Jessica Biel ought to send Amy Adams a fruit basket.
At the L.A. premiere of JT's new flick, Trouble With the Curve, the musician turned actor admitted to Entertainment Tonight that his co-star (Amy plays his love interest) saved his life.
"We shot that scene in the Blue Ridge Mountains and the water was just below fifty degrees. It was freezing," he told reporters. "Amy actually saved my life. Unbeknownst to me, I was turning blue and couldn't process a thought, so she actually saved my life. I owe Amy Adams my life."
So how did she do it? Mouth-to-mouth, of course.
"I saved [Justin's] life; I did," she said with a laugh. "Some people call it mouth-to-mouth, some people call it kissing — any way, it's nice work if you can get it."
Trouble With the Curve follows the life of an aging baseball scout (Clint) who takes his daughter (Amy) on a talent-scouting trip, due to his ailing vision. While there, the pair meet a young, hot scout (Justin) who turns into her love interest.
The movie opens nationwide on Sept. 21.