Biel taking time off

Last updated 05:00 05/12/2012
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TIME FOR A BREAK: Jessica Biel

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Jessica Biel is taking time off from acting.

The actress has been on a whirlwind promotional tour for her new film Hitchcock.

Biel plays Psycho star Vera Miles alongside Scarlett Johansson as Janet Leigh in the new movie about the life of Alfred Hitchcock.

But she's not sure she can top herself after filming the project about the legendary director.

"It's nice to have a minute. After this, the bar is so high, so what do you do? I'm taking a break," she told British newspaper The Sun.

The statement has reignited rumours the actress is planning on trying for a baby with husband Justin Timberlake.

The couple tied the knot in Italy in October after five years of dating.

They travelled to the Singita Grumeti Reserves for their honeymoon, an experience Jessica has recently described as "magical".

Biel has some projects to wrap up before she can take an extended hiatus from work, however.

In addition to Hitchcock, she is currently promoting a romantic comedy with Gerard Butler called Playing for Keeps.

She also has two films tentatively scheduled for release next year: Emanuel and the Truth about Fishes and The Devil and the Deep Blue Sea.

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