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The Great Gatsby – Soundtrack & New Trailer

The Great Gatsby Soundtrack
The latest trailer for Baz Luhrmann’s adaptation of The Great Gatsby debuted online this week, showcasing not only the huge acting chops of Leo DiCaprio and Carey Mulligan, but also a taste of what would be featured on the film’s soundtrack.

The trailer features original songs from Florence + The Machine and Lana Del Rey, as well as a reworking of Amy Winehouse’s Back to Black by Beyoncé and Andre 3000. Beyoncé’s other half Jay-Z was announced earlier this year to be at the helm of the films entire score. The Great Gatsby marks the fifth film by Luhrmann, who’s most famous credits include Moulin Rouge!, Romeo + Juliet and Strictly Ballroom. See the full tracklist for his latest below:

01. Jay-Z – 100$ Bill
02. Beyoncé and André 3000 – Back to Black
03. will.i.am – Bang Bang
04. Fergie, Q-Tip, and GoonRock – A Little Party Never Killed Nobody (All We Got)
05. Lana Del Rey – Young and Beautiful
06. Bryan Ferry with The Bryan Ferry Orchestra – Love Is The Drug
07. Florence and the Machine – Over The Love
08. Coco O. of Quadron – Where The Wind Blows
09. Emeli Sandé and The Bryan Ferry Orchestra – Crazy in Love
10. The xx – Together
11. Gotye – Hearts a Mess
12. Jack White – Love is Blindness
13. Nero – Into the Past

The Great Gatsby also stars Tobey Maguire (Spider-Man trilogy), Joel Edgerton (Warrior, The Thing), Isla Fisher (Wedding Crashers, Confessions of a Shopaholic) and Jason Clarke (Zero Dark Thirty, Lawless) and is set to be released on the 10th and 16th of May in the US and UK respectively.

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  • Sheridan Passell said
    Sheridan Passell

    What accent is Joel Edgerton doing in the trailer?

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  • JP said

    If someone knew nothing about the plot-line of The Great Gatsby I don’t think they would work out anything from this trailer. What do people reckon – is it trying to be mysterious or do they assume everyone read the book in High School?

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  • Zoe P said

    I read the book ages ago and enjoyed it, but have forgotten most of it. I can’t wait to see what he’s done with it. I love the visual aspect and momentum of Luhrmann’s movies (though didn’t know his name before reading this).

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