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VIDEO: Justin Timberlake Plays Ex-Con On “Palmer” Film Set 🎬

The singer and film star looked in prison outfit for his role as Eddie Palmer in the ex-con movie 💰

Who: Justin Timberlake 

What: On set of his movie titled Palmer chatting with colleagues

Wearing: Looks like his prison outfit from the movie role as an ex-convict

Where: New Orleans, USA


Justin Timberlake gets back to work on the movie Palmer after being photographed “affectionately holding hands” with his latest leading lady Alisha Wainwright.

Justin Timberlake on set of the movie "Palmer" in New Orleans © The MEGA Agency
Justin Timberlake on set of the movie “Palmer” in New Orleans © The MEGA Agency

We’ve seen the video, and it looks pretty innocent! Check out the video on The Sun newspaper Website HERE.

VIDEO: Justin Timberlake New Orleans Film Set “Palmer” Leaves Trailer

Wearing what looked to be his outfit for his role as ex-convict Eddie Palmer, the superstar also sported a blue jumpsuit and short crew cut. If you look closely, his trailer door even has a sign saying “Wake Up”.

Justin Timberlake chatted with colleagues outside his New Orleans film trailer © The MEGA Agency
Justin Timberlake chatted with colleagues outside his New Orleans film trailer © The MEGA Agency

In the movie he plays a former college football star who has fallen on hard times and had a stint in prison, and then falls for co-star Wainwright. The film also stars Juno Temple. Wainwright is best known for her role as Maia Roberts on the Freeform television series Shadowhunters. Wainwright can currently be seen starring alongside Michael B Jordan in the Netflix series Raising Dion.

Justin Timberlake looked dressed in a prison outfit for his role as Eddie Palmer © The MEGA Agency
Justin Timberlake looked dressed in a prison outfit for his role as Eddie Palmer © The MEGA Agency

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Written by Connor Claire

Wandering freelance writer with a strange accent and a love for everything from politics to animals to Otter Pops to Seinfeld.

Connor Claire has over 10 years' of experience in the entertainment industry in film production & distribution and now she writes about it. She’s also super caffeinated and spends far too much time googling. Her interests include health, sociopolitical satire, human rights issues, pop culture and the arts.

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