After announcing the dates for his solo world tour, Justin Timberlake has inked a new deal with talent agency WME. The agency has been representing the star in his acting pursuits but now it will take over the rest of his career.
According to "The Hollywood Reporter," WME will now have a hand in all of Timberlake's future projects, including his touring and endorsement deals. The deal comes in the midst of the star's music comeback.
His album The 20/20 Experience sold 968,000 copies when it dropped in March, and a follow-up to it is coming in September. He's also set to hit the road with his "Suit & Tie" collaborator Jay-Z in July.
But Justin's film career isn't taking a back seat to music. He will be appearing in the new Coen brothers movie "Inside Llewyn Davis," about New York's folk music scene in the 60s. He has also reportedly signed on to play record executive Neil Bogart in an upcoming biopic.