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Saturday 23 August 2014

Justin Timberlake 'is like a magnet'

Justin Timberlake

Justin Timberlake has a "magnetism" that "draws people in".

The actor stars in Trouble with the Curve alongside Amy Adams and Clint Eastwood - who also directed the drama.

Justin - who plays Johnny Flanagan in the film - got on famously with his co-star Amy.

"Because Justin has this easy way about him and this easy charm that is not forced at all, he just has a magnetism about him that draws people in," Amy gushed. "And it reads so well on screen, we've seen it in other roles but I think Johnny also has this depth underneath that's very engaging in Trouble with the Curve. He was great."

Justin was thrilled to be working alongside acclaimed filmmaker Eastwood.

"He's just a great man. To say that he's a role model of mine would be an understatement. It's no mystery that I would love to direct one day, and getting to watch him - even though he's not directing on this, getting to watch him put his fingerprint on the movie, he's just a legend, you know? He's Clint Eastwood!" he laughed to Flicks and Bits.

"Getting to trade lines with him, in-between every take you're kind of walking away pinching yourself."

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