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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7. "Paint It, Black" by The Rolling Stones

Let us pretend that our heroes, Deadpool and Wolverine, have hit a rough patch.

They're bruised, they're beaten, and things look grim. Cue "Paint It, Black" with its deep, moody vibes echoing around them. It's like the song grabs hold of the scene, wrapping everything in a cloak of shadows and sighs. There they are, in the middle of their darkest hour, and the haunting tunes of The Rolling Stones fill the air, making you feel every bit of their struggle. It's not just background music - it's like the song's part of the story, whispering secrets about what it means to feel lost.

As those melancholic notes play, you can't help but dive deep into what's eating at our heroes, sharing in their moments of doubt and darkness. It's as if "Paint It, Black" was made just for this, turning their tough times into something strangely beautiful.

8. "Eye of the Tiger" by Survivor

Nothing says "disaster-filled training montage" quite like "Eye of the Tiger."

Deadpool and Wolverine, our mismatched but utterly magnetic duo, gearing up for the ultimate showdown. Now, add "Eye of the Tiger" to the mix, and you've got yourself a montage that's impossible to resist. Imagine Wolverine trying to keep a straight face while Deadpool, well, does Deadpool things - like attempting push-ups while munching on a chimichanga just to somehow end up severing a limb or two.

There's something about that song, with its punchy beat and fight-to-the-top lyrics, that can make even the silliest of training sessions seem like the most epic moment in cinematic history. It's like, no matter how goofy our heroes get, "Eye of the Tiger" wraps a cloak of sheer coolness around them, turning every fail and oopsies into something out of a legend.

Trust me, it'd be the kind of scene that's so awesome and absurd, you can't help but cheer and chuckle at the same time.