Jessica Biel is apparently still so focused on her recent marriage to Justin Timberlake that everything else — even her wardrobe — is an afterthought. How do we know? The brunette beauty, who wed JT in Italy on October 19, donned a disappointing silver tunic and pants set by Oscar de la Renta better suited for one of the "Golden Girls" than for a stylish 30-year-old actress as she hit the red carpet with her "Hitchcock" co-stars Scarlett Johansson, Helen Mirren, and Toni Collette, and others at the movie's premiere on Sunday at the Ziegfeld Theatre in NYC. Mrs. Timberlake, who was without her new pop star-turned-actor hubby for the evening, accessorized her sequined design with Lorraine Schwartz jewels and Manolo Blahnik heels. She pulled her hair back into a ponytail, and, of course, wore a big newlywed smile!
Biel even gushed about her guy at the event. When Johansson asked about Biel and Timberlake's honeymoon, which was a safari in Tanzania, Biel raved that "it was like magic," according to Us Weekly. "It was like heaven. It was the most beautiful thing." (Johansson was rumored to have dated Timberlake herself after co-starring in his 2007 "What Goes Around Comes Around" video," but Biel doesn't seem to have any hard feelings!)
The star of the upcoming rom-com "Playing for Keeps" is so head-over-heels about Timberlake, whom she began dating in 2007, that she's taking his name. "My professional name will still be the same, but for life, yes, I think it sounds great," she revealed to People.