justin Timberlake played a web-savvy entrepreneur who kickstarted a unfathomably successful... social network. But in real life, Justin Timberlake just bought part of MySpace! Ha ha ha.
In Andrew Niccol's new dystopian movie Now, you can stay young forever — but only if you can afford the extra years. In our exclusive interview with I Am Number Four star Alex Pettyfer, he told us a little bit more about playing the villain in this futuristic epic.
Check out our first photos from Andrew Niccol's Now, previously titled Im.mortal. In this future, the wealthy stop aging at 25. Here's Justin Timberlake taking Amanda Seyfried hostage after he's accused of murdering a man for a little more youth.
The upcoming I'm.mortal, in which everyone stops aging at 25 but has to pay for each additional year of their life, is making for some wonderfully weird casting...and the latest casting news completely redefines the concept of the hot mom.
Cillian "The Mark" Murphy is in final talks to play a "Timekeeper" in Gattaca director Andrew Niccol's upcoming Im.Mortal. Im.Mortal takes place in a future where the human aging gene has malfunctioned, and only the wealthy can buy off immortality.
Justin Timberlake's "Play" cologne (rhymes with "alone," remember) for Givenchy tries to emulate handheld gadgets with Play/Rewind/Forward touch buttons, but it's all a trick. You can never rewind to that less-smelly, less-desperate time before you bought this stuff.
Hey, Justin Timberlake here. Just checking to see if you senoritas are n*sync with my plans to bring sexy back to reality television. Next season, MTV's going to rock your body with a new reality game show called "The Phone," to be executive-produced by yours truly. Here's the premise:
Southland Tales was eagerly anticpated by fans who loved director Richard Kelly's cult hit Donnie Darko, but. But the weird movie that blended musical comedy with post-apocalyptic LA is getting raked across the coals by reviewers. Kelly was able to sign up talent like Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson, Sarah Michelle Gellar,…