After abandoning his acting career for a huge musical comeback in 2013, Justin Timberlake is releasing a concert film documenting his widely successful "20/20 Experience World Tour."
The superstar played 134 shows across the world over 14 months, which became the highest-grossing solo tour of 2014.
The film will centre around the final two dates - January 1 and 2, 2015 at Las Vegas' MGM Garden Arena - and footage will be edited this fall by director Jonathon Demme.
“It’s very emotional, very exciting. It’s a space-age music film,” Demme told Entertainment Weekly.
He didn't say whether the incredible 3-hour performance would be shown in its entirety or if it would be more of a docu-concert flick, similar to Katy Perry's "Part Of Me" release.
JT recently joined Taylor Swift for a surprise performance of "Mirrors" during one of her many sold-out "1989 Tour" dates in L.A. this past week.
Are you excited to re-live the "20/20 Experience"?