Justin Timberlake and NSYNC Reunion: Rumored in Upcoming Trolls Animated Film

Justin Timberlake and NSYNC Reunion : Branch, played by Justin Timberlake, may help reunite a boy band in DreamWorks’s next animated film, the next installment in the Trolls series. This is being worked on. This place may answer your show questions. A reliable source tells ET that JC Chasez, Lance Bass, Joey Fatone, and Chris Kirkpatrick will surprise Justin Timberlake in the third Trolls episode.

A new *NSYNC song for the film has also been rumored. This would be their first collaboration since 2001’s “Girlfriend” success. If so, it will be their first collaboration since that song.

Universal declined to provide proof and is keeping quiet for now.

Justin Timberlake and NSYNC Reunion
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In the “Trolls Band Together” video, Branch’s character and Timberlake’s boy band’s past are similar. Both are similar, according to the clip. The plot shows that Branch and his four brothers, played by Troye Sivan, Kid Cudi, Daveed Diggs, and Eric André, were the lead singers of BroZone.

When André’s John Dory learns that Sivan’s Floyd is in prison, he tries to get the group back together to preserve their family.

Floyd tells Branch, “Branch, our harmony is broken.” The trailer emphasizes a boy band in this scenario. They grew up on a peculiar road that reminded them of famous backstreets. They did this because they grew up. Despite rumors of a *NSYNC reunion in recent years, the band has reunited for unrelated events. At Ryan Cabrera and Alexa Bliss’ wedding banquet, they sang “Bye, Bye, Bye” their last time together. However, this film may give Justin Timberlake his first live performance with the band since their 2002 break.

Fatone praised their road time and hinted about reuniting. He also discussed how thrilled they were during their 2019 Coachella gig with Ariana Grande. Timberlake missed that show, so it went on. On November 17, “Trolls Band Together” will debut in theaters nationwide.