Beyonce is reportedly ready to return to the big screen, in a remake of musical A Star Is Born. According to Page Six, Beyonce is onboard to star opposite Bradley Cooper in the film, who will also be making his directorial debut.

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“Beyoncé is a go,” a source told Page Six, adding that the rest of the cast had not yet been found. “(Cooper’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.”

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The project is likely to not begin filming until the end of next year, or possibly January 2017. As a result Cooper is said to be trying to squeeze in an acting role before the film goes into preproduction, but he’s looking for the right script that will let him “disappear” into a role.

Beyonce is also said to be taking acting classes in the hopes of landing more movie roles. An insider told US Weekly, “She wants to land leading roles in movies and has been taking classes in New York and L.A. for the past year.”

“Bey’s looking for an iconic, dramatic role,” the source added. “She wants to make a film that’s socially relevant to African American rights.” Beyonce’s last big screen role was in 2009’s Obsessed, opposite Idris Elba.

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A Star Is Born originated in 1937 and starred Janet Gaynor and Fredric March. It was then remade in 1954 with Judy Garland and James Mason and again in 1976 with Kris Kristofferson and Barbra Streisand in the lead roles.