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Wed, 22 Feb 2012 - 18:15 GMT +1
Justin Timberlake's New Film Means New Hairstyle

Keeping himself warm in a black peacoat and dark jeans, Justin Timberlake was spotted while filming for his latest movie in New York City on Wednesday (February 22).

Also rocking a new hairdo, the singer-turned-actor grew out his coif and combed it to the side for the 1960''s era film "Inside Llewyn Davis".

The movie - which is set to hit theaters in 2013 - follows a singer-songwriter navigating through New York''s folk music scene.

Also among the cast members, the 31-year-old is joined by Carey Mulligan, Garrett Hedlund, Oscar Isaac and John Goodman.

Timberlake''s previous film, "In Time," was released October of 2011 and brought in over $12 million during opening weekend.

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