Justin Timberlake goes political in the October issue of W. No, he doesn't spew about Democrats, Republicans, the Tea Party, his thoughts on the GOP, Obama or the deficit. He just poses for what look like political head shots, with a First Lady on his arm and an American Flag in the background. Is this the new Camelot?

JT is clean cut, wholesome, polished and debonair as he is photographed with his 'In Time' co-star Amanda Seyfried, she of the doe-eyed stare and Jackie O. hair ... At least for this shot.

JT cleans up nice and Seyfried could be a Washington, D.C. wife based on this cover image alone.

W magazine posted online the Q&A interview, which occurred between both stars.

In the flick 'In Time,' Seyfried plays a rich girl kidnapped by JT's character in the film, which is darker than JT's recent rom com fare. The actress revealed a few plot details, saying, "It’s set in the future, where money buys you time. My character falls in love with Justin’s character -- she wants to give him all the time he needs so he can save the world. It’s very romantic. "

Timberlake, as is customary in his recent spate of press, addresses his self-imposed exile from music, saying that he wasn't tryin' to bring sexy back with his song of the same phrasing! "…truthfully, I didn’t see myself in that song," he revealed. "I wanted people to feel as if they were saying the lyrics themselves. I imagined guys and girls, and guys and guys, and girls and girls singing it to each other in Ibiza or in a club in Manhattan or at a huge open-air festival. At the end of the day, I hope it was a song that people used. Because that was always my experience with music -- I put myself in the mind and movement of the artist. I don’t think Michael Jackson really thought he was 'bad,' but you felt like you were bad when you sang that song."

'In Time' is expected to hit theaters Oct. 28.