Your thoughts on Baz Luhrmann's upcoming adaptation of The Great Gatsby, starring Leonardo DiCaprio, depend a lot on whether you think it's OK to take anachronistic liberties with historical source material in the name of style and storytelling, pizzazz and panache and fun little nouns like that. (In other words, your thoughts on Baz Luhrmann; think Moulin Rouge.) Judging by the trailer, you might want to add Watch the Throne to that, since it uses "No Church in the Wild" for a bit of glitzy scene-setting.
It's a great choice of track. First, it means a thoroughly cinematic work is finally starting to gravitate toward its natural cinematic home. "No Church in the Wild" is the first track on the album for a reason. (See also: Kanye's 7-screen experience, some action thing.) It's also not a bad choice for Gatsby in general, as the Roaring Twenties aren't far from the sort of new-money ostentation the Throne's talking about. Luhrmann reportedly played Jay-Z on set to set a secne.
Incidentally, this trailer also means that if you've got any sort of final projects for school, maybe high-school English or film studies or something, a Throne/Gatsby mashup is no longer an option. Sorry. It hurts when people come up with ideas first.