The only thing that may be more anticipated than The Great Gatsby movie is the soundtrack, executively produced by Jay Z. The soundtrack includes music by The xx, Florence + the Machine and Andre 3000 with Beyonce and many more a list artists. Some of the full songs have already been released by The XX, Lana Del Rey, Florence + the Machine, Will.i.am, Fergie Feat Q-Tip & Goonrock and Nero. Every single one of these songs should be a remixed club banger by summers beginning.
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At the time The Great Gatsby took place, F. Scott Fitzgerald noted Brooks Brothers as being “the ultimate gentleman’s purveyor of fine clothing to the American man of distinction.” In a golden opportunity, BB collaborated with lead costume designer of the film, Catherine Martin to showcase clothing inspired from the film, that was inspired by Brooks Brothers style from the 1920′s. The style is going to be a sure fire hit come derby season this spring. Brooks Brothers have taken Martin’s adaptation of the films costume’s into a sharp modern style for purchase, including these featured two tone wingtips and loafers. Check out the full line at Brooks Brothers.
New Great Gatsby Trailer features Original Music from Executive Producer Jay Z (Trailer + Track List)
The New Gatsby trailer is not only the best yet, but gives us a preview to the highly acclaimed soundtrack from executive producer, Jay Z. The soundtrack includes a fantastic dynamic of stars from all branches of music genres, including Jack White, The xx, Florence + the Machine and Andre 3000 with Beyonce. According to a press release, Jay-Z and director Baz Luhrmann worked on the project over the past two years, “translating the Jazz Age sensibility of F. Scott Fitzgerald’s novel into the musical equivalents of our own times, through the blending of hip-hop, traditional jazz and other contemporary musical textures.”
The Great Gatsby is a novel by american author F. Scott Fitzgerald. The book was first published in 1925, and it has been republished in 1945 and 1953. There are two settings for the novel. The first setting is on Long Island’s North Shore and the second major setting is in NYC. The book/Movie is set within the year 1922 from the spring to the autumn. The movie looks pretty rad and features the bro from Warrior, the dork from Spiderman and Leo.