Justin Timberlake's publicist: No new album in the works

Justin Timberlake attends the centennial tribute to Gene Kelly on May 17, 2012, in Beverly Hills, Calif.

(CBS News) Justin Timberlake isn't going to be bringing sexy back any time soon.

It's been six years since the singer-turned-actor put out a new album, and a rep has said that despite reports, Timberlake isn't working on music for a follow-up to "FutureSex/LoveSounds."

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His publicist told Entertainment Weekly there are currently no plans for a new album. But Timberlake is working on some material with for Timbaland's upcoming "Shock Value 3" collection. And "that's it," the publicist said.

Since releasing his critically-acclaimed solo album in 2006, Timberlake, 31, has been busy pursuing an acting career, starring in "The Social Network," "Friends With Benefits" and "Bad Teacher."

He'll next portray a baseball scout in "Trouble With the Curve," which opens on Sept. 21. The former *NSYNC member is also attached to "Runner, Runner," starring Ben Affleck.

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