As long as there are SNL cameos to fill, movies about sex pals/social networking moguls/aging baseball scouts with headstrong daughters to make, celebrity golf tournaments to host, and former WB actresses to marry, Justin Timberlake will NEVER record another music album. I mean, he doesn't want to rush things.
As reported by Associated Press, Timberlake has no immediate plans to return to music (despite rumors last month). "For me, personally, when I do sit down and decide to do it, it's just a special thing," he told an interviewer during press for his latest movie Trouble With the Curve.
While some artists are able to consistently produce new material, Timberlake is less confident in his abilities to "pump" out albums every year. And a note for us non-musical philistines: making an album is "a really big deal."
JT hasn't released anything since 2006's Grammy-nominated FutureSex/LoveSounds, which sold more than 684,000 units in its first week and elevated the popstar to superstar status.
Trouble With the Curve, co-starring Clint Eastwood and Amy Adams, opens tomorrow, Sept. 21.