Justin Timberlake to Compose Music for Fiancee Jessica Biel, Plus Wedding Details (VIDEO)
It’s been a long time since Justin Timberlake has seen the inside of a studio. But that’s about to change. Timberlake will compose music for his fiancee’s new film. Jessica Biel will not only star in The Devil and the Deep Blue Sea, but she’ll also be producing the film.
The flick also stars Jeffrey Dean Morgan, who plays a widower grieving for his deceased wife (Biel). Chole Grace Moretz costars, playing a young girl who receives Morgan’s help in building a raft that will journey across the Atlantic Ocean.
It’s been six years since Justin last album: 2006′s Future Sex/Love Sounds. He did have that one studio collab with Timbaland three years ago, but the renaissance man has been keeping busy with a flourishing acting career. Hmph, we just wish he’d bring sexy back. To the studio that is. But it turns out that we may have our wish, somewhat.
Besides composing some songs for the film’s soundtrack, he’ll also act as music supervisor. Awww, they’re gonna make some beautiful music together (I’m sorry–I had to say it).
The two lovebirds finally got engaged in December 2011, and are currently planning their wedding, which is rumored to have a huge guest list. “It will be a big wedding,” says a friend. “They have lots of people they want to invite.” We’re happy that Justin finally put a ring on it. No doubt, the two have gone through some ex drama in the past (see: Cameron Diaz), and after five years and some whisperings of ‘will they, won’t they,’ they’ll be walking down the aisle.
The question is how will they be walking down the aisle–fashion-wise. A friend of Biel says that she has chosen the designer for her wedding gown. “Monique Lhuillier has sent over some sketches. She’s Jessica’s first choice.”
The two looked dashing at this year’s Met Gala, and we can’t wait to see them look just as dapper on their wedding day.