Watch out, people, Justin Timberlake comin' through.
The "Suit and Tie" singer made a stylish appearance at the Cannes Film Festival in a, well, suit and tie, which made the celeb look mighty dapper, along with his beige coat, trendy shades and slicked-back, newly long-on-top hair.
Timberlake is in the South of France in honor of his upcoming film, Spinning Gold, and today he stepped out to hawk the project to overseas distributors at the Vegaluna Beach Club.
The 32-year-old stud, who plays Casablanca Records founder Neil Bogart in the film, was joined by Neil's son, Timothy Scott Bogart, and producer Mark Damon.
"The Sony Pictures Worldwide Acquistions group are great partners, so we are delighted to be working together again on what is going to be a music extravaganza of a film," Damon said. "With the full support of Justin, who will be in Cannes to meet with the international buyers on the first day of the film festival at a special event to launch the film, we feel confident Spinning Gold is hitting all the right notes."
Bogart is associated with the rise of disco, having been instrumental in the rise of iconic artists like Donna Summer and The Village People.