Jessica Biel Talks Being Married to Justin Timberlake: ‘It’s Like Nothing’s Changed and Yet Everything’s Changed’ (VIDEO)

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Jessica Biel is singing the praises of marriage with Justin Timberlake.

“It’s so funny — it feels like nothing’s changed, and yet everything’s changed,” the newlywed said on Tuesday’s Good Morning America. “It’s kind of that intangible thing. You can’t put your finger on it – I guess the idea of having sort of a partner in crime, and I guess the word ‘husband’ is pretty amazing.”

“I’m loving it,” said Biel, who married JT on Oct. 19 in Italy. “It’s so fun to say, ‘Oh, this is my husband.”

The stunner also chatted about her new big-screen endeavor — Playing for Keeps, which co-stars Gerard Butler, Dennis Quaid, Catherine Zeta Jones and Uma Thurman.

“It really was quite a cast,” she said. “I think that was probably one of the reasons I was so excited to be a part of this film, especially with Gabriele Muccino, our director — I was such a fan of his as well. It’s amazing to work with your idols who have now become your peers.”

In the film, Biel plays Stacie, the mom of 9-year-old whose dad (Butler) comes back in their life to coach his soccer team. So does the 30-year-old ever think about having kids of her own?

“Yeah, sure,” she said. “Especially because the kid Noah [Lomax] who played my son is literally the coolest kid I’ve ever met.”

She’s pretty cool, too: Biel said that between takes, she and her young co-star would rock out to satellite radio, and play “air guitar and just jam out and head-bang in the car.”

Playing for Keeps opens nationwide on Friday — along with another Biel film, Hitchock.

Watch the star’s entire interview above. Then tell us in the comments section: Will you be seeing either of her movies this weekend? 


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