Don't stifle that creativity.
Jessica Biel and Justin Timberlake screened their new movie, The Devil And The Deep Blue Sea last night at the Tribeca Film Festival in New York City. Biel starred in and produced, while Timberlake served as music supervisor for the soundtrack.
"[There are] so many more things to take care of, so many more hats to wear. Problems you have to fix," Biel told Entertainment Tonight on the red carpet.
"Normally, [as an actor] you just come to set and don't have to worry about any of the problems. I don't have to worry about if the money is there. I don’t have to worry about if the cast is happy."
Biel technically outranked Timberlake on the project, but didn't feel the need to micromanage her husband.
"He's much better left to his own devices," Biel said. "I mean, I like to say that I was his boss, but I wasn't really acting as his boss. So we had a good working relationship."
Biel and Timberlake married in 2012 after dating for five years, and have a son, Silas. Biel recently opened a kid-friendly restaurant, Au Fudge in West Hollywood, drawing comparisons to the members-only club, Soho House.
"I want this to be like our version of 'Cheers,"' Biel said, according to the Los Angeles Times, when the restaurant opened.
"We want a local spot."