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Fans Want Beyoncé and Jay Z to Make a Real Movie Out of Spoof Trailer

Jay Z and Beyonce Knowles arrive at the Metropolitan Museum of Art Costume Institute Gala Benefit.
Jay Z and Beyoncé Knowles arrive at the Metropolitan Museum of Art Costume Institute Gala Benefit in New York City Lucas Jackson—Reuters

More than 1,000 fans have signed a petition calling on the celebrity couple to turn a spoof trailer featuring Blake Lively, Jake Gyllenhaal and Sean Penn into a real movie, stressing that it would sell millions of tickets

Pressure is growing on Jay Z and Beyoncé to turn the short promotional film they released on Sunday into a real movie.

More than 1,000 fans have signed a petition at change.org calling for the celebrity couple to make a full-length version of a video produced to promote their joint summer tour. The clip feels like an action-packed movie trailer and features such Hollywood icons as Blake Lively, Jake Gyllenhaal and Sean Penn.

“We, the BeyHive and JAY Z fans would love for our two favorite artists to actually make a full length movie based off of the trailer,” the fans write in the lead-up to the petition, stressing that it would “sell millions.”

Beyoncé and Jay Z, who are featured in the short film shooting guns and running from the cops, launch their On the Run tour in Florida next month.

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