by Bruna Nessif | Mon., Jul. 1, 2013 8:15 PM
Did someone order some sexy footage of Justin Timberlake as a folk musician?
CBS Films released a new trailer for their upcoming Ethan and Joel Coen movie Inside Llewyn Davis today, featuring a closer look at the story of a young folk singer [Oscar Issac] as he tries to make it in New York's Greenwich Village scene in the early '60s.
The latest clip shows Isaac's character struggling to make a living as a musician during the New York winter, finding himself desperate for money.
"There was no advance on my solo record. There's got to be some royalty!" he says.
At one point, he also asks Timberlake's character for some cash, and you almost don't care what J.T. has to say in response because he just looks so adorable in his little sweater.
The film also features a number of familiar faces, including stars Carey Mulligan, John Goodman and Garrett Hedlund.
The background music heard is Marcus Mumford's cover of "Fare Thee Well," and Isaac told Complex magazine earlier this year that both Mumford and Timberlake "were a big part of recording to the music" for the movie's soundtrack (which hits stores Sept. 17).
Inside Llewyn Davis is slated for a Dec. 6 release.