Everyone seems just as pumped for the Jay-Z-produced soundtrack for "The Great Gatsby" as they are for the flick itself.
But before we look ahead at what The Hova has in store for what we can only imagine will be the coolest-ever soundtrack to something you were forced to read in high school, let's look back at some of the all-time great movie songs.
The five-minute clip is a mix of scenes from the long-awaited franchise finale and of the band at work and play. And while you'll likely recognize many of the cinematic scenes from previously released trailers, there are a few fresh moments here, including Edward trying to catch up with speeding Bella in the forest and Renesmee sitting at the piano with her dad (aw!).
Get more info on the "Breaking Dawn - Part 2" soundtrack at Hollywood Crush.
While we are practicing our archery skills and stocking up on gold eyeliner for Friday's premiere of "The Hunger Games," 12,000 Kiwis got a special preview of Taylor Swift's second song from the soundtrack.
Swift treated fans at her Auckland concert to the debut of "Eyes Open," which she wrote along with "Safe and Sound." (Peep the video and NextMovie's rundown of all the "Hunger Games" references in "Safe and Sound.") Get More »
UPDATED: The official track list for the "Hunger Games" soundtrack has just been released — and you can forget Cato, Clove and Marvel because Arcade Fire, Kid Cudi, Maroon 5 and Taylor Swift are here to regulate.
Now this is going to be a true battle of the bands. Get More »
Secret Sisters, a country music duo of sisters Lydia and Laura Rogers, spilled the beans to the Alabama Times Daily and claimed their single "Tomorrow Will Be Kinder" is set to appear on "The Hunger Games" soundtrack. Get More »
We're only a few artist announcements deep and already a vision for "The Hunger Games" soundtrack is becoming clear: Go big or stay far, far away from the arena.
Starting out with one of today's most popular young songstresses, Taylor Swift, was a surefire way to begin the story of this soundtrack series with a bang. Her "Safe and Sound" (with The Civil Wars) quickly climbed iTunes charts and sparked rampant speculation about its likely placement in the film. Get More »
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Whether it's creepers getting down under the mistletoe or trying to catch a cab home with a case of the champagne hiccups, New Year's Eve has the tendency to be a bit of a s#!tshow.
Even if the soundtrack for your evening ends up being the sound of drunken revelry, you can still have a perfect holiday, thanks to Garry Marshall's upcoming comedy "New Year's Eve," the soundtrack listings for which were announced today. Get More »
With Jason Segel and Amy Adams joining Kermit, Miss Piggy, Fozzie and the rest of the gang for this Thanksgiving's "The Muppets," it's a given that the movie will bring the funny -- but what about the music?
Bret McKenzie of "Flight of the Conchords" is going to have big shoes to fill, as the new songs he's penned for the film will stand along a legacy of catchy "Muppet" tunes from the past. Not helping his near-impossible task is the announcement of “Muppets: The Green Album,” a disc of 12 cover songs The Playlist reports will hit shelves Aug. 23. Get More »