OMG, he looks seriously ugly in the second pic. How is this guy a movie star???
He is hot.
I like Justin.
I''d take off my pants for Richard Jenkins too if I were in that situation. I''ve worked with him before and Jenkins is one of the nicest guys around. Too bad he''s happily married because I''d let that hot daddy have his way with me.
Would love to see Richard Jenkins topping Timberlake as Justin cries out "Oh, Daddy!"
That was lame.
Nice hairy legs but agree with r7, we don''t get to see much there.
I love Justin.
Would love those hairy legs around my neck.
He looks Jewish in the face, although Wikipedia indicates he is WASP and Native American.\
He''s hot but somehow looks like the late Tony Randall.
Who is it that keeps trying to make him a movie star? Just about everything he''s done has gone straight to DVD.
Justin gives a good performance in "Alpha Dog"
I'd like to Jus his Tin.
Yawn. Boxers are so dowdy and unappealing on men.
Those am boxer-briefs. He needs to go commando.
Tasty enough to batter up and chicken fry.
He's fucking ugly and his body is average at best. It baffles me why anyone with good eyes would think TimberFAKE is hot or attractive.
His face is getting heavy lines. Still, he's not ugly but I don't see why he has so many fans.
You can almost see her vagina!
hideous from head to toe.
If his body is average, then you must be living in a dream.
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