Opening Credits: Muevete Muevete (Ola Ola) by Kat DeLuna
Waking Up: Bad Romance by Halestorm
First Day Of School: River by Bishop Briggs
Falling In Love: Revolution by Namie Amuro & Crystal Kay
Fight Song: Demons by Icon For Hire
Breaking Up: Too Many Faces by Cherri Bomb
Prom Night: All The Things She Said by t.A.T.u.
Moving Out: Scream by Halestorm
Life: Set It On Fire by Leighton Meester
Mental Breakdown: Dark Horse (Instrumental) by Katy Perry
Driving: No Diggity by Blackstreet ft. Dr. Dre
Flashback: Demons by Sleigh Bells
Getting Back Together: Lone Digger by Caravan Palace
Wedding: Gravel To Tempo by Hayley Kiyoko
Birth Of A Child: Chitty Chitty Bang Bang by Hyori Lee
Final Battle: Hexes by Bassnectar ft. Chino Moreno
Funeral Song: Liquid Lunch by Caro Emerald
End Credits: Hit and Run by LOLO
++ Wonder Girls are officially disbanding, and this makes me incredibly sad. First it was 4Minute, then 2NE1, and now the Wonder Girls. These were the quintessential Kpop girl groups that all debuted in the mid-2000s. Wonder Girls underwent a lot throughout the years, and had just make their comeback last year after a prolonged hiatus. And now they're no more. I was hoping that the recent news of breaking away for JYP Entertainment would have them looking to another company to be signed under, but nope. While I know the girls will be doing things individually, I was really looking forward to seeing what else they could do as a group, since their comeback was so good. Some of their most iconic songs over the years include: "Irony", "Tell Me", "So Hot", "Nobody" (the single they performed while touring with the Jonas Brothers in the U.S.), and their 2016 comeback single, "I Feel You". Thank you, Wonder Girls, for everything, wishing you all the best and may your futures be bright and successful. ♥
++ I'll be honest, I'm not really that attached to the X-Men franchise, however with Logan, just based off the trailers alone, especially the latest one that was released, I'm actually looking forward to seeing what it may bring. Perhaps it's due to the fact that it looks absolutely nothing like the previous X-Men films, less with the blockbuster flash and more emotionally raw and character driven, which seems to be exactly what fans have been wanting for years in regards to a Logan/Wolverine story on the big screen. Considering this is Hugh Jackman's final appearance in the franchise, this is the perfect sendoff for him and his character. Furthermore, just the concept of this film pushes all my buttons: there's the found family aspect with the bonding between Logan and this little girl, along with a redemption arc for his character, and just, ugh, yes. I have such a weakness for those kinds of stories. The fact that this slightly resembles The Last Of Us doesn't help, either (and it might be the closest thing we'll get seeing TLOU live action movie for a while, so I'll take what I can get). If nothing else, I'll be going into this movie for that alone. Plus, the little girl (X-23) being a badass? Sign me the fuck up, please.
++ We finally have the official title for the next Star Wars installment: Star Wars: The Last Jedi. Let all the speculations of what that means begin! I'll just be waiting until December, or at least until we get the first official teaser trailer.