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Toronto: Justin Timberlake Concert Film Bought by Netflix
Streaming service Netflix has bought worldwide rights to the concert film “Justin Timberlake + The Tennessee Kids” and set an Oct. 12 release date. Netflix made the deal ahead of the film’s world premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival on Tuesday. “Justin Timberlake + The Tennessee Kids” is directed Jonathan Demme, whose credits include... Read more »
581 points by Variety | MGM Grand Garden Arena Neil Young: Heart of Gold American film actors Neil Young Memphis Tennessee 52nd Grammy Awards Emmy Award winners Justin Timberlake
Justin Timberlake talks fashion, displays William Rast fall collection in new promo video
Wade SheridanMEMPHIS, Sept. 9 (UPI) -- Justin Timberlake revealed the new fall fashion line for his brand William Rast Thursday in a new promo video alongside partner Trace Ayala.
1 points by UPI | United Press International International News Service News World Communications William Randolph Hearst Justin Timberlake Jeans Harvard University alumni Memphis Tennessee
Jessica Biel to Star in USA Network Crime Thriller ‘The Sinner’
Jessica Biel will star in “The Sinner,” a crime thriller that has been picked up to pilot by USA Network, Variety has learned. Biel is also attached as an executive producer on the potential series, which hails from Universal Cable Productions. “The Sinner” is an hourlong drama that follows a young mother who is overcome by an... Read more »
171 points by Variety | Jessica Biel American film actors Justin Timberlake Hillary Rodham Clinton American television actors Iraq War Genre Grammy Award winners
'Britney Ever After'’s 6 biggest missteps
The biopic leaves facts behind in pursuit of a dramatic story that may have never happened.         
36888 points by Arizona Republic | Britney Spears Justin Timberlake Janet Jackson American dancers 'N Sync Christina Aguilera Kevin Federline MTV
Lady Gaga, Jimmy Kimmel condemn Texas 'bathroom bill'
AUSTIN, Texas (AP) — Musicians Lady Gaga and Alicia Keys along with Oscar winner Jennifer Lawrence are among more than 140 artists and celebrities condemning a Texas "bathroom bill" targeting transgender people.
-2 points by Arizona Daily Star | Super Bowl National Football League Justin Timberlake 2008 MTV Video Music Awards Britney Spears Madonna Womanizer Buffalo Bills
Lin-Manuel Miranda, John Legend, Justin Timberlake to Perform at Oscars
The Academy has unveiled the list of performers for this year’s Oscar ceremony, with Lin-Manuel Miranda, John Legend, Sting, Justin Timberlake, and Auli’i Cravalho all comin
-2 points by Boston Herald | Academy Award Academy Award for Best Picture 81st Academy Awards Scarlett Johansson Academy Award for Best Original Song Bob Hope Justin Timberlake Bette Davis
Which Patriots player partied too hard with Snoop Dogg?
The Patriots are used to Rob Gronkowski’s hard-partying antics, but wide receiver Chris Hogan’s came as a surprise. Appearing on “Jimmy Kimmel Live” on Monday, the day after New England overcame a 25-point deficit to win Super Bowl LI, receiver Danny Amendola teased Hogan took the celebration — with Snoop Dogg in attendance — to a...
5 points by New York Post | Super Bowl XXXVI American football American Football League Super Bowl Snoop Dogg National Football League Tom Brady Justin Timberlake
Noshing pals
Justin Timberlake and Matt Damon strike a friendly pose at the 89th Academy Awards Nominees Luncheon at the Beverly Hilton Hotel yesterday. The Beverly Hills shindig is an annual fete where the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences honors the year’s Oscar contenders. More than 150 nominees put on the feedbag at yesterday’s star-studded event. Timberlake is nominated for best original song for ‘Can’t Stop the Feeling,’ and Damon’s ‘Manchester by the Sea’ is up for best picture.
-2 points by Boston Herald | Academy Award Beverly Hills California Justin Timberlake American film actors Hilton hotels Timbaland Wilshire Boulevard Beverly Hilton Hotel
Flood of Cash Swamps India's Tax Hounds
After India rushed people to redeem the cash made void by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, authorities are scrutinizing the paper trail for signs of tax evasion—and chasing suspects.
337 points by The Wall Street Journal | Money Currency Justin Timberlake
Bieber made $1.75M more than Gronk for Super Bowl commercial
Gronk also landed a second ad spot for Tide — so he wasn’t totally taken to the cleaners.
82 points by New York Post | Super Bowl Super Bowl advertising English-language films National Football League Justin Timberlake American football Bud Bowl Justin Bieber
Janice Min to step down from Hollywood Reporter after remaking the trade publication
Janice Min, the editor who transformed the Hollywood Reporter from a struggling trade publication into a glossy Tinseltown magazine, is moving on after nearly seven years.  Min, 47, who runs both the Hollywood Reporter and its music-focused sister trade Billboard, will leave at the end of this...
33 points by Los Angeles Times | Magazine Newspaper Los Angeles Advertising Editing Dick Clark Justin Timberlake Professional and trade magazines
Walken and Timberlake a hit with TV viewers in Super Bowl ad sweepstakes
A quirky commercial featuring Christopher Walken and Justin Timberlake scored big with viewers, becoming the underdog winner in the Super Bowl advertising sweepstakes Sunday. Bai Brands’ 30-second spot for its beverage line featured Walken dramatically delivering the lyrics from “Bye Bye Bye,"...
1037 points by Los Angeles Times | Super Bowl Advertising Justin Timberlake 'N Sync American film actors Advertising agency Super Bowl XXXVIII No Strings Attached
Super Bowl Ad Buzz: ‘Stranger Things’ Season 2 Trailer Tops the Field
Netflix’s ’80s-inflected teaser for “Stranger Things” season 2 in Sunday’s Super Bowl captured the most social-media buzz out of 65 brands that advertised on Fox for the game. Out of all Super Bowl LI advertisers, Netflix generated the most social actions with 554,000, followed by Budweiser (433,000) and Mr. Clean (413,000), according to ad-analytics company... Read more »
659 points by Variety | Advertising Super Bowl Super Bowl XLI American football Google Super Bowl XLIII Justin Timberlake Super Bowl XXXIX
Chrissy Teigen brushes off wardrobe malfunction at the Super Bowl
Chrissy Teigen suffered a slight wardrobe fumble at the Super Bowl.
140 points by Daily News | Justin Timberlake Super Bowl XXXVIII Janet Jackson Super Bowl Super Bowl XXXVIII halftime show controversy Wardrobe malfunction Super Bowl XL American football
Pats comeback earns fan date with tennis star Genie Bouchard
Forget the Lombardi Trophy. The New England Patriots' shocking comeback win over the Atlanta Falcons in Super Bowl 51 earned one fan a date with Canadian tennis star Genie Bouchard.
-2 points by Arizona Daily Star | Miami Super Bowl Florida Keys New Orleans Tequesta Sun Life Stadium Justin Timberlake Washington Redskins
Netflix’s ‘Stranger Things’ Super Bowl ad tops the Twitter charts
Twitter’s most talked Super Bowl ad came not from Madison Avenue but Netflix, which unveiled a spooky trailer for season two of its award-winning series “Stranger Things.” Playing on the heritage of Big Game advertising, the teaser begins with a short clip of a 70s Kellogg’s Eggo waffle commercial with the tag line, “L’Eggo My...
215 points by New York Post | Super Bowl Justin Timberlake Snoop Dogg Super Bowl advertising American football National Football League Waffles Kellogg Company
Chrissy Teigen’s wears see-through shirt to Super Bowl
"Boom goes the dynamite," she wrote to the Twitter user who spotted the nip-slip.
437 points by New York Post | Justin Timberlake Super Bowl Super Bowl XL Super Bowl XXXVIII halftime show controversy San Francisco 49ers American football Halftime show Super Bowl XLIII
Super Bowl 2017 ads live blog: Between Patriots-Falcons plays, we weigh in on the commercials
We're live-blogging on the other game being played tonight, the ad bowl. Weigh in with what you think is funny or smart, a unique message or just plain stupid during Super Bowl 51 between the New England Patriots and the Atlanta Falcons. 10:32 p.m.: We're signing off the blog. Will have a wrapup on the main theme of the ads in a few minutes. Hint: They weren't the funniest bunch. Thanks all! 10:16 p.m.: The guy from Sprint is now with Verizon. Wonder which phone company he'll be shilling for next year. 10:02 p.m.: LeBron James is back drinking Sprite, but not telling YOU to drink Sprite. I liked him better in "Trainwreck." 9:45 p.m.: Mercedes touts its roadster by bringing back Peter Fonda and a nod to 'Easy Rider.' The iconic Baby-Boomer fight-the-system movie was made in 1969 - does it hold any weight with Millennials? 9:35 p.m.: You can't dislike an ad with Spuds MacKenzie. It was time Anheuser-Busch brought back the lovable pooch to tout beer. I met Spuds once, coming across a commercial shoot in Southern California during the height-of-fame time in 1989. And 1989 was the house number in the ad. I'll treasure the moment.   9:29 p.m.: Morgan Freeman promotes Turkish Airlines, of all things. That voice could sell anything. 9:18 p.m.: Third quarter ends with Atlanta up 28-9. We have seen three quarters of sub-par ads in general. 9:02 p.m.: New England owner Robert Kraft looks like he is going to throw up. 8:56 p.m.: Melissa McCarthy become a Walter Mitty-like character as Kia touts the Niro, the "most fuel-efficient crossover." Funniest moment: When she hits her head falling through the ice crevasse.  8:48 p.m.: Snoop Dogg and Martha Stewart drop in marijuana references in an ad for T-Mobile. That's a first. 8:46 p.m.: One of the most talked-about ads going into this year's game is Anheuser-Busch's touting its immigrant founder. Timed for President Trump's immigration order? The company says no.  8:42 p.m.: Snickers airs a live ad, drops in the score of the game. 8:39 p.m.: Audi uses Girl Power to sell cars. It flashes the message: "Audi of America is committed to equal pay for equal work." 8:30 p.m. Geoffrey Rush portrays Albert Einstein playing Lada Gaga tunes on the violin for the upcoming National Geographic show 'Genius' right after LG finishes performing on the halftime show.  8:14 p.m. 84 Lumber opts for a serious approach during the game, with this tale of a mother and daughter's journey. Note: Fox originally rejected the ad, which showed a border wall.  8:09 p.m.: A Fox local-news promo introduces Amanda Berry as a new member of the team. 8:04 p.m.: Halftime! Atlanta leads 21-3. 8:03 p.m.: AC/DC still getting air time for 'Thunderstruck.' 7:56 p.m.: New England tight end Rob Gronkowski has more commercial time than action on the field. 7:53 p.m.: No one does studious crazy like John Malkovich. 7:52 p.m.: I think they come out with a new 'Fast and Furious' movie just so they can advertise on the Super Bowl. F8 due soon. 7:46 p.m.: Took a brief break to check out Twitter blowing up over people wanting to boycott Coca-Cola over its multi-language 'America the Beautiful' ad. 7:34 p.m.: Speaking of advertising, it's not the 'halftime show' apparently. Coming up is the 'Alfa Romeo Halftime.' I know of no one who owns an Alfa Romeo. 7:33 p.m.: Febreeze offers an ode to bathrooms for a halftime break: "When that clock hits zero, every red-blooded bladder-bulging American double-times it straight to you."   7:30 p.m.: Hulu promotes its upcoming series "The Handmaid's Tale." Margaret Atwood's book becomes a series this April. Seeing the pregnant woman's eye stitched is going to stick with me for a while.   7:29 p.m. Coca-Cola promotes Coke and ... food? I thought wine and food was the pairing to go for. 7:20 p.m.: Game break: Troy Aikman notes in the second quarter this is the first time the Patriots have trailed since week 12. 7:18 p.m.:  Bai brings out Justin Timberlake and the always great Christopher Walken. Every ad CW is in reminds me of his scene-stealing moment in 'Pulp Fiction.' 7:17 p.m.: The stars jump off the page, literally, in this creative talking-yearbook ad for Honda's CR-V. Robert Redford, Tina Fey, Missy Elliott, Amy Adams, Viola Davis and others from multiple generations. (Right now, folks are googling 'Darryl Chalk' ...)  7:14 p.m.: Justin Bieber shills for T-Mobile. My favorite part of this ad is the fact he camera cuts away before he throws a football. I could have done with a Biebs-free Super Bowl. 7:12 p.m. Cute ad with Cam Newton and Miranda Kerr taking places for a player and coach in Pee Wee football. But Snickers did it first.  7:08 p.m.: Yellow Tail uses gratuitous bikini shot to sell crappy wine. 7:06 p.m.: You knew some company would have Tom Brady poke fun at himself in an ad. Intel is it. 7:04 p.m. Game break. The first quarter ends 0-0. This year, the Falcons led the NFL in first-quarter scoring with 139 points. The Patriots were second with 130. 7:01 p.m.: Even the Oil Petroleum Institute is using the Super Bowl to get its message across. Oil = color = good. Funny, I always thought oil was black. 6:54 p.m.: Cute ad from Skittles about a teen unsuccessfully wooing Katie. Even a ... beaver? groundhog? gets to snack on Skittles. 6:53 p.m.: Arnold Schwarzenegger gets to say 'Hasta La Vista, baby' while plugging Mobile Strike. 6:46 p.m.: Good zingers between the 'secret society' members for Avocados from Mexico. Love Jon Lovitz on the subliminal message. 6:34 p.m.: Ford compiles a bunch of people getting unstuck, showing little moments in life like forgetting your keys or having trouble climbing a fence. The auto company relates the moments to its technology. 6:33 p.m.: Former President Bush flips the coin and it's ... tails. Falcons win toss and elect to defer. That makes 27 times out of 51 for tails. For those keeping track. 6:30 p.m.: Welcome to our live blog on Super Bowl 51. Sponsors paid big bucks for you to hear their message between plays of the NFL's greatest game. When we broke down last year's game, we found a mix of humor and serious messages, but network promos for TV shows and movies were a huge emphasis.
7 points by The Plain Dealer | Super Bowl Justin Timberlake The Handmaid's Tale American football Halftime show Super Bowl XXXVIII halftime show controversy Spuds MacKenzie
Super Bowl ads incorporate humor, politics, and everything in between
Advertisers tiptoed down the sideline during the Super Bowl on Sunday, with TV spots that struck a delicate balance between lighthearted humor and popular politics. Audi’s support of gender pay equity, 84 Lumber’s Mexican immigrants story and Kia’s environmental message were among commercials that brought hot-button issues to America’s biggest TV night. Airbnb’s “We Accept”...
33 points by New York Post | Super Bowl San Francisco 49ers Green Bay Packers Super Bowl I Kansas City Chiefs Super Bowl III Justin Timberlake Super Bowl XXXIX
Ads in Super Bowl spread message of inclusivity
Messages about America, inclusiveness — and, yes, even “four years of awful hair” — kept bubbling up in Super Bowl 51 ads from Airbnb, the NFL and a line of personal care products. But there was still plenty of escapism and light humor for those who weren’t into the politics.
1 points by Las Vegas Review-Journal | Super Bowl National Football League Justin Timberlake New England Patriots Snoop Dogg Terry Bradshaw Super Bowl advertising Bud Bowl
Gaga warms up for the Super Bowl in her underwear
Lady Gaga's gearing up for the big game.
14 points by New York Post | American football Janet Jackson Justin Timberlake Super Bowl Super Bowl XXXVIII halftime show controversy 2009 MTV Video Music Awards Grammy Award for Best Dance Recording Undergarment
Jesper Fast scores game-winner as Rangers hold off Flames, 4-3
The Rangers held on in their Super Bowl Sunday matinee at the Garden, 4-3.
24 points by Daily News | National Hockey League first round draft picks Ice hockey Super Bowl American football 2007 NHL Entry Draft English-language films Justin Timberlake Super Bowl XLIII
Taylor Swift’s pre-Super Bowl show might be her only in 2017
"As far as I know I'm only doing one show in 2017, and as far as I know, this is that show," she quipped.
352 points by New York Post | Justin Timberlake Performance Singing Rock music
Taylor Swift's pre-Super Bowl show might be her only in 2017
NEW YORK (AP) - Taylor Swift's pre-Super Bowl concert broke some news: She announced it may be her only concert of this year; she performed for the smallest number of fans in some time - 9,000 people is intimate for this pop star - and she sang her newest single ...
1 points by The Washington Times | Justin Timberlake 52nd Grammy Awards Grammy Award for Album of the Year Performance Singing Grammy Award for Record of the Year 51st Grammy Awards
History tells us to be worried about Lady Gaga’s halftime act
Ever stub your toe and holler “Ow!” — before you actually know if it hurts? That is what many have been conditioned to anticipate from the Super Bowl. Someone will make sure they go too far to exploit their biggest audience to make news and noise. It almost has become an obligation. It could be...
6935 points by New York Post | National Football League Super Bowl American football Pittsburgh Steelers Justin Timberlake Green Bay Packers Super Bowl XLIII Super Bowl I
Max Holloway says Jose Aldo ‘is playing games’ — VIDEO
UFC interim featherweight champion Max Holloway says that he’s only focused on unifying the belt in a match with the division’s title holder, Jose Aldo. While he waits for Aldo to make a decision to fight him, Holloway will try out his acting chops in the movie ‘Den of Thieves’.
2 points by Las Vegas Review-Journal | Decision theory Super Bowl Singing Justin Timberlake Unsolved problems in neuroscience Decision making Decision making software According to Jim
Celebrities to dominate this year’s Super Bowl ads
Super Bowl advertisers spent big on well-known tunes last year, but turned a deaf ear this year as celebrities appear to be getting the cash instead. Advertisers have splurged on celebrities with ad spots featuring the likes of Justin Bieber, Justin Timberlake, Melissa McCarthy, Peter Fonda, Snoop and Martha Stewart to name a few while...
12 points by New York Post | Super Bowl Justin Timberlake Super Bowl XXXVIII New England Patriots Super Bowl XXXIX Super Bowl XL National Football League New York Jets
Super Bowl advertisers tread carefully in divisive climate
Super Bowl advertisers are treading carefully this year to avoid alienating customers as a divisive political climate takes some of the buzz away from what is usually the biggest spectacle on TV.
42 points by The Denver Post | Advertising Super Bowl Justin Timberlake Adolphus Busch Bowl game
Justin Timberlake, Kevin Hart dominate Kids' Choice Awards nominations
Wade SheridanFeb. 3 (UPI) -- Justin Timberlake and Kevin Hart lead the pack with seven and six nominations each for Nickelodeon's upcoming 2017 Kids' Choice Awards.
2 points by UPI | American film actors Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards Justin Timberlake Scarlett Johansson Animator American child actors World Wrestling Entertainment South Park
Mandy Moore: Justin Timberlake 'scarred' me with 'big feet' remark
Annie MartinLOS ANGELES, Nov. 17 (UPI) -- Mandy Moore shared Justin Timberlake's comments about her feet while recalling her time on tour with 'N Sync on "Late Late with James Corden."
2 points by UPI | United Press International William Randolph Hearst News World Communications MTV International News Service Justin Timberlake 'N Sync Southland Tales
Houston's had some odd luck when it comes to Super Bowl halftime shows
We don't know who will be taking the stage on Feb. 5, 2017, at NRG Stadium. We just hope that J.J. Watt and his friends will be playing in the game that day. 
100 points by The Houston Chronicle | Super Bowl Minnesota Vikings Miami Dolphins Super Bowl VIII National Football League Justin Timberlake American Football League Super Bowl XXXVIII halftime show controversy
On ‘The Tonight Show,’ Clinton weighs in on a Trump-Putin ‘bro-mance’
The Democratic nominee also talked about the challenges of being a female who could be commander in chief.
25 points by The Washington Post | Vladimir Putin George W. Bush Barack Obama Justin Timberlake Terrorism Hillary Rodham Clinton President of the United States Boris Yeltsin
Joey Fatone about to open Fat One's hot dog joint - at the mall where he used to hang out
Joey Fatone wants repeat customers — but not “repeating” customers — at his new venture, Fat One’s Hot Dogs and Italian Ice, which opens Saturday at the Orlando mall where he hung out when he was high-school age.  See, the ’NSync alum has been very hands-on in the development of the hot dog stand...
159 points by Los Angeles Times | Justin Timberlake 'N Sync JC Chasez Want Backstreet Boys WANT Hot dog Need
Timberlake and chill? JT is coming to Netflix
Performance film 'Justin Timberlake + The Tennessee Kids' will be available in October.         
5242 points by Arizona Republic | MGM Grand Garden Arena Snoop Dogg Justin Timberlake MGM Grand Las Vegas Memphis Tennessee Duran Duran MGM Mirage 52nd Grammy Awards
‘Billions’ Actor Jack Gore Joins Kate Winslet in Woody Allen’s Next Film
Jack Gore has joined the cast of Woody Allen’s untitled next film, which also stars Justin Timberlake and Kate Winslet. The film, written and directed by Allen, is a drama set in New York City in the late 1950s. Allen is producing with Letty Aronson, Erika Aronson and Edward Walson. The pic marks Allen’s 48th feature... Read more »
198 points by Variety | American film actors Woody Allen American television actors New York City Letty Aronson English film actors Anything Else Justin Timberlake