|Jay-Z’s music adopted for new film|
|Wednesday, 25 April 2012 00:00|
Fisher, who plays Myrtle in the film, said “Luhrmann understands actors” and how “exposed” they feel.
That’s great and all, but she doesn’t say what Jay-Z song was playing. Come on, Isla! (Fingers crossed it was “Heart of the City,” just because.)
Unfortunately, Hova and Fitz-y (we’re tight) won’t get juxtaposed in finished “Great Gatsby” film; the Jay-Z stunt was just for rehearsal.
Too bad, since Luhrmann is known for mixing his current pop-culture obsessions with classic period settings (see also: “Moulin Rouge” and “Romeo & Juliet”).
Starring Fisher, as well as Leonardo DiCaprio, Carey Mulligan, Tobey Maguire and Joel Edgerton, “The Great Gatsby” hits theaters on Christmas Day. — Huffington Post.