Justin Timberlake Opens Up On Making A Return To Music: "It Will Be A Special Thing"

The 'Cry Me A River' star admits he's not sure if he'd be able to keep releasing singles every year like some artists.

Justin Timberlake has confessed that he is not currently planning on making a return to music insisting making an album is "a really big deal".

The 'SexyBack' star spoke to Billboard at the premiere of his new movie The Trouble With The Curve to admit he wouldn't be rushing back to the studio and finds the process of making records really "special".

"For me, personally, when I do sit down and decide to do it, it's just a special thing," he confessed.

The star also revealed that he is not sure if he could keep up with some of today's artists who are able to release material each year.

"I don't know that I can pump them out every year," he said.

Earlier this summer it was rumoured the singer turned actor had started work on a new album – which was later denied by his representatives.

You can view a picture of Justin Timberlake at the premiere of The Trouble With The Curve below:

Since his last album release, 2006's 'FutureSex /LoveSounds' Justin has appeared in such films as The Social Network, In Time and Friends With Benefits.

He is currently engaged to Hollywood star Jessica Biel and is expected to help as composer to her upcoming film The Devil And The Deep Blue Sea.