Speaking with MTV, Isla Fisher - who plays Myrtle in Baz Luhrmann's ridiculously anticipated adaptation of F. Scott Fitzgerald's The Great Gatsby - has given away a little something of the director's auteur techniques behind the making of the film, with a little help from Hova.

Fisher describes her experience of shooting as an "incredible luxury. We did a play workshop that was three weeks long. Before we even started rehearsals we were immersed entirely in the 1920's. It was just the best experience ever."

"On my first day he had Jay-Z pumped up full and we did the entire scene with, you know, Jay-Z in our ear on full blast while acting and it was just so liberating. He really understands actors and how self-conscious we feel at times, and how exposed we are and how we never know where anything lands. Just the complexity of being vulnerable every minute when you're acting and he just makes you feel so safe."

Wonder what tracks he played? American Dreamin'? Party Life? So Ambitious? Cashmere Thoughts? Anybody got anything else?