We already know that Justin Timberlake can sing, dance, and act in whimsical Saturday Night Live sketches. (Often he will do all three of those things at once.) But can he score?
JT will add another column to his résumé when he provides the music to the upcoming film The Devil and the Deep Blue Sea, which is being directed by Bill Purple and stars Chloe Moretz and Timberlake’s fiancée Jessica Biel. Production begins this fall, which should give Timberlake enough time to promote his forthcoming Coen Brothers picture Inside Llewyn Davis.
It’s a bold but logical step for the pop star turned ever-expanding hyphenate: He has worked with some of the best production minds in modern pop music, so he knows his way around a studio. Maybe he really could be the next Danny Elfman.
Of course, before he became Tim Burton’s musical muse, Elfman was a pop star himself, knocking out quirky New Wave with Oingo Boingo. And he’s hardly the only one to make that transition: READ FULL STORY »