When the very first trailer for Fox’s Logan dropped last year, it was the ad’s careful use of Johnny Cash’s haunting “Hurt” that suggested the movie would have an emotional weight and depth to it unlike any other X-Men flick. The song was always perfect crystallization of the older Wolverine’s painful struggle, but in…
The choice to use Johnny Cash’s cover of “Hurt” for the Logan trailer certainly sent a message. This is going to be a very different superhero movie than what we’re used to. But what happens if you take that song, and the mournful mood it generates, and stretch it back into the previous films?
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Brains are funny things. Injure them or mess with them, and people change — they change personalities, they change languages, and sometimes, they change their opinions on the Man in Black, Johnny Cash.
Johnny Cash gives James Bond a new sort of soul with "Thunderball," the theme song for the eponymous spy flick. This is the harpoon-laced opening sequence to the 1965 adaptation, with the lyrics of the song describing the film's story.
Some of these fake, Photoshopped Instagrams of dead rock stars—created by Brazilian designer Butcher Billy—are really good. My favorite are these two, Cash and Mercury, but there are more.