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From Gigli to National Treasure: Justin Bartha
The Bennifer Bomb Was Supposed to Be His Break. Now He's Trying Again
He's hoping for better fortune for his new action flick National Treasure, out Nov. 19. Bartha plays a computer whiz who helps treasure hunter Nicolas Cage heist the Declaration of Independence. He got the role after producer Jerry Bruckheimer heard that Bartha was "brilliant" in Gigli. "He has a great sense of comedic timing, and he's somebody you believe," Bruckheimer says. Raised in West Bloomfield, Mich., the single Bartha once snuck into a press junket and sang a song to Michael Douglas while hosting a prankish New York University TV show. Now he's duet-ting. "Nic and I did a lot of karaoke together," he says. "His by is AC/DC. I bring the house down with 'Bohemian Rhapsody.' "
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