legame wrote:2000: O Brother, Where Art Thou? - Man of Constant Sorrow
2001: Moulin Rouge - Lady Marmalade
2002: Austin Powers in Goldmember - Beyonce, Work it Out and Britney Spears/Pharrell, Boys; Spider-Man - Chad Kroeger, Hero; 8 Mile: Lose Yourself
2003: School of Rock - School of Rock (A reach, I know...); Lose Yourself also charted in 2003 as well.
2004: Spider-Man 2 - Dashboard Confessional, Vindicated
2005: Ray - Gold Digger (Featuring Jamie Foxx as Ray Charles? I'll allow it.)
eddysnake wrote:1986: Transformers: the movie - The Touch
pittsoccer33 wrote:i wonder if it has more to do with the music business or movie business.
titanic and armageddon were massive hits. buying the soundtrack and listening to those songs was like a way to continue enjoying the movie.
does the fact that most of the top performing movies every year are franchise films have something to do with it? there was no love ballad associated with Iron Man, The Dark Knight, Ghost Protocol, or Transformers Dark of the Moon. They kind of tried throwing a Goo Goo Dolls song into the first Transformers but I don't remember ever hearing it on the radio. Iron Man is full of AC DC songs.
or is it more because of the music business. those slow songs aren't really chart toppers anymore.
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