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April 2, 2013 (8:55 am) GMT
Queen Bey will team up with Andre 3000 to do a rendition of 'Back to Black' for the Leonardo DiCaprio-starring flick.
Beyonce Knowles

As executive producer for the soundtrack of the new Baz Luhrmann film "", doesn't need to look far for top talent for his new project. His equally famous wife has just been tapped to do a song for it, and it's going to be a duet with prolific record producer and rapper Andre 3000 (). They're covering the late 's hit "Back to Black".

Interscope Records, who will be producing the highly-touted soundtrack, said that the Beyonce-Andre 3000 cover will be a "very different take on 'Back to Black'." The new collaboration will be the second time the R 'n' B/pop diva and the member team up on a track, the first one being Bey's 2011 single "Party".

Followers of new mega project can expect more top musical artists to join the soundtrack of the forthcoming adaptation of F. Scott Fitzgerald's 1920s novel. The 43-year-old rap superstar was signed up by Australian filmmaker Luhrmann to put the modern jazz age energy he wanted to infuse into his latest masterpiece.

Originally set for a December release, the film's premiere was pushed to May 10 and will be shown as the opening night feature at the Cannes Film Festival in France on May 15. It stars Golden Globe Award-winning actor , British actress and "" star .

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