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Yes, because he had such artistic credibility BEFORE this movie.
Actually, Justin Timberlake is a pretty decent actor. This is basically just a paycheck movie for all the actors involved.
It's funny because it implies that Justin Timberlake was ever NOT a sellout.
Shrek 3? Try N*Sync, the group that made him famous! I don't think there's much artistic integrity to N*Sync, is the point.
Try a little further back: MICKEYMOUSECLUB HURRDURRHe's a good performer with a surprising amount of geekhood. Anyone who habitually uses the term "sellout" doesn't understand acting in the least. Actors have a word for actors that turn down roles left and right: prat.
Y'know, I think one time, N Sync appeared on the kids show Arthur to talk about how they weren't sellouts. Or it may have been The Backstreet Boys.
Hey, hey, Anonymous. Daniel Day-Lewis only takes roles he actually wants, turning down all kinds of acting offers, and he's no prat when it comes to acting. He gets awards for basically every role he plays. But, then, I guess there's an exception to every rule. So you're probably still correct.
Nice catch there. Yeah, he's pretty much the only exception.
Except, of course, DDL is overrated hype and kinda sucks monkey balls. Therefore, the prat rule stands.
JT could out-act DDL even if DDL had an out-acting machine.Wait, what was the question?
Hey, you got JT in the DDL thread!
How can you "sell out" when your entire career is predicated on portioning yourself out for sale? JT has never pretended to be anything other than product, and he's quite good at remerchandizing himself for broad appeal year after year.I mean, I'm not a fan, but you can't say he's not successful.
And here I thought that the Yogi Bear franchise was selling out by making a new movie with Justin Timberlake, but here I see I had it wrong...