Foreigner lead singer Lou Gramm, while split from the group in 1991, contributed probably the only good thing about Highlander II: The Quickening, its rocking end credits song “One Dream”.
Bohemian Rhapsody took the top spot the box office with the second highest opening ever for a musical biopic while The Nutcracker and Nobody’s Fool came in on the low end of expectations.
November kicks off with a biopic about Freddie Mercury and Queen, the latest from Tyler Perry and Disney’s take on The Nutcracker.
Mr. Robot’s Rami Malek steps into the spotlight as Freddie Mercury, the legendary lead singer of Queen, in the upcoming biopic that will follow the band from their forming in the 70’s to the legendary 1985 Live Aid performance.
Edgar Wright is finally back after closing out the Cornetto Trilogy with the musically charged crime/heist movie Baby Driver, where Ansel Elgort plays getaway driver Baby who uses music to both drown out his tinnitus and drive with pinpoint accuracy.
The soundtrack for Super Mario Bros: The Movie is almost as bizarre as the actual movie itself, featuring songs from the likes of Megadeth to Roxette to Queen to Marky Mark.
Perhaps the greatest theme song ever, Flash’s Theme should be on the top of your list for what you would want your personal theme music to be and you can check out the official music video right here.
This week we take a look at the soundtrack for the other 80’s classic about fighter jet pilots, Iron Eagle which features not only a music video featuring co-star Lou Gossett Jr but the soundtrack is also a crucial plot point in the movie.
This week in Musical Montage, we highlight the awesome music video for Queen’s “Princes of the Universe” from the Highlander soundtrack, where Freddy Mercury actually battles the Highlander himself, Christopher Lambert.
Check out the 1986 action classic right here, thanks to Hulu. “There can be only one!”