Justin Timberlake From Britney Spears’ Lifetime Movie Is Nostalgia Overload
It’s official, the Britney Spears Lifetime movie is in the works and it already looks like it’s shaping up to be a masterpiece.
Details regarding the different famous faces that will be played in the film are beginning to surface, and let’s just say you’re going to need to make sure you set some time aside to watch it when 2017 rolls around.
According to E! News, Britney Spears’ Lifetime movie titled “Britney” will feature a cast of characters that include Justin Timberlake, Kevin Federline, Jenna Dewan-Tatum and Wade Robson.
Ready for a blast from the past? Here is Justin Timberlake’s character…
Two words: nostalgia overload.
The report also states that Britney Spears’ character will be played by actress Natasha Bassett, Justin Timberlake will be played by Nathan Keyes, Tamara Thorsen will play Jenna Dewan-Tatum and actor Clayton Chitty will play Kevin Federline.
It turns out Jenna Dewan-Tatum was actually a backup dancer for *NSYNC who knew Britney while she was dating Justin. As for Wade Robson, he was Britney Spears’ choreographer.
In addition to the existing characters, Britney’s sister Jamie Lynn Spears and their mom Lynn Spears will also be characters in the upcoming two-hour film.
Everything from Britney Spears’ puppy-love relationship with Justin Timberlake to her messy split from Kevin Federline will be depicted in the movie.
Other notable moments in Spears’ career include her public breakdown as well as her triumphant return to pop stardom following a series of chaotic events in her life.
With a drama-packed movie about one of the world’s biggest stars, you’d expect the 34-year-old princess of pop to have something to do with the biopic. Well, it turns out she has ZERO to do with the movie.
Spears’ reps spoke to E! News, revealing,
Britney Spears will not be contributing in any way, shape or form to the Lifetime biopic nor does it have her blessing.
This should be rather interesting.
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