Through a unique collaboration between Marvel Studios and Columbia Records, AC/DCs music will be featured in Marvel Studios 'IRON MAN 2,' the sequel to the 2008 blockbuster film. In addition, Columbia Records will release the album AC/DC: Iron Man 2 on Monday, April 19, 2010. AC/DC: Iron Man 2, features 15 classic AC/DC songs selected from ten of the bands studio albums, ranging from 1976 to 2008. The complete track listing can be found below.
The film opens internationally beginning on April 28, 2010 and in the U.S. the film is scheduled for release on May 7, 2010.
The debut video from AC/DC: Iron Man 2 is the AC/DCs classic album cut 'Shoot To Thrill,' which was filmed live last month in Buenos Aires during the bands highly acclaimed Black Ice World Tour, the second highest grossing world tour of 2009 according to concert industry trade publication Pollstar. The video also incorporates exclusive footage from 'IRON MAN 2' and debuts today worldwide. Check www.acdc.com and www.marvel.com for more information. 'Shoot To Thrill' was originally recorded for the bands 50-million selling album Back In Black, one of the best selling albums of all time.
Jon Favreau returns to direct 'IRON MAN 2,' with Robert Downey Jr. reprising his starring role as the larger-than-life leading character, along with Gwyneth Paltrow, Don Cheadle, Scarlett Johansson, Sam Rockwell, Mickey Rourke and Samuel L. Jackson.
Based on Marvels iconic Super Hero, 'IRON MAN 2' continues the story of 2008s box office smash hit 'IRON MAN,' which grossed nearly $600 million worldwide, and was the first feature film produced independently by Marvel Studios. 'IRON MAN 2' is being produced by Marvel Studios President, Kevin Feige.
AC/DC: Iron Man 2 Track Listing:
1.Shoot to Thrill
2.Rock 'N Roll Damnation
3.Guns for Hire
4.Cold Hearted Man
5.Back in Black
7.If You Want Blood (Youve Got It)
10.Hell Aint a Bad Place to Be
11.Have a Drink on Me
12.The Razors Edge
13.Let There Be Rock
15.Highway to Hell
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