Beyoncé has gotten herself a sweet little movie role, according to the New York Post's Page Six column, and will appear in the A Star Is Born remake alongside its director Bradley Cooper.
"Beyoncé is a go," a source dished to the Post on Friday. "He’s out to find the rest of the cast, but he may take another acting role [in the meantime]. He’s furiously making everything he can."
If the movie sees the light, it would be Cooper's first as director. The original film came out in 1937, with one remake starring Judy Garland released in 1954 and another starring Barbra Streisand in 1976.
Beyoncé has been taking acting classes and trying to get back into doing movies. The 34-year-old singer, wife of Jay Z and mom of little girl Blue Ivy is apparently on the hunt for a "dramatic iconic role."
Beyoncé onstage with husband Jay Z and daughter Blue Ivy Carter. (Photo Credit: Getty Images)
She won a Best Actress Golden Globe for her 2006 movie Dreamgirls.
If all goes as planned, A Star as Born may not be released until 2017.
Good luck, Bey!