10 songs we want to hear in Deadpool and Wolverine

Let's look at ten tracks that would absolutely make sense to catch in the upcoming Deadpool & Wolverine movie.

Ryan Reynolds as Deadpool/Wade Wilson in Marvel Studios' DEADPOOL & WOLVERINE. Photo courtesy of Marvel Studios. © 2024 20th Century Studios / © and ™ 2024 MARVEL.
Ryan Reynolds as Deadpool/Wade Wilson in Marvel Studios' DEADPOOL & WOLVERINE. Photo courtesy of Marvel Studios. © 2024 20th Century Studios / © and ™ 2024 MARVEL. /
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1. "Welcome to the Jungle" by Guns N' Roses

Imagine the movie kicking off with an explosive, action-packed sequence. What better anthem than "Welcome to the Jungle" to underline the chaos, the raw energy, and the sheer thrill of the fight?

Deadpool and Wolverine, back-to-back like the ultimate buddy duo you never knew you needed until now, slicing, dicing, and shooting their way through a sea of baddies. It's like a dance, but with more punching and less rhythm. And then, as if this scene couldn't get any cooler, "Welcome to the Jungle" blasts through the speakers. Oh yeah, it's that kind of party. Guns N' Roses is fueling the fire, their guitars and Axl Rose's voice turning up the heat on an already sizzling scene. This is where we all realize that we're in for a wild ride, folks, and this song is our ticket in.

This song wouldn't just be an opener or a statement - it would be a promise of the wild ride ahead.

2. "Bad Guy" by Billie Eilish

Disclaimer that the sole fact that my daughters love Billie Eilish and this song in particular didn't inspire this addition at all (sarcasm detected).

Deadpool loves to straddle the line between hero and anti-hero, often leaning into his darker impulses with a wink and a smile. Billie Eilish's "Bad Guy" could underscore a scene where Deadpool's up to his usual shenanigans - maybe he's plotting a particularly unheroic way to solve a problem, maybe he's just trying to annoy the ever-living sh*t out of Wolverine. They're both very realistic possibilities.

The song's pulsing beat and playful menace would mirror Deadpool's complex morality and cheeky defiance and make us all dance and bob our heads to it in the meantime.