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Author Topic: Clash of the Titans remake  (Read 334 times)


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Clash of the Titans remake
« Reply #15 on: January 09, 2010, 01:12:38 PM »
Quote from: jeff37923;354298
I want to see the Clash of the Titans remake but your offhand comment is something to think about. It is a horrible Hollywood tradition to mate a currently popular singer or band with a movie that is coming out. It may not be the Thompson Twins for this one, but you have to wonder if Lady Gaga was or was not approached to help "sexy up" the soundtrack.
I would have to agree, really.  I dig the music they used in the trailer, I hope more of that is in there.  But if they cram in some indie darling that doesn't fit well, that would be a mark against it.
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