Justin Timberlake has admitted that he is in no rush to release any new music, admitting that he is concentrating almost solely on his acting career.
Speaking to press at the premier of his new film Trouble With The Curve, in which he stars alongside Clint Eastwood and Amy Adams, Timberlake admitted that he has no plans to return to the studio any time soon. The 31-year-old entertainer, whose last album FutureSex/LoveSounds was released in 2006, told reporters that he doesn't feel as though he has the right material to make a new album with and for the time being will concentrate on his acting.
The newly engaged star has recently been painting Vegas and later the Mexican city Cabo San Lucas red as he celebrated his engagement to Jessica Biel with a Rat Pack-themed bachelor party. The two are allegedly planning to tie the knot in October this year somewhere in Italy, with Jess supposedly planning every detail of the special day.
The Trouble With The Curve follows the story of ailing baseball scout in his twilight years, played by Eastwood, as he takes one last recruiting trip with his daughter, played by Adams. The film is in cinemas in the US now and will be released in the UK at the end of November.