Justin Timberlake and Hugh Jackman ‘Crack Jokes’ Over Dinner in Colorado (EXCLUSIVE DETAILS)

Big screen hunks Justin Timberlake and Hugh Jackman hit a high note together over a post-Christmas dinner… literally.

The actors, who’ve been known to sell out a crowd when they’ve taken over the microphone, were spotted having dinner at the ultra-exclusive Park Hyatt Beaver Creek Ski Resort and Spa in Avon, Colo. Dec. 27, an eyewitness told Celebuzz exclusively.

“They were out for dinner at the 8100 Mountainside Bar & Grill,” said the eyewitness.

“They were joking with a musician in the lobby. They were requesting songs and cracking jokes and seemed really friendly.”

Timberlake, 31, who’s long been a fan of Beaver Creek Ski Resort and whose wife Jessica Biel has signed on to star opposite Jackman as Viper in The Wolverine, joined the Aussie heartthrob, who just so happens to be staying at the swankiest hotel in the area for the holidays. And the stars went relatively unnoticed on their time off before award season kicks into high gear in the New Year.

“People stayed away for the most part,” added the eyewitness. “It’s a fancy but quiet restaurant.”

The 44-year-old star of stage and screen has a lot to sing about in 2012 with a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame and a Golden Globe nomination for Best Actor in a Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy for Les Miserables set to be handed out Jan. 13.

Do you think Justin Timberlake and Hugh Jackman would make a good on-screen duo? Tell us your thoughts below.

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Chris Hemsworth, Daniel Craig, George Clooney: Hunks Who Got Their Start in Sci-Fi/Fantasy Films (PHOTOS)

Of all the harsh realities made clear by the gender gap, perhaps the truest is that – as of this Friday – girlfriends everywhere will be dragged reluctantly to see The Hobbit. This time, however, Peter Jackson’s journey through Middle Earth has been stripped of its eye-candy, swapping Orlando Bloom and Viggo Mortensen for a handful of dwarves, Dr. Watson and a geezer. While the movie will no doubt be epic, the real scenery will undoubtedly be just that: the actual scenery.

All of which made us consider just how many dramatic, respected and handsome leading men – prime examples of non-nerd masculinity – actually made some of their biggest breakthroughs in sci-fi, fantasy and all-around geek adventures. Read on to find out…

Click here to launch the gallery of gorgeous leading men who made their bones in genre movies.

Many of the actors on Celebuzz’ list certainly had credits prior to their turns in fantasy films – Mortensen worked steadily as a supporting player for more than a decade before striking paydirt with the Lord of the Rings series, for example.

And although many of them have gone on to even greater glories, they first became popular in the public consciousness because of these projects. On the other hand, some of them may never surpass the success they enjoyed with these films and film series. But as cinephiles and avid filmgoers, we’re only too happy to celebrate – and maybe in a few cases, reintroduce – the sci-fi-, horror and fantasy films that helped the world fall in love with them.

Which of these hunks is your favorite — or which appeared in your favorite fantasy film? Keep the discussion going in the comments section after watching the theatrical trailer for The Hobbit below!

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Movie Buzz: ‘Skyfall’ Box Office Windfall, ‘Wolverine’ Poster Premieres and ‘Sin City 2′ Starts Production

Hurricane Sandy wasn’t the only newsworthy topic yesterday.

James Bond’s new movie, Skyfall, broke international box office records, Hugh Jackman revealed a new poster for The Wolverine and production officially started on Sin City 2

We have all the details for your right here…

1. Skyfall Opens Big Internationally

The twenty-third James Bond movie conquered the international box office this past weekend, opening with $77.7 million.

In the UK alone, Daniel Craig’s third outing as 007 took in over $32m this past weekend, setting a record for a non-3D, non-summer film. Opening in the U.S. November 9, Skyfall is set to be the biggest Bond movie yet.

2. Daniel Craig Signs Up For George Clooney’s The Monuments Men

On Monday, George Clooney added Daniel Craig to the impressive cast of his next film, The Monuments Men.

The Skyfall star will join Cate Blanchett, Bill Murray and John Goodman in the film, which centers on a group of art experts sent to Europe to chase down stolen art during World War II.

Clooney will write, direct and star in the film.

3. The Wolverine Has A New Poster

Following a live webchat Monday with star Hugh Jackman and The Wolverine director James Mangold, the duo revealed a new poster for the Summer 2013 release.

Click here to check it out!

4. Sin City 2 Officially Starts Shooting

It was announced Monday, via press release, that Director Robert Rodriguez’ much-anticipated sequel to 2005’s Sin City has begun shooting.

The press release also announced that Sin City actress Jamie King will reprise her role from the first film. Rodriguez will once again co-direct with Frank Miller, the author of the graphic novel on which the film is based.

Which of these news stories are you most excited about it? Chime in below! And in the meantime, take a look at the Skyfall trailer below.

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