Beyoncé has signed up to appear in a new movie directed by Glee creator, Ryan Murphy.
It is thought to be the new mum’s first major role since giving birth to her daughter, Blue Ivy in January.
The musical movie, titled One Hit Wonders, will also feature Gwyneth Paltrow, Cameron Diaz and Reese Witherspoon, with all four playing singers who each made it big in the 90s, before fading into obscurity.
According to BBC Newsbeat, the film will follow the singers as they meet and join forces to create a supergroup.
Murphy will write the script with fellow Glee co-creators Brad Falchuk and Ian Brennen and Gwyneth – who made a cameo in the popular show – will reportedly part-produce the picture.
Star of US television series Saturday Night Live, Adam Samberg will also be involved with the project.
Beyoncé, 30, is currently taking some time off with her family to focus on being a mum, however, one of her co-writers, One Republic’s Ryan Tedder has revealed she’s got plans for two music projects this year.
He told MTV that they had already spoken about the follow-up to 4, which was released in June 2011, saying:
“The conversations about her next album literally just started and there [are] two projects happening.
“All I can say is you kind of feed her the best that you have and she’s this phenomenal filter and she takes it all in.”