Movie trailers: What's that song? |


Movie trailers: What's that song?

Amid all the blockbuster bluster of summer cinema, there's still good music to be found at the multiplex. Just follow the previews

The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo
Enter the Dragon — or at least the first peek at the wildly anticipated remake, due this Christmas — with a scorching cover of Led Zeppelin’s ”Immigrant Song,” courtesy of Trent Reznor and Yeah Yeah Yeahs banshee Karen O.
Find the Song For now, it’s unreleased — look for it on the official movie soundtrack.

Horrible Bosses
Three working stiffs with beastly supervisors (sexually voracious dentist Jennifer Aniston among them) conspire to commit boss-icide to the blistering guitar riffs of Kentucky rockers Cage the Elephant’s ”Ain’t No Rest for the Wicked.”
Find the Song On their self-titled 2007 debut.

Shark Night 3D
It’s all beer, bikinis, and the breezy reggae-pop bounce of Sean Kingston’s ”Party All Night (Sleep All Day)” — until the giant homicidal fish get hungry.
Find the Song As a stand-alone single on iTunes.

The Descendants
George Clooney plays schlumpy, in his own still-Clooneyish way, as a cuckolded husband and floundering father; U.K. chamber-folkies Noah & the Whale’s gently jangling ”Blue Skies” provides the melancholic sound-track.
Find the Song On 2009’s The First Days of Spring.

One Day
Romance — and Anne Hathaway’s British accent — is intermittent in this decades-spanning tale of a toggling friendship/loveship (based on the best-seller of the same name), played out against OneRepublic’s prettily atmospheric ”Good Life.”
Find the Song On 2009’s Waking Up.

What’s Your Number?
Bumbling singleton Anna Faris revisits a smorgasbord of boyfriends past, including Andy Samberg, Zachary Quinto, and her real-life husband, Chris Pratt, while singer-songwriter Jess Penner’s sweetly bubbly ”Life Is Rosy” bops along.
Find the Song On Penner’s third album, Growing in the Cold.